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Cowboys thank friends, family for support as they head into round two of playoffs (with video)

The Cowboys take turns thanking friends, family, coaches and teammates, who were all invited to practice on Thursday in the field house for the support they have received from them throughout the year. The team takes on the Mesquite Horn Jaguars tomorrow at Allen Eagle Stadium at 1 p.m. in the Class 6A Division I area playoffs.

Lili Lomas and Amelia Vanyo

November 24, 2017

Bellies still full from Thanksgiving dinner, the Coppell Cowboys take on the Mesquite Horn Jaguars today at Allen Eagle Stadium at 1 p.m. in the Class 6A Division 1 area playoffs.   After their 37-6 victory over the Richardson Eagles last Friday, the Cowboys head into their second playoff game of...

Best of Thanksgiving

Best of Thanksgiving

Farah Merchant, Student Life Editor

November 18, 2017

There are 365 days in a year, yet there is only one day people can give thanks. That day is the fourth Thursday of November, better known as Thanksgiving. Being one of the most memorable holidays of the year, it deserves to be commemorated. It only seems suitable to satirically highlight our favo...

Five ingredient recipe that makes a crowd pleasing Thanksgiving side dish

Five ingredient recipe that makes a crowd pleasing Thanksgiving side dish

October 28, 2015

By Sloane Samberson Managing Editor @SloaneSamberson   For many, when it comes to Thanksgiving, thoughts of roasted turkey, sweet potato casserole, stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie come to mind. For me, the thought of my grandmother’s Ripe Olive Salad comes to mind first,...

Turkey Drive bringing new twist to CHS “We Are One”

Photo by Sarah VanderPol.

November 20, 2014

By Kara Hallam Enterprise Editor @KaraHallam Tomorrow is an exciting day for Coppell High School staff and students who will soon embark on a week-long Thanksgiving break. However, amidst the holiday frenzy, The North Texas Food Bank, Student Council and Coppell Independent School District would...

Assistance League of Coppell to host Christmas home tour for special cause

November 14, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor The winter holiday season is such a special time of year. Everywhere you go, there are carols playing, lights shining, bells jingling. While just about everyone throws up some festive decorations in the weeks before Christmas, others in Coppell take home decor to a...

Students aspire to donate 600 turkeys come Thanksgiving

Graphic By Sophie Nauyokas

November 7, 2012

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer Each year, as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, a spirit of thankfulness and charity spreads across Coppell. Around this time, the Public Service Academy at Coppell High School leads the school in a turkey drive. With temperatures usually in the mid 40s ...

Turkey drive gets students into the spirit of giving

November 17, 2011

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer Thanksgiving is a holiday filled with giving and cherishing what you have. But if you do not have much, the North Texas Food Bank is willing to help. The organization was established in 1982 by Liz Minyard, Kathryn Hall, Jo Curtis and Lorraine Griffin Kircher....

A true holiday to be thankful for

Graphic by Haley Madigan.

November 17, 2011

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer It is the holiday season, which means Christmas is just around the corner. Oh wait, we still have Thanksgiving. It seems like every year we start to see ornaments, trees and other Christmas items already on display in stores when it is only the beginning of November....

Registration for annual Turkey Trot begins

November 11, 2011

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Every Thanksgiving Day the Dallas YMCA and Capital One Bank put on the annual Turkey Trot. Registration has begun and it will be a fun event for the whole family. The Turkey Trot began 43 years ago and was originally held at White Rock Lake but is now held in D...

Could Christmas be overshadowing Thanksgiving?

November 9, 2011

Coleman Armes Staff Writer Earlier this morning on the way to school I was listening to the radio and these two women were discussing whether holidays like Christmas overshadow Thanksgiving and whether we celebrate Christmas too early. This topic has seemed to spark a lot of debate. Many people...

A quick fix to an autumn wardrobe malfunction

November 17, 2010

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Boots. A favorite item of girls' to wear as soon as the weather is cold enough to not appear crazy to wear them. So this season, make sure that your boots bring their A-game to your next outfit by ensuring that they don't sag with the Boot Stay. For ten bucks, this investment is garuanteed to kee...

The art of Thanksgiving

November 11, 2010

Julia Kim Staff Writer As I sat on the couch watching the Dallas Cowboys game, I continued reflecting. Reflecting over what to give thanks for. I realized the list was overwhelmingly long. That was last year. In two weeks time, I will go through that cycle all over again – the cycle of thinking...