Reasons to fly
Several Sound Off callers asked "Why fly it?" in reference to the display of the Confederate battle flag. Fly it if you are a racist; fly it if you're a white supremacist; fly it if you celebrate the idea of keeping other humans in slavery
TROY - Excitement didn't begin to describe the unbridled enthusiasm that a clapping, cheering audience had for Meghan Trainor at her concert Wednesday night at the Troy Fair.
After being warmed up by opening acts Life of Dillon and Charlie Puth - who got
TROY - Country singer Lindsey Erin was greeted by one of her fans between shows Wednesday at the Troy Fair.
Jeff Savino of Wellsboro complimented Erin on her performance at the fair, and was hoping to catch some more of her shows.
"She's very good," he s
TROY - "Mania" is synonymous with words like obsession, craving and compulsion.
And on Wednesday at the Troy Fair, people certainly showed their cravings and obsessions - for milk.
They had the mania - the "Milk Mania."
Milk and dairy products is what th
TROY - The judges had a tough choice at Wool Day Wednesday at the Troy Fair.
"This is the closest that I've ever seen," said judge Sharon Gombas of the competition in the Sheep to Shawl contest. "This is really, really tough."
She said both of the shawls
TROY - Most people eat candy bars by simply opening the wrapper and taking a bite.
But a vendor at the Troy Fair has found a new way to enjoy Snickers, Three Musketeers, and Milky Way bars, not to mention Reese's Cups.
John the Greek's take on these trea
SAYRE - It all amounts to this: becoming a school district superintendent.
That's Dr. Sherry Griggs' mindset at this moment in her life.
After years of working various jobs in the education sphere, Griggs has reached her "capstone" achievement by taking
Big things often start small, and the Troy Fair is no exception.
It got its start many, many years ago, when a group of farmers known as the Farmers' Club met and discussed ways to promote Troy's agricultural interests, such as making butter, of which T