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FUMC Coppell to host special eldercare seminar

February 26, 2013

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor If there is one thing that everyone on Earth has in common, it is that we all have parents. The love and appreciation for one's parents is a feeling many can identify with. It is because of this feeling that individuals work so hard to care for their parents as they...

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...

Old men, young dreams

January 7, 2011

Chris Cummins Staff Writer The inevitable stretch of age finds those of whom it lays claim countering the withering effects of age in different ways. Exercise, profligacy, and the occasional style change, all are familiar tools of those odd souls that haunt the mall with flocks of teenagers, and...

Plans for the Kirkland house in Coppell

October 23, 2009

By Wren Culp Staff Writer Coppell residents have noticed the road construction near Wilson Elementary, but something else is occurring in the same neighborhood as Old Town Coppell is changing once again. Last year when the roads were ripped, raked, and torn up all eyes were on the road an...