Prosper’s Water Supplier Conducts Annual System Maintenance

Taste and odor of water may change, but quality remains high For a thirty-day period, the water delivered to Prosper homes and businesses will first arrive at the Town’s distribution system after undergoing the annual winter chlorine maintenance. “The Town purchases water from the North Texas Municipal Water District and runs that water through our
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Construction will begin on the Dallas North Tollway, northbound and southbound lanes, from University Drive to 1st Street, beginning on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, at 8 a.m. Construction will continue through Friday, January 26. The road will be down to one lane, with flaggers present, between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each
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When you’re a bear, you get to hibernate. You do nothing but sleep for six months. I could totally do that. Before you hibernate, you’re supposed to eat yourself stupid. I could totally do that too. When you’re a girl bear, you birth your children (who are the size of walnuts, the big ones are
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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
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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,
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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,
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I imagine many of us have dreamed of being called a “Master”, but one Prosper resident can say he’s earned it. Master Buddy Hudson is an 8th degree black belt, an international champion and an inductee to the Masters Hall of Fame. With over 30 years experience in the martial arts, Master Hudson is widely
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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
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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
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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
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