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Turati flies high at volunteer job

Turati flies high at volunteer job

By Gabby Sahm Staff Writer Cars are usually the most reliable way of getting around, next to walking. From driving across states to just cruising down the street, cars of different makes and models can be seen along every roadway.  However, one student is taking a special interest in another mode of transportation and hopes to make a career of […]

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Hazardous chemical spill in Coppell leaves seven hospitalized

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Fire departments from four cities and DFW Airport’s hazardous chemicals crew rushed to the site of a methanol leak at 1400 Belt Line Road in Coppell. Seven individuals at the site of the leak were delivered to a local hospital with symptoms of varying severity, but none are in critical condition. The source of the […]

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DFW airport is the buisest airport in the state of Texas. With the airport being so close to Coppell, the Navigator Program is great place for teens to get involve in helping domestic and international travelers. Photo by Tina Huang.

D/FW Airport’s hidden treasure

By Tina Huang Staff Writer Everything is bigger in Texas. That includes the service opportunities. All you have to do is some digging, and you could find a hidden gem. Lately, it seems many people, including me, have found one right in Coppell’s backyard: the Navigator Program at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. The Navigator Program is the teen section of […]

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Depressing lull plagues Dallas-area sports

By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor Last October, DFW was riding on the high of the Texas Rangers’ second consecutive postseason berth. Ever since, its been a roller coaster with a noticeable lack of upward slopes. Game Six of the World Series, the Rangers were an out – a strike – away from their first ever World Series title. Neftali […]

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‘Tis the season to look at Christmas lights

By Seth Slover Staff Writer Along with the Christmas season come Christmas lights, one of the most beloved traditions of the holidays.  For many families in the community, driving to look at Christmas lights is a must. “Going to different places to look at houses with awesome Christmas lights is one of my favorite parts of the season,” Junior Tanner […]

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