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Record national early voting turnout make up 2018 midterm election

This morning, a group of voters support Julie Johnson for Texas State Representative for the 2018 general election outside of Coppell Town Center. Representatives give out cards and information about candidates that will be elected for local, state, and congressional level.
Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor November 6, 2018

The doors of Coppell City Hall usher in and out eager voters ready to cast their ballots as local representatives and supporters patiently gather under their canopies under the cloudy skies for this year’s...

I have a voice, I want to use it

Staff writer Anika Arutla talks about the history of voting and her excitement about voting. Political signs are lined along the road to Coppell Town Center for upcoming midterm election on Nov. 9.
Anika Arutla, Staff Writer November 6, 2018

Change. That is what I think about when I think about voting. It is common misconception that one vote, among millions, is not worth anything - that it is a simple raindrop in the middle of the vast ocean....

Students over 18 can fulfill voting civic duty on March 6 for first time

For many Coppell High School students over the age of 18, the midterm elections on Nov. 6 will be the first time they will be eligible to vote. AP US History teacher Diane de Waal and Coppell High School Kennedy Carver plan to vote in November’s election that will determine the House of Representatives, one third of the Senate, 36 governorships and many state legislature seats.
Tanya Raghu, Enterprise Editor January 25, 2018

While the midterm elections will take place on Nov. 6 and will impact the remainder of President Donald Trump’s term in the White House and the future of America’s political sphere, the Texas Senate...

Place education as a priority, support CISD Bond

May 10, 2013

Editorial Every 50 minutes, a bell rings and over 3000 students spill out into the main hallway of Coppell High School. In just a few blinks of an eye the hall is filled from wall to wall with a sea...

D Magazine searches for cutest dog in Dallas

January 24, 2013

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Earlier this year, D Magazine asked its readers to submit photos of their dogs in order for their beloved pets to be entered into a contest. After receiving 100s of...

Coppell vs. Hebron to possibly be televised

October 10, 2012

by Kristen Shepard Staff Writer Two weeks ago, Coppell upset Allen in undoubtedly one of the most exciting and anticipated games of the season thus far. This week, Coppell will take on the Hebron...

Unofficial election results show Hunt as new Coppell mayor

May 14, 2012

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor Coppell’s city council will be plagued with new faces, as early election results show Gary Roden and Karen Hunt taking the lead in their respective elections and...

Class officer race crosses finish line

April 18, 2012

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer After several weeks of intense competition and campaigning, the class officers for the 2012-2013 have been announced. Elections were especially competitive this year,...

Register to make a change in Coppell

February 3, 2012

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer As students in high school, some of us, myself included, do not care much about politics until they start affecting us personally.  One of these moments is when you...

Constitutional Amendment Election to be held Nov. 8

November 7, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor Ten propositions will go on the ballot tomorrow for the November Texas Constitutional Amendment Election. Registered Dallas County voters can report to their precinct...

Special tax election to be held Nov. 8

October 24, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor On Nov. 8 Coppell will hold a special election regarding delegation of city sales tax. Residents will be asked if they should re-adopt a .25 percent sales tax that...

PSA awards Springer title of Hometown Hero

October 23, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor Everyone knows someone who has made an impact on the world around them. From motivational stories to heart warming work in the community, those who strive to make a...

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