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Triad student brings home gold in Jiu-Jitsu National Championships

November 28, 2023

by Stephanie Malench ST. JACOB — Triad High School Senior Alex Milam of St. Jacob not only brought home the gold for the National Championships of the Compnet Global Jiu-Jitsu League in his first year of competition, but finished #1 out of nearly 1,000 white belt athletes from around the world. Milam is one of…

Troy City Council approves sewer project bid

November 27, 2023

By Josh Jones Times Tribune Editor TROY — The Troy City Council approved a bid regarding a sewer replacement project spanning from Wickliffe Street to Collinsville Road during its regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 20. According to information provided by Troy City Administrator Jay Keeven, the low and only bidder for the project was…

Troy PD accepting donations for Shop with a Cop

November 27, 2023

by Josh Jones Times Tribune Editor TROY — While it is important to recognize the work of our local law enforcement and first responders, the Troy Police Department also recognizes the power of giving and what that means to children in need. The Troy Police Department is currently accepting donations for its annual Shop…

Wreaths to be laid in Glen Carbon

November 24, 2023

by Randy Pierce GLEN CARBON — Nix/Judy Pioneer Cemetery in Glen Carbon will be one of many locations throughout the nation which will be part of the Wreathes Across America program to pay tribute to deceased United States military service veterans on Saturday, Dec. 16. Beginning with a ceremony at 11 a.m., members of Caseyville…

Local Students Visit State Legislature

November 24, 2023

by Randy Pierce GLEN CARBON — For the purpose of showing their support of a program that directly affects them, a group of students, accompanied by family members and staff from Father McGivney Catholic High School in Glen Carbon, recently visited the state legislature in Springfield. Advocating the extension of the “Invest in Kids Act,”…

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