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9/11 recalls different memories for CHS

Senior Rachel Watley and teacher Coach Z went all out today in remembrance of 9/11 by dressing in patriotic colors, stars and stripes. Photo by Nicole Messer.

September 11, 2013

By Stephanie Gross Staff Writer On Sept. 11, 2001 America was changed forever. So many innocent people lost their lives during that tragic morning in New York City and so many lives were affected all over the country because of it. Once the tragedy had occurred, news channels across the countr...

Smith to pursue musical theatre career at BWU

Smith to pursue musical theatre career at BWU

May 15, 2013

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Many children grow up watching animated Disney musicals like Beauty and the Beast, or even classic musicals such as Wicked or The Sound of Music. Senior Alex Smith enjoys watching musicals too – but aspires to make a career out of being the one on the stage. Tho...

Varsity choirs to hit up the Big Apple

March 6, 2013

By Erica Rohde Staff Writer The Coppell High School choir department will be traveling to New York City, N.Y. from March 9-12 on the occasion of their semi-annual Varsity trip. Kantorei, which is the womens’ group and the A Capella Choir, mixed, will be performing in a 30 minute concert at St....

Elementary art pieces displayed in NYC

March 22, 2012

By Christina Burke Staff Writer Elementary school is a time for discovering yourself at a young age. Kids find out what what they are interested in, what they are good at and what they excel in. Coppell ISD elementary schoolers Kinley Wojick, second grader at Austin Elementary, and Matthew Narez,...

Four states ban Four Lokos

November 17, 2010

By Abby Drake Staff Writer  Two days ago an alcoholic energy drink, Four Loko,  was cited as the cause of a car wreck that killed a fourteen year old girl and put her young boyfriend behind bars. Four Loko is a combination of malt liquor and caffeine and is twelve percent alcohol by volume. The i...

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...

Rangers in prime position as ALCS continues

October 19, 2010

By Adam Bremner Staff Writer As soon as Josh Hamilton reached out for the 2-1 offering by Andy Pettitte in the first inning last night in pivotal game three of the ALCS, the game was over. Granted, it was the first inning, but when Cliff Lee is on the mound, 2 runs feels like 10. The Yankees went scoreless...

Interleague play kicks off in MLB

May 22, 2010

By Peter Sblendorio For the first time in 2010 MLB season, American League teams matched up against National League teams on Friday in the start of Interleague play. While most teams did not play their cross town rivals, there was still a number of intriguing series matchups that kicked off on...