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Passion Project Into Successful Business

Passion Project Into Successful Business

Angel Huang, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

 A business owner, an entrepreneur, a student, and a senior are only a fraction of the words to describe Katya Pineda. Pineda started her business, Coffee Mangos, last year in January of 2019. Her current Instagram handle for her business, coffeeemangos.co, has a total of 11,400 followers.   “Originally I just had an Instagram to post my art,” Pineda said. “There ...

Debate Member Critiques the 2020 Presidential Debate

Debate Member Critiques the 2020 Presidential Debate

Oliver Capito, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

The first of three 2020 presidential debates took place last week and was considered a mess by most experts.  The moderator of this debate, Chris Wallace of Fox News, said “I never dreamt that it would go off the tracks the way it did.” Plus, the current president came in with COVID-19, making t...

Social Media Mania

Social Media Mania

Nicole Campbell, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

In today's political climate, social media has allowed students to speak out on issues they care about. It gives people a platform to spread information and have discussions.With tensions rising due to the upcoming election, having access to information to help shape opinions and learn about voting helps. S...

Part-time Pandemic

Part-time Pandemic

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor in Chief

October 6, 2020

A minimum wage, part-time job was once a staple extracurricular for teens around the country. However, the ongoing pandemic has forced many seniors to become full-time caregivers, providers, students, and college applicants simultaneously. As the community reopens, what was once a right of passage for...

COVID-19 Effects On Clubs

COVID-19 Effects On Clubs

Yongyin Angel Huang, Staff Writer

September 24, 2020

“I think we'll get out of this a lot stronger than we did when we're going into it,” said senior Emily Lent.    Since the beginning of COVID-19, schools around the nation have been affected by the pandemic. School events have been delayed for months then later canceled when the natio...

Tchaikovsky to Technology

Sinfonia stands for applause after their Grand Champion Concert during the American String Teachers Association (ASTA) National Orchestra Festival.

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief

September 24, 2020

“As I was saying bye to everyone on the bus, I kept saying ‘see you next week,’ but here we are six months later,” Orchestra Director Brett Nelsen said.  The Sinfonia varsity orchestra won big on their spring trip to Orlando, Florida, to participate in the 2020 American String Teache...

Humans of Cinco: Cafeteria Conundrum

Humans of Cinco: Cafeteria Conundrum

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief

September 24, 2020

The beginning of this school year has brought many changes, but perhaps none more important than cafeteria conundrum. With students spread out across the county during lunch time, meals range from vending machine chips to leftovers to takeout. So, we at the County Line set out to investigate this ne...

Homemade Horoscopes

Homemade Horoscopes

Nicole Campbell, Staff Writer

September 23, 2020

This is the first article of the horoscope blog! Each article will teach people about different parts of an astrological chart, and astrology in general. Some topics that will be covered are, moon and ascendant signs, characteristics of each zodiac and much more.  Every few weeks, there will be someth...

Mulan: The Good, The Bad, and The Terrible [ SPOILER FREE ]

After many delays, Mulan finally came to Disney+ on September 4, 2020.

Oliver Capito, Staff Writer

September 23, 2020

DISCLAIMER: There won’t be any spoilers for the 2020 “Mulan”, but there will be spoilers for the 1998 “Mulan” movie. That movie has been out for over 20 years, and I feel like most people have watched it. Secondly, because this movie is different from the original and is marketed that way, ...

Local mask company provides masks for many

Local mask company provides masks for many

Nicole Campbell, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

As school slowly transitions more into face to face instruction, more activities arise and people find themselves needing to leave the house more and more. Many have struggled finding masks that are nice quality, can go with multiple outfits and are good for the environment. One local mask company, MasksFo...

Application Aggravation

Seniors this year must face the challenge of college applications with added problems due to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as SAT testing cancellations and having to deal with KVA vs. in-person learning.

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief

September 11, 2020

Countless Google Drives overflow with spreadsheets of neat columns dividing university names. “Safety. Match. Reach.” Resumés are painstakingly formatted. Essays are brainstormed, drafted, deleted, and rewritten time and time again. For seniors, the beginning of fall and a new school year spells th...

Students Advocate Social Change

Artwork by Angel Huang.

Angel Huang, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

  “If we weren’t at the table, we would be on the menu,” said senior Parker Mei. As the 2020 November election rolls around, Americans will either be voting on the ballot box or voting by mail. This year's election has become more than another vote but an important symbol for the futu...

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