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Light up the holidays with the best places to look at Christmas lights

Light up the holidays with the best places to look at Christmas lights

Gracie Blackwell, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

The holiday season is filled with hot chocolate, chilly weather, snuggly sweaters and last but not least, bright holiday lights. As Christmas quickly approaches, there is much anticipation at night to explore the neighborhoods twinkling decorations and soak up the festive mood.   Looking a...

Chinese Lantern Festival lights up State Fair of Texas

Chinese Lantern Festival lights up State Fair of Texas

October 7, 2013

By Gabby Sahm Staff Writer With excitement in the air, the State Fair of Texas opened on Sept. 27. Everyone was eager to see the new Big Tex, eat the new fried foods and ride the 212-foot ferris wheel. However, there is a hidden gem at the fair that comes in the shape of paper lanterns. The Chinese La...

Christmas Lights in Coppell are here again

December 11, 2012

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer With the Christmas holiday fast approaching, houses all over Coppell are decorating their homes with lights and decorations to put some holiday cheer in the community. 641 Coats Drive off of Samuel in Coppell, Texas just happens to be one of those homes. Decorations...

Coppell vs. Mesquite Horn preview

August 26, 2011

by Chase Porter Staff Writer Tonight, August 26 at 7:30, the Coppell Cowboys will be playing Mesquite Horn away as both of the teams season openers. Both Coppell and Mesquite have lost starters from last years senior class including Joe Minden, quarter back,  and Cam McDaniel, running back, of...

Dallas Cowboys turn off the lights in New Jersey

November 15, 2010

Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor Cowboys fans were able to cheer for the first time in weeks when they defeated the New York Giants, who lead the NFC East with a 6-3 record. This win comes only six days after head coach Wade Phillips was fired and replaced with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett. Garrett...

Cowboys real rivals are Dragons

November 1, 2010

Chase Porter Staff Writer Rivalries; they run throughout the sports world from little league to the pros.  Here in Coppell we have our own football rivals, but one sticks out in particular: the Southlake Carroll Dragons. For years we, the Coppell Cowboys, have battled the Southlake Carroll Dragons...

Game Days

September 30, 2010

Chase Porter Staff Writer Friday nights are what Texas high school football is all about and the players practice everyday for there chance to go in but what preparation do the fans have to go through before the big game? True fans of the team either have a tail gate or go eat with friends and f...

December brings a surge of Christmas decorations

December 3, 2009

By Julia Kim Staff Writer I often find myself mesmerized by the lights that illuminate the streets at night, but not by your typical street lamps. I’m referring to the Christmas lights put up every year at just about this time time of year, the holiday season. The lights that not only attract...

“Wreaths and trees, ribbons and bows” Coppell holiday parade around the corner

November 20, 2009

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer The much anticipated Spirit of Coppell Holiday Parade of Lights on Saturday, December 5 will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Samuel and follow down Parkway to Town Center Plaza where Coppellians will meet the lighting of Town Center. This year's parade theme is "wreaths...