Delta County Emergency Coordinating Services is seeking personal protective equipment donations now before the county records its first confirmed case of Covid-19.
Leaders with the Delta County Chamber of Commerce and Greenville Chamber of Commerce are joining other regional chambers in asking people to light up their front porch for a Unite With Light campaign.
Gov. Greg Abbott has signed an executive order closing Texas schools through May 4 and ordering non-essential businesses to close during the coronavirus pandemic.
Superintendents at Detroit, Rivercrest and Cooper ISDs have extended school closures through May 1 and Hugo (Oklahoma) Public Schools are closed indefinitely as U.S. cases of coronavirus continue to climb.
The Delta County Fair, originally scheduled for April 18, is now postponed until further notice.
COOPER — Judge Jason Murray issued a disaster declaration for Delta County on Friday in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and Gov. Greg Abbott’s state of emergency announcement.
Cooper ISD schools will remain closed through at least April 3, Superintendent Denicia Hohenberger said.
COOPER — The City Council agreed to the demolition of a house on Kaufman Street at Monday night’s meeting.
The Cooper City Council will hold a public hearing to discuss demolition procedures for 831 E. Kaufman.
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More than one East Texas town is angling for a makeover made for TV.
A Delta County man is appealing his probation sentence saying the electronic recording of his trial was inadequate and is requesting a retrial.
Candidate filing is over, and now campaigning can start for nonpartisan elections in cities and school districts across Northeast Texas.
Candidates for the Delta County Pct. 1 commissioners position took their turns at the microphone at a forum in Cooper.
COOPER — Delta County residents crowded into the civic center Thursday night to hear from candidates on the March 2020 Republican primary ticket.
The window to sign up for May nonpartisan elections is closing.
COOPER — City Council agreed to begin formal proceedings to have the house owned by Trey Oats removed from city property at Monday night’s meeting.
The Cooper City Council will go into executive session Monday evening to discuss the home of Trey Oats on city property.
“The HGTV Hometown Takeover competition is perfect for Cooper,” former Cooper resident Larry Goddard said. “We have such admired and appreciated architecture, wonderful buildings with many stories.”
With the March primary election coming up, the deadline to register to vote is 5 p.m. today.
Now believed to be a hoax, Smith said a student received a Snapchat video that said “making a bomb. I’m going to get the people that have been making fun of me.”