The Cooper City Council is expected to review curfew hours. The council changed the times and ages at the last regular meeting, taking the recommendation of sheriff’s office.
The Office of the Inspector General plans to do a full examination of why the Enloe State Bank in Delta County failed, citing a high asset loss rate of $27.6 million, or 75 percent, as a reason to continue.
The last day for Texans to register to vote in the Nov. 5 election on a wide range of constitutional amendments is Oct. 7.
Thanks to rising market values, most if not all Delta County residents will see higher than expected tax bills in the mail.
Cooper held its own NETFest Saturday, hosting a string of bands in the city’s downtown.
Cooper’s downtown square will echo with music Saturday for the NETFest 2019.
At Monday’s meeting, the Cooper city council approved a tax rate that was lower than last year’s, but because of rising property values, higher than the effective tax rate.
The Cooper City Council is poised to decide on increasing property taxes 7.608757% when it convenes Monday evening. They are expected to vote on the upcoming budget as well.
With a park ranger as a tour guide, Cooper State Park will host a guide to underwater creatures Saturday, called "Dragons and Damsels."
“We went in for the root beer floats and came right back in for the ice cream tastings,” Sharon Hooten said.
COOPER — Despite Gerardo Fuerte’s efforts, City Council ultimately denied his appeal for bringing his mobile home to town.
Paris council to hear another view of Marvin Nichols Reservoir
Here's a look at work planned in Delta, Lamar and Red River counties this week:
Jim Chapman Lake visitors on Saturday will have a sight to behold as the Delta County Chamber of Commerce hosts its first-ever boat parade.
The ease and improved productivity of rotational grazing will be the focus of a Pasture Field Day on Friday.
Census estimates for Paris in 2018 show the city is losing residents this decade. Lamar County’s second largest city, Reno, on the other hand, experienced modest population growth.
Cooper officials have agreed to move forward with changing a portion of McKinney Avenue to a one-way street.
The April 8 death of a young local businessman has officially been ruled an accident
The Cooper City Council will discuss and possibly vote on making West McKinney Avenue a one-way street. The board meets at 5 p.m. Monday at Cooper City Hall.
In a move expected to cost the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. $27 million, regulators on Friday closed Enloe State Bank, citing its failure.
Feeling “suffocated” politically as their home California county tilted to the left, Dennis and Shari London sought and found a breath of fresh Republican air in Texas.
COOPER — A Saturday evening blaze at the Enloe State Bank in Cooper is now under investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Texas State Fire Marshal’s Office, said the latter agency’s Lt. Brian Fine.
Monday night’s meeting was a win for Patrick Williams and his family when the Cooper city council amended a 1970s city ordinance to allow for certain manufactured homes.
On Saturday, several communities in Lamar County will let their voices be heard at the ballot box.
Early voting in six area districts wrapped up Tuesday, and election officials in each are turning their attention to Saturday voting. Elections are taking place in Paris, Honey Grove and Detroit, as well as in Roxton, Chisum, Cooper and North Lamar school districts.
Cooper ISD has three open at-large trustee positions for the May 4 election and five candidates applying.
County elections administrator Tricia Johnson said voters need to remember to bring their identification.
Early voting to check the ballot boxes starts Monday. While the majority of races in Lamar County are unopposed and the elections canceled, some contests have drawn contenders and/or need a resolution.
What exactly is the difference between a mobile and a manufactured home? Debate on the answer made up the bulk of Cooper’s latest City Council meeting. Ultimately, the decision was made to change a longstanding city law.