The Times-Tribune has expanded coverage to include the greater Collinsville area and as part of their commitment to our community, they will donate $5 from new subscriptions to KAHOKstrong.
Herald Publications, the new owner of the former Troy, Illinois newspaper, is transitioning the publication to be “Madison County’s Leading Independent Newspaper.” Part of their expansion includes local coverage of Collinsville and surrounding communities.
“The Times-Tribune is growing and will now be covering Collinsville news and events! We recently added a reporter who will be covering city council and school board meetings, plus other local community news of interest. We welcome your feedback and invite you to subscribe. Help us grow to become the strong, community-focused newspaper the area deserves!”
CUSD #10 school news and Kahok sports will be regularly featured content. To help promote awareness of expanded Collinsville community coverage, $5 from each new subscription will be donated to KAHOKstrong. Simply use the coupon from this special subscription flyer or the promo code KAHOKstrong when you subscribe online.
The Times-Tribune publishes weekly on Thursdays. Printed newspapers are mailed to subscribers homes. There is an online electronic version, too. Copies can also be purchased at these Collinsville businesses: Phillips 66 Station at 2233 Vandalia, Casey’s General Store at 217 N. Bluff Rd. and Walgreens at 1190 Collinsville Crossing Blvd. There are news boxes at Collinsville Mini-Mart and Gas on Main Street and at the Circle K at 7900 N. Illinois St.
For more info, see the Times-Tribune website, or call 618-667-3111.