Coppell Police Department needs your help in identifying the pictured subjects. On June 16th, 2015 a citizen’s credit card was cloned, and their identity was stolen and used to purchase several high price items
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The rains are gone, but in Coppell the water continues to rise. A home surrounded by water from a nearby canal stands in jeopardy of extensive flood damage. As water flows thorough the state’s drainage
By Jenny Quonoey Attendees of the Coppell Farmers Market will be able to see and hear the award-winning Coppell High School Band, including the color guard, on Saturday, June 27, between 8 a.m. and noon.
Photo: In her final act during “the world’s largest swim lesson,” a youngster swims through a tunnel of cheering swim instructors. /Photo by Courtney Ouellette Despite the threat of rain, young swimmers and their parents
This fall, the William T. Cozby Public Library in Coppell will move to a temporary facility when construction begins on the expansion project currently being planned. The library will relocate to 500 Southwestern Boulevard
Photo: Youngsters express the simple joy of walking in the sun while participating as part of a larger international community to raise funds to help those affected by the earthquakes in Nepal rebuild. /Photo
Urban Air is pleased to announce the unanimous approval for Urban Air to come to Coppell. This unique facility, located at 110 E Sandy Lake Rd, will provide families in Coppell and surrounding communities
Sunday, May 17, marks the beginning of National Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week and presents an opportunity to honor the men and women who deliver pre-hospital 9-1-1 emergency medical care throughout the United States.
Photo: Congressman Kenny Marchant presents Paloma Diaz the Washington Award in The Congressional Art Competition for her piece entitled Dallas. / Courtesy Photo Congressman Kenny Marchant hosted the annual Congressional Art Competition ceremony at the
Photo: The Coppell High School Honor Band performs during the Pre-UIL Concert under the direction of Scott Mason on March 26. /Courtesy Photo Coppell, TX – Coppell High School received First Division (superior) ratings for