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Tragedy strikes Flores’ home, community to help in recovery process

Tragedy strikes Flores’ home, community to help in recovery process

April 24, 2015

By Sloane Samberson Staff Writer @SloaneSamberson In a blink of an eye, everything can change. For Coppell High School advance quantitative reasoning and algebra II teacher Jennifer Flores and her husband, Jason Flores, lives were changed last Saturday evening. “We pulled up to our block...

One Direction provides electric atmosphere, bittersweet ending to summer at AT&T Stadium

After a short break halfway through One Direction's performance, the boy-band returned to perform the second half starting off with

August 25, 2014

By Tuulia Koponen Business/Public Relations Manager @tuulipia ARLINGTON - I am slightly hungry, my ears are ringing, my eyes are about to fall shut, my body has become sticky with dried up sweat and my makeup feels uncomfortably sticky as well. I am unfortunately reminded that it is 12:55 a.m. and that I need to be awake in six ho...

Six Flags hosts Christian Youth Weekend

April 5, 2012

By Christina Burke Staff Writer Easter week is a very important time period for the Christian religion. To honor this, the local amusement park, Six Flags Over Texas, is hosting a Christian Youth Weekend starting tomorrow, April 6, and ending on Saturday, April 7. Guests will be entertained by a medley of Chri...

Retirement home in Arlington severely damaged by storms

April 4, 2012

By Jordan Thompson Staff Writer The Green Oaks Nursing Home in Arlington suffered serious damage from the storms that hit Tuesday, causing students in Coppell to duck and cover. The home’s rehabilitation wing lost most of its roof and many of its walls were in crumbles. According to the Arling...

Rookie powerlifter stands ground

November 10, 2011

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer The original Metroflex Gym in Arlington is home to more than 100 professional and awarding-winning body builders; the gym is also the training facility of choice for Coppell High School junior Andrew Chalk. Chalk is a typical CHS student with the intriguing goal of be...

Heartbreak in Birdville

November 29, 2009

by Blake Seitz Sports Editor In what can only be described as a bitter defeat, Coppell lost to the Arlington Colts on a last second field goal, ending the Cowboy’s historic playoff run. The final score was 31-29. The first half of play was dominated by the Colts. After the Cowboy’s first drive collapsed, Arlington’s offense...