With a passion for the Missouri River, Mike Cooper bought a place along it around 45 years ago and named it "Cooper's Landing." Recently, Cooper sold his landing and decide to retire. Friends and family threw a retirement party for him May 18 in honor of his contribution to Cooper's Landing.
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