Tested by Fire
Wednesday, August 16 was like any morning as Steve and Angie Harrington readied their three children, Blake, a senior, Hayley, an eighth grader, and Keely a fourth grader, out the door for the third day of school. Little did they know that in just twelve short hours, their lives would be changed forever.
After an extensive search process that attracted interest from some 60 candidates representing departments throughout Texas, the Prosper Fire Department has named Shaw Eft as Assistant Fire Chief, the department’s second in command.
Shrubs suitable for planting on banks or slopes have suckering root systems or branches that root where they touch the ground.
The Prosper Town Council made the annual appointments to town boards and commissions last week in its regular business meeting. Following a closed executive session, council members returned to their seats. Mayor Ray Smith declared the meeting to be back in session and Kenneth Dugger moved for the following appointments to take place. The motion
Before the regular meeting began, Seth Phillips, speech and debate coach at Prosper High School, spoke to the Board and invited each of the members to serve as a VIP judge in the final round of the speech and debate tournament in the last week of October.
Last week someone was hateful towards me. I’m not talking about road rage or a quick rude comment, I mean intentionally hateful in their behavior and dialogue towards me.
Following the school board meeting Monday night, PISD Superintendent Dr. Watkins spoke to four young ladies, high school students, to congratulate them on completing yet another requirement for the Ready, Set, Teach Program in Prosper ISD.
Like a gem on a solitaire-style ring, Prosper High School sits on the north edge of Prosper cultivating future generations, a true jewel of the community.
He’s handsome with pretty, white teeth. He’s playful and smart. Belgian by birth, he likes people and he’s good at his job. This new police officer operates with the badge No. 1380 plainly visible on his collar. Students have already seen Canine Officer Kaz patrolling the halls at the side of his partner and handler