Because of the rising cost of water purchased from the supplier, coupled with the increased costs associated with storing and distributing water to residences and businesses, the rates for these services will be readjusted over the next three years.
For many years I judged and made an assumption. I admit it, I did it. When I open a book and there’s a detailed map either in the inside cover or the center I close that book right back and move on. I assume that the book is going to be so complicated that I will need a map to keep track of the story.
You can probably tell by the title where I’m going with this. It’s been difficult in this past couple of weeks to turn on any broadcast, whether TV or radio, and not hear something about the protest by NFL players against our flag, country and/or the National Anthem.
“And you were dead in your trespasses and sins…” Ephesians 2:11. I don’t think there’s ever been a time in history when people have been as fearful, anxious, and uncertain about the state of the world as they are today.
I'm a Texan, born and raised. Tex-Mex food has been a staple of my diet for 42 years, so you can imagine my excitement when Salsa Tex Mex Restaurant opened just a half mile from my office and less than six miles from my home.
Prosper High School’s Eagle Nation News is among the 15 finalists for the prestigious Pacemaker Award for scholastic broadcasting from the National Scholastic Press Association. Five of the 15 are in Texas and four of those are close to Prosper.
Prosper Golf started the year on Friday with the varsity girls traveling to Harbor Lakes Golf Club in Granbury. The team is made up of returning players seniors Cassidy McAlpine, Caroline Weatherly, Carlee Tinsley, sophomore Emily Nystrom and freshman Haili Moore. The girls finished eighth in a tough field.