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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People Worldwide Are Mad at Coppell ISD • School District Projected to Keep Growing • DART Project Leads to Road Closure • For Drainage’s Sake, Sheds…
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Hogs Go Wild on Ritzy Cul-de-Sac • Sherwood Park Carports Can Remain in Place • Seniors Get Bigger Exemption From City • Council Concerned About…
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Hill Earns Sixth Term as Trustee • City Desperately Needs More Lifeguards • Parks Board Finalizes Priority List • Coppell is Home to Y’s Main Office
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Rinaldi Riles Voters in Coppell ISD • Let’s Check Those Finance Reports • Everybody’s Discussing Homestead Exemptions • Comptroller’s Critics Air Their…
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Coppell ISD Voters Facing Critical Decision • What Else Will be on the Ballot? • Commission Provides Cover to Carport Owners • Belt Line Businesses May…
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Oldest House May Soon Have New Home • Library Board Receives Assurances • City Tightens Rules for Short-Term Rentals • Coppell Creates Ethics Review…
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Cozby Library Joining Parks Department • Skate Park Drops on Priority List • Seniors Eager to Learn About Village • Atmos Provides Some Answers
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New Price Locked in for Locker Rooms • City Wants Your Feedback on Budget • CISD Also Wants Your Input • All Signs Point to Another Election
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