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Fireworks, parade slated for July 3,4
The city of Coppell has been well known in the area for many years for celebrating Independence Day in a big way, and this year will be no exception.
Coppell Rotary Club celebrating first 30 years
The Coppell City Council Tuesday night recognized the Coppell Rotary Club for 30 years of service to the community and unanimously approved a proclamation by the mayor to designate June 23 as Coppell Rotary Club.
New pastor, associate named for Coppell First United Methodist
Beginning July 1, First United Methodist Church Coppell will welcome two new pastors.
Metrocrest Social Services, Senior Adult Services to merge
After nearly a year spent analyzing the feasibility of joining efforts to provide aid and support services to area residents, Tracy Eubanks, chief executive officer of Metrocrest Social Services, and Mary Joiner, executive director of Senior Adult Services, have announced a merger between the two local nonprofit agencies. The plan to combine the organizations was approved by the boards of directors of each agency in separate meetings Wednesday.
Commencement conducted for Coppell Class of 2013
Coppell High School band members played Pomp and Circumstance as 670 CHS seniors marched into the University of North Texas coliseum Thursday afternoon for commencement ceremonies and to receive their diplomas.
City council OKs $8.6 million Sandy Lake Road project
The Coppell City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved entering into a contract with Tiseo Paving Company in the amount of $8,633,084.52 for the reconstruction of Sandy Lake Road from Denton Tap Road to N. Coppell Road.
Coppell woman says she saw coyote kill her dog
A Coppell woman said she watched as a coyote “glided” onto her property about 2 a.m. Friday, May 24, and picked up her Chihuahua and caused it fatal injuries.
Forum eyes extending half-cent sales tax, broadening use
The Coppell Recreation and Development Corporation (CRDC) Re-Authorization Committee hosted a forum at Coppell Town Center Tuesday night to consider proposals to extend the half-cent sales tax and broadening its use.
Coppell sends thousands of items for tornado victims in Moore
The people of Coppell once again showed how generous they are by donating thousands of food items and various supplies for the tornado victims in Moore, Okla.
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