Roscoe's Coffee House owner finds niche in Keller – Community Impact Newspaper

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Alan Spicer named his Keller business after his dog, Roscoe. (Nicole Barron/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Nicole Barron | 12:59 AM Sep 24, 2021 CDT | Updated 2:39 AM Sep 24, 2021 CDT
By Nicole Barron
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