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.
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.
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.
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.
Cooper’s city council looked at a budget not too different from last year’s. The city plans on using the effective tax rate, dropping the rate by $0.04632.
In the 100 years since women earned the right to vote, women across the country have sought — and won — elected positions. Come January, Delta County will make history with its first woman sheriff, Charla Singleton.
Mayor Darren Braddy told the council that by signing up for this, those who lived in Cooper would have low-cost, no-risk flood insurance available.
The Cooper City Council will discuss placing stop signs at the intersection of 11th Street NW and West Wilson Street at Monday night’s meeting via video chat on the Zoom application.
The Dairy Queen at 2151 FR 64 W in Cooper will host a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, in the parking lot on the Carter BloodCare bus.
“With currently low local case counts, as well as staff and parent input, Cooper ISD plans to begin school on Aug. 13,” Superintendent Denicia Hohenberger said. “We have two options for our students, according to parent choice: on-campus or remote learning..."
A Delta County dog owner warned in January about the care of his animals is again under scrutiny by animal activists who accuse him of inadequate care although local law enforcement say he’s abiding by the law.
The Cooper City Council will discuss insurance, no parking signs and using city property to bring in new development.
The North Texas Food Bank will take another swing through Delta County on July 7.
UPDATED W/ LOCAL STATEMENT: Abbott previously resisted calls for such an order and at one point banned local governments from requiring masks. First-time violators will be issued a warning, though repeat offenders could be fined up to $250.
The Lamar County Human Resources Council and Meals on Wheels is extending its temporary closure of four senior centers.
As a way to introduce himself to the community, new Principal Cody Gibson helped pass out popsicles at the school last week. Over 50 showed up, he said.
“We had a large attendance,” Cooper ISD FFA director Les Harris said. “There were well over 150 to 175 people in attendance.”
Cooper ISD students from grade two through 12 are invited to join weekly virtual book clubs as a way to stay engaged and help them retain reading skills.
The Delta County Harvest Festival is looking for food and merchandise vendors.
Anita Gail Moody, of Cooper, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud and arson today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Christine A. Nowak.