60 Years Ago
April 12, 1957
Miss Mary Agnes Mitchell was elected president of the Troy Business and Professional (BPW) Women’s Club.
Hawk Point- Township elections were held. The following men will serve during the coming year: Allie Allen, Walter Crouch, Joe Tomek, A. L. Todd and Hurd See.
Miss Phyllis McCoy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCoy, has been selected to attend the Sophomore Pilgrimage in Jefferson City.
Troy Marble and Granite Co., has been awarded the contract to erect a red granite memorial in memory of all those who died in the nursing home fire in Warrenton Feb. 17. The memorial will be placed in the Warrenton City Cemetery.
50 Years Ago
April 14, 1967
Three Troy girls were selected to attend Missouri Girls State this summer. They include Wilma Summers, Joan Bobeen and Janet Kunza.
Old Monroe- Petty Officer Ronald Edinger recently returned from service in Da Nang, Vietnam.
40 Years Ago
April 13, 1977
The daughters of William G. and Erma Parke White. donated 800 acres to the Missouri Department of Conservation. It is located north of Troy and near the Logan Wildlife Area near Whiteside. The daughters include Mrs. John McCune and Mrs. John Creech and their respective husbands.
The road project on Highway 61 is approximately one-half completed . When finished, there will be four-lane dual highways from where is currently ends to near its intersection with Route E. A service road is also being added.
Lori Miller, a student at St. Alphonsus School, placed third in a spelling bee sponsored by the St. Louis Globe-Democrat located in st. Louis.
Gay Reed is the new president of the Community Teachers Association in the R-III School District.
30 Years Ago
Those volumes have not been located.
20 Years Ago
April 9, 1997
Jim Zuroweste and Mark Harvey, recently elected as aldermen in Troy, were sworn into office by City Clerk Bettie Crist.
10 Years Ago
April 11, 2007
The Lincoln County R-III School District is embarking on the newest addition with the help of Semke Grading of St. Charles County.
Semke is working on site preparation for the new Ninth Grade Center located at Moscow MIlls. The grading included work of 59 acres. Construction is set later in June.