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Terrance Jerome Parker of Cooper was arrested not once but twice for local robberies that began at the beginning of August.

“We are again experiencing a rash of thefts in Delta County, at least three thefts and/or burglaries have occurred over the last two weeks. Property owners should remain alert, lock up when possible and report any suspicious activity,” said Delta County Sheriff Ricky Smith, “The Sheriff’s Office will continue to focus on these thefts and burglaries. The investigation into one more of these thefts is progressing very well, we have a suspect and we are finalizing our investigation and at least one person will most probably be arrested.”

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Last Wednesday the Delta County Sheriff’s office ended the sticky fingers of Jonathan Adamski, who had stolen jewelry and prescription medication valuing approximately $3,500.

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Daniel Bulin claimed to be held up at gun point by two masked black males and that his 2007 Dodge truck stolen between Cooper and Klondike on Farm-to-Market 1528 on Monday, July 21.

While the Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported Delta County as having the lowest national weekly wage average at $378. Statistically, this has created confusion among the population.

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True dedication to one community is serving it for 127 years. That is exactly what Henslee Hardware has done. It began in 1887 from meager start under a tent by owner John Franklin Henslee with a $500 inventory with everything from whiskey and nuts and bolts to caskets, farm implements and dynamite.

The iconic red building store has remained a staple at 21 North Side of the Square in Cooper.

Cindy Roller

Not only does The Hope House in Cooper give its clients hope – and nourishment – but now with a new location and new name, “Delta Hope House” it can truly serve the public to its capacity.

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For so many that have had the honor of stepping across the threshold of The McKinney Home back into time, they will too become a piece of this dollhouse’s history. On Sunday, Dec. 8 the public is invited to an Open House to commemorate the 100th birthday of The McKinney Home, located on 250 SW First Street in Cooper.

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Social media exploded late Saturday night with reports of 'loud explosions'  and 'gun shots' being heard across the region.

At about 11:20 Saturday night, a large "boom" was heard in Commerce and nearby areas. With a secondary explosion 30 minutes later. Social media was buzzing with many people wondering what was going on, with some fearing potential meteors or even earthquakes.

After receiving many calls, Commerce Fire and Police Departments were unable to locate any damage, or fires of any sort.

The cause? Tannerite.

Cindy Roller

Emergency personnel and Delta County and Cooper volunteer fire fighters responded to a 5-alarm house fire at 350 SE Fourth Street in Cooper Thursday night.

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Wednesday morning’s drug sting in Delta County was more effective than expected, said Sheriff Ricky Smith.

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A man is hoping for a reduction in his bond, after a raid on a Campbell convenience store which was allegedly selling the illegal substance K2.

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KETR's Cindy Roller shares a few photos from a recent religious event in Cooper.

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Mayor Scotty Stegall tells The Cooper Review's Cindy Roller that Noble Pest will administer the product throughout the city beginning next Tuesday, Sept. 18 and do so again two weeks later on Oct. 2.

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COOPER - Recent rains have done little to help the region fend off increasingly dry conditions, prompting Delta and Fannin County Commissioners Monday to order a burn ban.

Summer resurfacing

Jun 12, 2012
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COOPER - As part of a $769,000 project, officials are performing resurfacing work in Cooper and later in Mount Vernon as part of a contract between TxDot and Richard Drake Construction.

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