Tomorrow is the last day to buy a “Pink Out” shirt in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month from the Cooper High School varsity cheer squad. The $15 shirts will be worn at Cooper’s Oct. 22 football game and all proceeds will be donated to a breast cancer charity.
Good morning, Red River Valley! As remnants of Tropical Storm Beta continue to move further away from the region, we should see the winds from the north shift to come from the south today.
This Saturday is National Hunting and Fishing Day, and Texas hunters/anglers are encouraged to invite others to join them in outdoor adventures.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Patchy drizzle is expected to continue throughout the region this morning as the remainder of Tropical Storm Beta's moisture remains trapped in the atmosphere.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Moisture from Tropical Storm Beta continues to flow into the region, and that will mean continued rain chances for us.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Isolated to scattered light showers are expected through mid-morning before more widespread showers later in the day and into tonight.
Covid-19 infections continue at some Red River Valley schools while others remain free of the novel coronavirus.
Good morning, Red River Valley! The forecast is calling for days of sunshiny weather as deep northeasterly flow prevails, bringing drier and cooler air into the area over the next 24 to 36 hours.
Good morning, Red River Valley! A beautifully sunny and cooler weekend is in store before rain chances return in the early part of the work week.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Drier air is expected to filter across the Red River today, and that will all but erase rain chances for Friday.
City officials opted for the effective tax rate, which, given rising property values, considerably lowered the rate to $0.871290 per $100 valuation.
Cooper ISD sophomore Journi Ingram took grand champion for her polled Hereford Cadi on Saturday in Texarkana’s Four States Fair.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Winds and temps should remain pretty much the same through Thursday as the region resides well west of Sally and on the north side of a stationary front off the Texas and Louisiana coasts.
Departments around the state have a harder time each year finding volunteers who want to spend their free time fighting fires and assisting the department, Cooper Volunteer Fire Dept. Assistant Chief Tanner Crutcher said.
Good morning, Red River Valley! With a stalled front to our south and a hurricane to our southeast, the Red River Valley will continue to enjoy cooler, drier winds from the north northeast today.
The Texas Department of State Health Services said it will now rely on a calculation that takes into account the date on which a coronavirus test was administered, rather than when it was reported.
Good morning, Red River Valley! An intrusion of moisture over the region not only means more clouds in the sky than originally anticipated, but also the chance for afternoon showers.
COOPER — The Cooper City Council will hold a public hearing for the tax rate and vote for the budget and tax rate at Monday evening’s meeting.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Near seasonal temperatures will make their return for the weekend as we see highs in the mid- to upper 80 despite cooler, drier north northwest breezes.
As of Thursday, every district in the region, with the exception of Clarksville and Detroit, has at least one staff member or student out with the novel coronavirus. As of press time, it was not clear whether Rivercrest had reported a confirmed case.
Good morning, Red River Valley! There are a couple of areas of showers this morning, and showers will remain likely before 1 p.m.