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Prosper Tennis Season Ends After Bi-District Loss

Prosper Varsity tennis season ended Monday afternoon after a tough loss in the Bi-District playoffs to Frisco Reedy High School. The Eagles were the 2017 District 14-5A Tennis District Runner Up after finishing 6-1 in district, losing only to McKinney North High School. Freshman Jett Anderson and sophomore Jordan Fisher went undefeated in mixed doubles in district play. Sophomore Brock Ladehoff went undefeated in

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Baker Elementary: A True Community School

Warm smiles and welcoming teachers greet the youngsters who enter the front doors at Baker Elementary School each morning. It is situated on the southeast side of the Prosper Independent School District just off of Lake Forest Dive and south of U.S. Highway 380 on Bluewood Drive. Deep in the middle of a neighborhood development, Principal Danielle Wallace describes her

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My Favorite Time of Year to Plant!!

Crisp, cool mornings. Perfect “sleeping weather” at night. Plant catalogs and landscaping “how to” books piling up on our coffee table. It must be Fall! Fall is my favorite time of the year for so many reasons, not just the wonderful weather. This is that special time of year when we prepare and plant now, anticipating a wonderful spring and

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8th Annual Cory Ausenbaugh Memorial 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run

The Cory Ausenbaugh Memorial Scholarship Foundation is planning its annual 5K and 1-Mile Run event for October 28th at Windsong Ranch beginning at 9:00 a.m. It is an event for the entire family and will include live music, bounce houses, face painting, food trucks and fall fun. It is free to attend and the public is welcome. Fees for participation

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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 grow bigger every year. Residents

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