Voters in Prosper to cast ballots in June 16 runoff

Voters in Prosper have some unfinished business at the ballot box as a runoff is scheduled to fill a seat on the Town Council. Eligible citizens will be asked to vote for either Craig Andres or Chris Kern to occupy Place 2 on the Town Council. The incumbent, Kenneth Dugger, opted not to run for
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As the school year winds down, the Prosper High School Baseball Team is winding up! Last night, May 24th the Eagles and their fans were victorious over the much-anticipated fight with the Cleburne Yellowjackets. It was packed seating at the Eagle’s Nest with both the Yellowjackets and the Eagle’s fans ready to take the win.
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Maximum Impact Physical Therapy celebrated their Grand Opening with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Tuesday, May 22nd. The new office and therapeutic facility is at 2450 East Prosper Trail, Suite #10 in Prosper. The therapists at Maximum Impact Physical Therapy are highly trained, specializing in the one-on-one attention their clients deserve. The goal of each therapist is to examine
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As the school year comes to an end, the 2018 Senior class lives out their last week of high school with celebratory traditions during senior week. On Tuesday, May 22nd, the Seniors made their way over to Eagle Stadium for a fierce competition with the Juniors for the annual PowderPuff game. In traditional PowderPuff fashion,
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When the Prosper Community Library chose their summer theme, the staff cleverly combined a figurative and literal interpretation of it. “On the Move” serves as a reflection of the library’s efforts to get patrons to move toward more reading, but it also describes the library’s physical move from a borrowed space at Reynolds Middle School
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Music in the Park 2018 was a great success on May 12th. Originally scheduled on April 21, the torrential rain in Prosper that weekend prompted the event to be pushed back a few weeks. And lucky for everyone, the weather did not disappoint on the makeup date! With the beautiful sunshine and a cool summer
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Prosper Police Department’s Community Safety Initiative (CSI), scheduled for May 12th, is a free community event that guarantees food and fun each year. What better time to kick off National Police Week (May 13th-19th)  than to have the opportunity to meet and learn more about the officers that make up our Prosper Police Department?  Let’s all help  support and say
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It looks like Saturday is shaping up to be a beautiful day…make plans to head out to Frontier Park at 7:30 for some GREAT FOOD, GREAT MUSIC and GREAT VENDORS!! Make sure you bring your lawn chairs or a blanket, a big appetite and get ready to enjoy a beautiful evening at the Park with
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Sia Srivastava, a 4th grade student at Folsom Elementary, in Prosper could very well be chosen to have her artwork featured on Google’s homepage. Google’s “Doodle 4 Google” competition is an art contest open to K-12 students across 53 states. Sia, whose doodle “Intergalactic Space Exploration Rollercoaster” won the contest over all Texas competitors is now
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May 2018…it’s almost graduation time but it seems like just yesterday that we were welcoming everyone back to school. It hardly seems possible that these “kids” – the ones we’ve grown to adore as we’ve watched them over the last several years – are so close to taking the next step towards their future. We
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