Large Numbers Turn Out for Homecoming Parade
Retired Fire Chief Ronnie Tucker Serves as Grand Marshal “Small town, Big heart” is the motto seen all over town. It means Prosper is quickly becoming a big town while the small-town ways of doing things are highly sought by its residents. One of those small-town virtues is the annual Homecoming parade. It continues to
Although he’s been on the job for a short time, the new assistant chief for the Prosper Fire Department is already a part of the social network throughout the station participating in the kind of friendly banter that happens only among good friends. Coming to Prosper after 20 years with the Frisco Fire Department, his
Prosper’s annual homecoming celebration returned with a full schedule of festivities beginning with the parade on Wednesday evening and ending with a 40-0 shutout win against R.L. Turner under the lights of Prosper Eagles Stadium. That win allowed Prosper to remain atop District 14-5A teams with a record of 3-0. Before the game, Prosper crowned
One of the best ways to build a safer, more secure community, is to know your neighbors. Each year, millions of neighbors across the United States take part in National Night Out, a focused campaign held on the first Tuesday in October, which promotes police and community partnerships as well as neighborhood bonding in an
In a partnership between the Prosper Police and Fire departments, residents are invited to drop off their outdated, unwanted or excess prescription or over-the-counter drugs, medications and medicines during the fall version of Drug Take Back Day.
Let’s face it. Very few of us take care of ourselves how we should. Days get longer, work gets busier and sleep gets shorter and shorter. Sometimes we are left with the impossible choice of health versus convenience.
If you plan to over seed your lawn this fall, knowing the difference between annual and perennial rye grass — and how each performs — will help you make the best choice for your situation.
The Prosper Eagles cross country team was supposed to head to Round Rock over the weekend for the McNeil Invitational, but it was canceled due to rain. So instead, the team traveled to Fayetteville, Arkansas for the 29th Annual Chile Pepper Festival to participate in the “El Caliente” 5K race.
Elite softball has taken the country by storm and for a group of Prosper eighth graders, that storm is close to home.
Sydney Lewis, Gabby Coffey, and Ayden Allen may only be 14 years old, but they have more than 25 years of combined softball experience and this year they will, all three, be playing on the same club team. Glory 14u Naudin.
Matt Bramer passed for 135 yards, Keegan Shoemaker threw for 85 yards and the quarterbacks each had two passing touchdowns in the Eagles 43-7 win against Frisco Liberty at the Star last Friday night.