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Band leaves for state

October 23, 2009


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The band is leaving for state tomorrow very early in the morning: 1 a.m. to be exact.  And this will be after having two hour rehersals everyday after school throughout the week and playing at a football game on Friday till 10:00 p.m. The band will be traveling by bus to Haysfield where the band...

Bahá’ís celebrate birth

October 23, 2009


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By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer Last Tuesday, October 20th, was the anniversary of the birth of Báb, one of the central figures of the Bahá'í Faith. This uncommon religious is practiced mainly in the Middle East and is only a few centuries old. There are an estimated 5 to 6 million followers worldwide,...

Plans for the Kirkland house in Coppell

October 23, 2009


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By Wren Culp Staff Writer Coppell residents have noticed the road construction near Wilson Elementary, but something else is occurring in the same neighborhood as Old Town Coppell is changing once again. Last year when the roads were ripped, raked, and torn up all eyes were on the road an...

Top 8 reasons you love Healthy Choice

October 23, 2009


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by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer On television, there have recently been many commercials for the best tv dinner ever -Healthy Choice. You know, those green boxes in the frozen aisle that you dream about at night. Last weekend was maybe the best weekend of my life because at Tom Thumb, Healthy...

IonKidz make Coppell roads safer for all

October 23, 2009


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By Mary Whitfill Staff Writer The latest fundraiser for the senior prom includes bumper stickers, student drivers and lots of parent advertising. IonKidz is a program dedicated to making the roads safe from student drivers. The program was created by concerned mothers in Flower Mound earlier...

Deadlines for senior ads

October 23, 2009


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by Caitlin Conner Staff Writer For students who missed the deadline for senior advertisements, don't worry. There are two extra deadlines on Nov. 6 and Nov. 13 to turn in your ads with an additional $50 and $75 fee respectively. Just remember: the number of ads is contingent upon the space available...

No extensions for IB’s “Extended Essay”

October 23, 2009


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By Julia Kim Staff Writer As IB students are preparing to begin their extended essay, Mr. Cooke has already advised them to restrain from referring to procrastination on their two-year essay to be submitted at the end of their senior year. Although the essay is due in two years time, CHS is already...

Coppell Dance takes trip to TCU

October 23, 2009


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By Luciana Mendes Staff Writer On Friday, November 6th Coppell High School dance classes will have the privilege to take a field trip to view a performance given by the TCU School for Classical and Contemporary Dance. Coppell Lariettes, Silver Stars, and dance classes will travel to the campus...

Photo Gallery: Volleyball vs Marcus

October 21, 2009


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Photos by Kelly Emerson [nggallery id=35] The varsity volleyball team played Marcus in an away game.

Dallas Performing Arts Center opens with much celebration

October 21, 2009


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Last week, the Dallas Performing Arts Center opened with positive reviews from attendees of opening events. Dallas officials hope that the Arts Center will bring a richer arts scene to Dallas, which already has a great deal of talent within the area. Upcoming events at the art center includes ...

Party 4 Dollars now open in Coppell

October 21, 2009


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By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer Losing the competition between Blockbuster, Red Box and Netflix, Hollywood Video has moved out of Coppell and has been replaced by a new store, Party 4 Dollars. Though the store had been opened for business for a while, the official grand opening was Oct. 16, complete wit...

Oakfest

October 20, 2009


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Oakfest was held on Saturday the 17th of October at Andy Brown East. There were many activities including face painting, rockclimbing, and tile art to name a few. Photos by Viviana Trevino

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