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Valentine’s Day cynicism diminished by girl power

Valentine's Day cynicism diminished by girl power

Mallorie Munoz, Managing Editor

February 12, 2016

When it comes to Valentine’s Day, the feelings toward the day are split. Some partake in romantic nights out, while others engage in built-up cynicism and hatred for the holiday. I have good news. For the ladies, no matter your relationship status, there is a holiday even greater than Valentine’...

Dog lovers work their “paws off” for new dog park

Print screen of the Facebook group: Coppell Dog Park.

November 17, 2012

By Corrina Taylor Staff Writer Video by Keith Kellenberger The City Council room was adorned with seats filled with Coppell citizens wearing grey shirts with green paw prints, eager for the meeting to start. The glass walls peer out into a finely polished waiting room. The council took their...

Oak Fest falls back into old patterns

September 26, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor The annual Coppell Oak Fest will return on October 15 at Andy Brown Community Park East. The festival is full of food, family games, local community stands and activities such as bounce houses and inflatable slides. Free family activities include miniature train rides...

Warm weather ushers new fun in February

February 15, 2011

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager The sun is shining and Mother Nature is giving us one enough of a reason to be happy. Driving with windows down, more frequent dog walks and studying outdoors are all signs for a great season. As the most memorable events of the season are passing -New Year's, Valentine's...