Schools Prepare for Next Shooter • St. Ann Carnival to Offer Alcohol • Do People Notice These Public Notices? • Common Sense Isn’t Always up to Code
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Baseball Numbers Hit Above Average • Metrocrest Serving More Coppellians • Coppell ISD Facing $9.7M Deficit • Hotel Plans to Add Offbeat Bar
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Compliant Corners Cause Complaints • We Really Need to Use Less Water • City Staff Proposes Much Lower Tax Rate • Let’s Peruse Commercial Property…
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More Shops Coming to Old Town • Plans Laid Out for Parks Projects • Bingo Card May Help Belt Line Businesses • Like Simple Minds, I’m Alive and Kicking
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Let’s Dampen Our Lawns’ Dampening • Council Limits Scope of Belt Line Grants • Ethics Review Panel’s Roster Approved • Farmstead OK’d at Blackberry Farm
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If You Want to Adopt a Rabbit, Hop to It • Initial City Budget Includes 3% Raises • Some Parents Not Comfortable with Surveys • Carnivorous Plants…
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CISD and YMCA May Pool Their Resources • Do Littlest Kids Warrant Big Investment? • A Year Later, More Info on Arrest • Our Water is of Superior Quality
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Historical Society Aims to Open Museum • This Puts the ‘Farm’ in Blackberry Farm • Plan for Fry’s Site Gets Short-Circuited • A Lifelong Love Affair…
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More Cash Available for Small Businesses • City Honors Pride Month (and Yoga Day) • Ethics Panel Generates Much Interest • Sounds Like a Job for…
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Teachers Should Expect 4 Percent Raises • Trustee Has Concerns About Privacy • Pylon Signs Move Closer to Approval • Short-Term Rental Permit Was…
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Stoplight Planned Near Sports Garden • Fine Arts Goals Get Fine Tuned • Block’n Roll Trailer Makes the Rounds • A Story From the Campaign Trail
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Cowpokes Go Nuts for Donuts • CISD Trustees Aren’t All on Same Page • Check Out the Library’s Magazines • Take a Stroll Through Rolling Oaks Cemetery
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