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Ponder couple put their own twist on farmers market
In 2014, when Keith and Kassandra Copp's produce retail store Garden Ridge Farmers Market closed down in Lewisville because of the Interstate 35E expansion project, the Copps had another idea ready to go. They launched a business, Harvest to House, that delivers fruits and vegetables grown on their 400-acre farm in Ponder to the homes of their clients.
Cropped Out: Denton County Cowboy Church survives fire, court to thrive in growing town
Arrest made in connection with theft of money from Ponder High booster club account
Bracing through pain: 12-year-old Ponder boy finds relief for his clubfeet
Lisa Morrow will never forget the question her son asked her two years ago. “Mommy, can we cut my feet off and put fake ones on?” Twelve-year-old Jake Morrow was born with two club feet, a congenital condition where the foot turns inward and downward, creating pain and complications with walking.
County residents deal with aftermath of hail storm
Hail sizes ranged from 1 inch (size of a quarter) to 4. 25 inches (size of a softball) in diameter, with the smallest hitting Denton and the largest hitting Corinth, according to data from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center. Hail about 2. 75 inches (size of a baseball) in diameter also struck Copper Canyon and Lake Dallas, the data showed.