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Cindy Roller, the editor of the Cooper Review, says major repair work on State Highway 19, which runs between Sulphur Springs and Paris, is underway and is expected to be complete by Monday, September 26.  The reconstruction of State Highway 24, which runs through Cooper from Commerce to Paris, is expected to take another year to finish, scheduled for completion in fall 2017.  The first Cotton Harvest Festival in Cooper is scheduled fo

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Cindy Roller, editor of the Cooper Review, says Miller's Drugs, doing business in Cooper since 1923, has closed.  She says the Flower Patch, a florist shop, will continue to operate in the store in a few weeks.  Cindy also says Paris Junior College is asking Delta County citizens to vote to allow the county to be added to PJC's taxing district.  Hunt, Hopkins and Red River County would a

My friends at KETR brightened my day and my stay in the hospital with beautiful floral arrangement.
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Time. This has an entirely new meaning for this red headed newspaper editor/radio reporter who has never missed a deadline or a beat. Thankfully I am home recovering, recuperating and trying to get back to a new “normal.”

A new deadline has been established. When you are forced to stare an illness in the face you realize how important time and life is. I found my fight song against congestive heart failure and am hoping I have “more fight in me.”

The Cooper ISD recently received a 1921 scrapbook kept by a Cooper High School student, Faye Kenyon.  The book was discovered in a box of other items by a man in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and was returned to Cooper.  Cooper ISD superintendent Denicia Hohenberger and Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller discuss the historic book on the "Blacklands Cafe."

Review’s Roller Earns Set of TPA Honors

Jul 29, 2016
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The publication, Cooper Review, has once again been honored by the Texas Press Association with awards in the 2016 Texas Better Newspaper Contest from 91 other weekly newspapers. This year’s contest was judged by the Oklahoma Press Association in an exchange arrangement for contest judging.

Sulphur Springs community development staff members Shane Shepard and Sarah Dicus relate the planning and redevelopment of the city's downtown, now known as the "Celebration District."  Shane says the downtown has been redesigned for pedestrians, rather than cars.  Sarah says the city is hoping to attract young people to the Celebration District.  Cindy Roller, editor of the Cooper Review, also is heard on this program.

Cindy Roller, editor of the Cooper Review, says the annual Cooper rodeo parade takes place at 7 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, June 28) and the Delta Roping Club rodeo is scheduled for Thurslday-Saturday, June 30-July 2, with fireworks after the rodeo Saturday night.  Because of the success of the new PPF Cotton Gin and Warehouse north of Cooper, the Delta County Chamber of Commerce is planning a Cotton Harvest Festival for Saturday, October 8.

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Cooper Mayor Scott Stegall discusses the requirements for a $350,000 Texas Department of Agriculture grant the city may seek.  The grant is for some sort of new development, and the city is welcoming ideas for what that might be.  The city would have to match 5 percent of the grant, or about $17,500.  And Diane Stegall, the chairman of the Delta County Economic Development Corporation, says the organization is going forward with plans for a new mural in downtown Cooper telling the story

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Cindy Roller of the Cooper Review and Kathy Houchins, president of the Delta County Chamber of Commerce, discuss plans for the Delta County Fair, which takes place Saturday in the City Park in Cooper.  The fair features live music Saturday evening in the park starting at 5 p.m. with the Wide Open Band and the Monte Tipps Band.

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Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller says Cooper has several new food-oriented businesses, including Good Donuts, G Ma's Pie Shop, Grandma's Kitchen and the Gourmet Cupboard.  Cooper will have a doctor in practice 2-3 days a week, Dr.

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The editor of the Cooper Review, Cindy Roller, says the Delta County Commissioners Court has set rules barring the "open carry" and concealed carry of guns in most offices of the Delta County Courthouse.  Cindy also discusses the new Delta County "Shop Local" cards, being sold by Future Farmers of American members, and offering discounts at many Cooper and Delta County shops.  The Doctor's Creek Unit of Cooper Lake State Park recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, and Texas Parks and Wildlife shared a

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Cindy Roller, the editor of the Cooper Review, says the Saturday, May 7 elections are set in Delta County, with contested elections for constable, and Precinct 1 and 3 county commissioner.  Otherwise, Cindy reports the annual Delta County Chamber of Commerce banquet is scheduled for Saturday evening, January 16

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A recent ribbon cutting brought Fatboy's Barbecue of Cooper into the Delta County Chamber of Commerce.  But Fat Boys had already received a considerable measure of statewide fame by its recent inclusion among the best comfort-food restaurants in Texas, according to Texas Highways magazine.  Cheryl Cash, the president of the Delta County Chamber of Commerce, and Cooper Review editor C

Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller discusses the grand opening celebration of the PPF Cotton Gin and warehouse, Thursday afternoon north of Cooper on Highway 24.  Also, special guest Cooper ISD superintendent Denicia Hohenberger says the Cooper schools met all of the Texas Education Agency academic standards in the latest testing, and also received a perfect score in the state's Financial Integrity Rating System.  Finally, the annual Chiggerfest celebration in Cooper will be

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