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Raising awareness: Coppell mother shares her experience for suicide awareness

Raising awareness: Coppell mother shares her experience for suicide awareness

November 3, 2018


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https://vimeo.com/291164450 This September, Coppell resident and mom April Dyke shares her personal experience with the issue in honor of National Suicide Awareness Month.

Child Sexual Abuse Awareness meeting open to community

January 15, 2013


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By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Approximately one-fifth of children are sexually abused by the time they turn 18. That's 20%. One in five. Chances are, a child living on your street has been or will be sexually abused. Chances are, 6 kids in an elemtary school class of 30 have been or will be sexua...

Coppell fights for a world with more birthdays

May 6, 2011


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Story by Jodie Woodward Staff Photographer Video by Kara Allison A world with more birthdays is the motivation behind the battle, and Relay for Life is how it is being fought. Luminaria, paper bags with candles inside commemorating cancer patients, lined the sidewalks of Wagon Wheel Park...

False tanning methods radiate dangerous skin problems

February 25, 2011


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Kara Adkins Staff Writer To escape the winter season, many girls at Coppell High School are turning to tanning beds in order to get that desired summer glow. However, the price of beauty, in this case, is very steep. Although many tan to look and feel better about themselves, there are seri...

Senior girls to start self-defense classes

January 5, 2011


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Ashley Attanucci Web Manager The annual senior girls self defense classes are being offered again this coming semester. Sponsored by the City of Coppell and the Coppell Police Department, seniors will be able to register for this 6-week course in self-defense. Self-confidence, skills and new, us...

Diabetes awareness reaches Coppell

February 26, 2010


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By Julia Kim Staff Writer Video by Holly Conradt Extreme thirst. Frequent urination. Drowsiness. It’s difficult. It’s upsetting. It’s life-threatening. And, it never goes away. Type I diabetes, sometimes known as juvenile diabetes, usually strikes in childhood. Over 23 million Americans...