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Dreams come true for aspiring actress

Dreams come true for aspiring actress

April 22, 2014

Editor's note: Story was revised for clarification By Sloane Samberson Staff Writer The time of the year has come when seniors receive college acceptance letters, a robe they will only wear once and an oddly shaped cap. For most Coppell 2014 graduates, their future will begin close to home, but for...

PSA walks alongside Salamone at Relay for Life

PSA walks alongside Salamone at Relay for Life

May 8, 2012

By Kristen Shepard and Kilian Bresnahan Staff Writer and KCBY Staff Member Coppell’s annual Relay for Life never fails as an emotional and impactful night for many cancer research survivors. But at this year’s Relay for Life, one group felt especially empowered. At the opening ceremony...

Black History Month

February 23, 2011

By: Chris Cummins Staff Writer While to most people February may be known as the month of love, it shares this title with something that’s just as important. February is Black History Month, and it offers some people who may not know about the vast contributions to American culture African-Americans...

Students take control of finals with varying study habits

January 11, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor Chris Reagen KCBY Finals week is known to bring caffeine binges, study sessions, large amounts of money spent to support the Starbucks franchise and the realization that high school isn’t always a walk in the park. With the additional stress and workload...

New Years Resolutions

January 6, 2011

By Chase Porter Video by Sophie Dasbach First off, happy New Year to all the readers out there; any New Years resolutions already falling through the cracks? Here are some tricks and tips to keep you on track for the resolutions of the New Year. The most popular resolutions for recent years has...

Snowboard to success

November 10, 2010

Story: Kara Adkins, Jane Kim Video: Kelli Miles, Jordan Hagan Living in a place where it only takes an inch of snow for schools to be closed and students to get out their heavy coats and gloves, it is bizarre to have a competitive snowboarder in Coppell’s midst. Brandon Rainbolt is a junior...

Petoberfest offers way to help animals in need

November 9, 2010

Story by Kelly Stewart Staff Writer Video by Brian Hwu Photographer, Graphic Designer For many, Petoberfest is a way to get together with friends, eat food and see dogs in costumes. But for Coppell High School students, Petoberfest offers an opportunity to help pets and have some fun at the s...

Annual Oak Fest returns to Coppell

November 2, 2010

Story by Mary Whitfill Features Editor Video by Tara Henry Coppell’s Oak Fest shines again this year as it drew hundreds of Coppell residents to Andy Brown Park for an evening of music, food and fun. The tradition is sure to carry on for years to come, connecting Coppell generations past,...

Coppell Chamber of Commerce Hosts its First Annual “Taste of Coppell”

September 30, 2010

Story by Henna Khan Video by Savannah Shealy On Saturday Sept. 25, the Coppell Chamber of Commerce hosted their first annual Taste of Coppell event to give residents a feel for what delicacies our small, yet rapidly developing community has to offer. From 6 to 8 p.m. at the newly built Coppell Sen...

KCBY’s New Studio

September 28, 2010

By Abby Drake Staff Writer Video By: Keely Leonard and Nick Jordan From the start KCBY only had four PCs and two old and heavy cameras to work with. Now, with the inclusion of new, advanced equipment, the talent of the staff is blended with impressive gear, taking KCBY to a whole new level. A generous Tex...

New changes of CHS

September 24, 2010

Video by Rumill Batts KCBY Carolyn Bossmann KCBY Story by Brian Hwu Photographer, Graphic Designer   Every year, CHS looks for new ways to make the school a better place for students. This year, a couple of new rules have been added for the better.  Students are now allowed to bring clear bottle...