Prosper cops get adopted at reception

Joyce Godwin | Joyce@CedarbrookMedia.com More than 75 people gathered for the first Adopt-A-Cop reception Saturday at Honeylu’s Coffee Shop in Prosper. Organized by the leadership team at Heart Fellowship of Prosper, Senior Pastor Cedric White says it is an opportunity to minister outside the church walls and bring the community together. The registration drive was deemed
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Prosper Police Chief Doug Kowalski was recently awarded the 2017 Teacher of the Year award by the Caruth Police Institute, a division of the University of North Texas. The award was presented by Kevin Smith, senior academic program manager of CPI. Kowalski’s award recognizes his support, leadership, and significant contributions to CPI and public safety
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The whole world seems to be in love with container plants. So much so that some gardeners can’t control themselves. Their whole gardens have gone to pot. Texans have embraced container plants since the earliest Spanish settlers first introduced the concept. After all, they make great mobile horticultural displays. They provide added architectural interests in
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-Gemma She’s a girl who knows her mind, considered her answers to my questions, is excited for her upcoming trip to see her grandma, and loves to read. How old are you? 7 and a half. What grade are you going into? Second What do you like about school? I like reading and writing. What
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Jim Lugar | Special to The Prosper Times I have a friend who is an atheist. When we first met he was organizing and leading a weekly meeting of atheists at a local pub. One day he invited my wife and me to come to his atheist group for a “Meet the Pastor” night. It
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Renee Marler | Renee@CedarbrookMedia.com Last summer, Cockrell Elementary 4th grader Addison Pegg watched eagerly as her favorite gymnasts, Simone Biles and Madison Kocian, represented the United States in the 2016 Olympic Games. Addison, 9, is currently a Level 3, Division 2 gymnast at Prosper Athletics where she trains over 20 hours per week. “They are hard
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Renee Marler | Renee@CedarbrookMedia.com   2017 Prosper graduate, Easton Murrell, takes nothing for granted, including being selected to play shortstop for the North team in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association 5A/6A All-Star Game. Murrell, who is signed to play baseball for University of Arkansas in the fall, played the last of his high school
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Joyce Godwin | Joyce@CedarbrookMedia.com –   Scheduled for completion September 1, the Gates of Prosper is beginning to show glimpses of the finished product. Anyone driving close to the intersection at Preston Road and U.S. Highway 380 can get a view of the ever-changing landscape from the rising store walls to the planting of hundreds of trees
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Leslie Scott | Prosper Times contributor – As I was lost in the abyss of Amazon shopping this weekend, I was struck by some items that I’m seeing a lot of and wondered why in the world they are just now popular. For instance, pool floats. The latest trend in pool floats are every day, but
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Ecclesiastes 3:1 “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” Have you ever gotten so busy in life that you just don’t notice the tiny things around you? You rush around from place to place at such a pace that the details of life pass by you in
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