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Personal shutdowns

Molly Wade, Co-Editor in Chief

October 10, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Cartoons

Behind Chris Saiz’s Smile

Behind Chris Saiz’s Smile

Ana Gutierrez, Entertainment Editor

June 16, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Boys Basketball

On Saturday, June 8, joyous eyes watched 713 caps fly into the air as the hands from which they came waved farewell to high school years. When the time, graduation, finally came, I delighted in the fact that most of the faces I saw, I recognized. Every name rang a bell. But, there was one face missing:...

STAAR wars

STAAR wars

Molly Wade, Co-Web Editor

April 15, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Cartoons

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Behind Nky Onyewuenyi’s Smile

Behind Nky Onyewuenyi’s Smile

Ana Gutierrez, Entertainment Editor

April 4, 2013


Filed under Blogs

Anchors talk of war in the Middle East while a banner scrolling across the bottom of the screen reports the death of a man during a robbery. Thirty seconds pass. Next story. A person in a picture holds a sign supporting racism, the anchors keep talking. Thirty seconds pass. Next story. Women...

Video: County Line Asks- Where do you get your news?

Video: County Line Asks- Where do you get your news?

March 18, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Video

Check out the latest video in the County Line Asks series! News Editor, Trevor Nichols asks the student body where they find their news.

County Line Asks: Most significant issues facing America today

County Line Asks: Most significant issues facing America today

Molly Wade, Co-Web Editor

February 8, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Video

Watch as students answer our question in this week's video.

Video: County Line Asks- Debt Ceiling

Video: County Line Asks- Debt Ceiling

January 31, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Video

News Editor, Trevor Nichols reports the student body knowledge of the debt ceiling.

Behind Ben Boyett’s Smile

Behind Ben Boyett’s Smile

Ana Gutierrez, Entertainment Editor

January 23, 2013


Filed under Blogs

I always thought that TV shows and movies dramatized high school a bit too much. The cliques were too easily defined, bullies still took lunch money and students ate lunch in bathroom stalls. But they did get one thing right: rumors spread like wildfire. What brings the most harm is not how far they...

‘Murica 2013: Solutions we can count on?

Trevor Nichols, News Editor

January 9, 2013


Filed under Blogs

Last week, Congress managed to avert going over the “fiscal cliff.” The compromise bill evokes memories of recent eleventh hour family Christmas shopping, in that it was a last ditch effort, not very high quality, and contained altogether too much shouting for anybody involved to be happy with the...

Snappy’s pleasantly surprises

Elizabeth Hale, Co- Web Editor

January 8, 2013


Filed under Blogs

As I walk in to Snappy’s in down town Katy, my senses are overwhelmed, positively and negatively. The restaurant, a smoke filled small building with both short and long tables that sit up to ten people, is full of hustle and bustle. A waitress kindly pointed out my friend to me sitting in the back...

Students come back only to give up resolutions

Molly Wade, Co-Web Editor

January 7, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Cartoons

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