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  • Flags not lowered to honor American hero

    Flags not lowered to honor American hero

    By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer When our nation suffers from a tragedy or loss of an American hero, all government buildings, public schools and military bases are ordered to fly their flags at half-staff. This is a symbolic way for the country to grieve and show its respect. When Texan U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, […]

  • Hometown Hero Nominees needed

    Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer The annual Hometown Hero nominations are here again. With the PSA Academy encourging the entire community of Coppell to go online and nominate someone they believe would make an excellent Hero. PSA is hoping the nominations process will be more of a community event so everyone can acknowledge our heros. With […]

  • Academy website up and running

    Academy website up and running

    By Annie Wen Staff Writer With a deadline approaching, sophomore Sydney Williams knows she must get her interviews done and her story posted online. Williams is not a member of The Sidekick or KCBY but a student in EMAC’s Advanced Reporting elective course. The Advanced Reporting class provides EMAC sophomores with hands-on experience as they […]

  • Coppell man, hero after crash

    Kimberly Del Angel Staff Writer On July 30, Anthony Baynard was praised and called a hero in Marlton, NJ after he jumped into a sports utility vehicle that had crashed into a jewelry store. His “heroics” were caught on the securities surveillance cameras, in which an SUV crashes into Jay Roberts Jewelers. Baynard, a local fitness consultant from […]

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