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Laughter, athleticism remembered in time of loss

Laughter, athleticism remembered in time of loss

November 9, 2012

By Julianne Cauley News Editor On Oct. 14, hundreds of students, parents and faculty gathered in the stands and on the turf of Buddy Echols Field to lift prayers for the Logan family as well as comfort friends mourning the loss of beloved teammate and friend, Jacob Logan. Earlier that afternoon, Logan had been at Possu...

Students produce their own short film

Wicked Cricket producers Mason Adams, Joe Han, Adam Borel, Chenglei Wu (photo), Eric Park, and Josh Brunelli (left to right). The crew will soon produce their new short film The Mammoth Affray. Photo provided by Morgan Adams.

October 12, 2012

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer Six Coppell students have embarked on the adventure of producing their own short film titled The Mammoth Affray. The film centers on a boy named Dennis who decides to tackle his colossal (mammoth) struggle (affray) with fear of jumping off the local pool’s diving board. “We wanted to do a titl...

Historical barbershop stands the test of time

Photo by Mia Ford. Joe Shirley, owner of the Bethel Road Barber Shop, works his magic on his regular customer. Shirley runs a simple shop and strives to provide his customers with the best service possible.

September 26, 2012

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer A red and white helical striped pole is the iconic symbol of a barbershop. Everyone in Coppell has seen this pole beside the quaint white shop on the corner of South Coppell Road and Bethel Road, but few know the man behind the shears. Joe Shirley has been owner of t...