Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller reports that the Cooper ISD board recently received a favorable report on state testing of Cooper High School students. Also, a new pictorial history of Cooper and Delta County, "Between the Sulphurs," is now available.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller says the city has torn down four abandoned, dilapidated houses and plans to tear down at least four more. Cindy also discusses a project to restore the history of Cooper High School and the Delta County candidates in Tuesday's election.
Five years and still a very popular annual event – the Sulphur Springs Worldwide Photo Walk, which will be held from 4-6 p.m. or the “golden hours” on Saturday evening, Oct. 11 at the newly renovated City Hall in Sulphur Springs.
Commemorating the event’s fifth year, a tour given by City Manager Marc Maxwell will be the highlight and a prime location with 100 years worth historical aspects for participating shutterbugs. An added bonus with many subjects will be the Hopkins County Fall Festival Battle of the Bands being held at Muddy Jake’s Sports Grille and Pub.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller says, after some legal complications that caused a delay, an election to determine whether the off-premise sale of beer and wine will be allowed in Delta County is now expected to be held in May 2015.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller discusses the new slaughtering plant that will apparently be coming to Cooper, providing 15-20 jobs. Cindy also discusses plans for a new program at Cooper Elementary School that will provide free breakfast and lunch for all children at the school.
The editor of the Cooper Review, Cindy Roller, discusses the damage to downtown Cooper from Wednesday evening's storm. Ironically, Delta County has recently purchased warning sirens for several communities in the county.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller says youth from Cooper churches are helping demolish abandoned buildings and painting playground equipment in the park. And the Delta County Commissioners Court has approved changes to the Meal-A-Day program for elderly citizens after receiving complaints. Plus, Cooper High School has a new principal, and the Delta County Sherriff's Office has received a surplus military Humvee.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller discusses the runoff election Tuesday, May 27, between incumbent Delta County Judge Herb Brookshire and Jason Murray. Also on the ballot Tuesday in Delta County and most other counties in the KETR listening area are the runoff elections between U.S.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller says Delta County Judge Herb Brookshire has announced some new grants, and Delta County volunteer fire departments, suffering from funding cuts, will be seeking contributions on May 16.
The editor of the Cooper Review, Cindy Roller, says law enforcement agencies are investigating a series of cattle thefts in Delta and Hopkins Counties. Cindy also says the water level in Cooper Lake remains very low.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller says the Federal Emergency Management Agency turned down Delta County's request for emergency assistance following the December ice storm. Damage in Delta County from the storm is estimated at $2 million.