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Greater Saint Louis Honor Flight, Inc. (GSLHF), a non-profit group of volunteers who transport America’s veterans to Washington, D. C. memorials that honor their sacrifices, received a $10,000 boost this week. Funds donated through the “Sharing Success” grant program by Cuivre River Electric Cooperative of Troy, Mo. and financial partner CoBank of Denver, Co., nearly covered the costs for 23 local veterans who took the Honor Flight this week. America’s
A fire Nov. 17 destroyed the suites of three businesses and heavily damaged a fourth in a business complex off Professional Parkway in Troy. A firewall and the efforts of several fire districts prevented even more extensive damage to the remaining businesses in the center. Heavy winds also created more dangerous situations for the firefighters and eventually led to the temporary closing of Highway 61. Winds carried embers across the
Verizon Wireless held their ribbon cutting on Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. 105.7 The Point had a booth set up with prizes along with plenty of snacks for everyone who came into the store. The store officially opened in late September. Pictured above is Kerry Kulmp Troy Chamber of Commerce, Corinne Killion Verizon Wireless, Ashley Mangone Verizon Wireless, Traci Cumpton Missouri Regional Manager of The Cellular Connection, Dillon Anstine Store
Prudential Select Properties welcomes Kevin Jayne to their office. Kevin Jayne, former owner of Lighthouse Real Estate and Property Development, has joined the Prudential Select Properties’ Troy office. You can reach Kevin at: 636-462-8924 Office, 636-295-6897 cell, Kevin@psphomes.com email or visit his website at www.SelectKevinJayne.com. Prudential Select Properties is the #1 Real Estate Company in Lincoln County.
Charlotte’s Flowers and Gifts, located at 201 E. Wood St. Troy, is celebrating their 10 year anniversary under Brenda Linton’s ownership. For the past 10 years Charlotte’s Flowers and Gifts has been a staple in the community, providing affordable and beautiful flower arrangements that bring smiles to all customer’s faces. Charlotte’s Flowers has expanded their business with a wide variety of concrete memorial and sympathy stones, and now delivers to
Jim Trenary Chevrolet of Troy is celebrating 13 years in business. They are the number one dealer in Lincoln County. Their look may have changed over the years but their quality, honest, and friendly service has stayed the same. They continue to support the community and have donated to and sponsored several organizations and clubs such as the Lincoln County R-III Education Foundation, Tigers Youth Baseball Team, Chevy Youth Baseball,
Carol and Steve were a typical couple. Their dream had always been to live their lives the best they could, to work hard, to be kind to one another, and to try to save for their future the best they knew how. While life was very challenging at times they tried to think positively and grow from their experiences. They respected their parents and believed that they always had the