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Bravo Show Choir brings “A Grand Night for Singing” to the stage

Bravo Show Choir brings “A Grand Night for Singing” to the stage

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor

September 28, 2016


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The Bravo Show Choir takes the stage to perform Rodgers and Hammerstein’s award-winning A Grand Night for Singing on Sept. 29, 30-Oct. 1 at 7:30 in the PAC. A Grand Night for Singing features music by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, known for their work on well-known productions like Okl...

Student creates petition demanding less homework

Samuel Teas, Features Editor

September 27, 2016


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An online petition was created Tuesday morning by sophomore Luke Austria asking for less homework. By 12:15 p.m. that day, the petition had accumulated nearly 2,100 signatures. “We [the students of Katy ISD and other school districts] believe the amount of homework we receive every night is outrageous,...

Choir presents ‘Magic of Musicals’

Choir presents ‘Magic of Musicals’

County Line Staff

September 19, 2016


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The CRHS Choirs will present “The Magic of Musicals” Tuesday, Sept. 20, at the CRHS PAC beginning at 7:30 p.m. Box office opens at 6:30 p.m. with general seating tickets for $8. Advanced tickets are $6 in the Choir Room office. Faculty and Staff may attend free with a valid employee ID.

Theatre to perform “Rock of Ages”

Theatre to perform “Rock of Ages”

Samuel Teas, Features Editor

September 16, 2016


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The Cinco Ranch High School Theatre Company will perform Rock of Ages: High School Edition by Chris D’Arienzo on Oct. 13th, 14th, and 15th. Showings start at 7:30 p.m. all three nights with an additional showing at 1:30 p.m. on the 15th. According to CRTC spokesperson Darcy Boyd, the musical tells...

No Homework Tonight

No Homework Tonight

County Line staff

September 8, 2016


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Students will be able to participate as players, supporters or spectators in Thursday night's varsity football game against Memorial without having to worry about starting their homework at 11 pm. Tonight marks the first of six "Homework Free" evenings scheduled for students this school year. "After...

Libertarian, Green Parties fight for 2016 election

Libertarian, Green Parties fight for 2016 election

Samuel Teas, Features Editor

August 5, 2016


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In an election where both major candidates see their unfavorability ratings at an all time high, a few political underdogs wonder if they might have a chance. Two major third parties, the Libertarian and the Green Party, are fighting for the presidency this year, giving an opportunity to voters who disl...

Board of trustees chooses new KISD superintendent

Board of trustees chooses new KISD superintendent

Roba Abousaway, Co-Editor-in-Chief

July 11, 2016


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Dr. Lawrence “Lance” Hindt was named the lone finalist for the position of KISD Superintendent at a special Board of Trustees meeting on June 10. He will begin his tenure on Aug. 1, and will effectively replace current Superintendent Alton Frailey, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Hindt...

Trump, Clinton, face obstacles in upcoming national conventions

Trump, Clinton, face obstacles in upcoming national conventions

Samuel Teas, Features Editor

July 4, 2016


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From white supremacists to FBI indictments, both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions will have to deal with unprecedented challenges this year electing their party nominee. Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and his controversial policies have caused a stir among the leaders of...

District schools, facilities remain closed amidst severe flooding

District schools, facilities remain closed amidst severe flooding

County Line Staff

April 19, 2016


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Katy ISD extended the district-wide shutdown for the rest of the week due to unsafe road conditions and mobility concerns for students and staff. Along with other Region 4 districts, Katy ISD will discuss potential make up plans with TEA (Texas Education Agency) after the number of missed school d...

Cinco student wins TFA state

Cinco student wins TFA state

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor

April 10, 2016


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Sophomore Angela Lytle, two year member of the Cinco Ranch Speech and Debate Team, competed in the Texas Forensic Association State Tournament on March 12. She took first place in Student Congress Senate. “When they called my name at the award ceremony, I was elated,” Lytle said. “I hugged t...

Sophomore named Reserve Grand Champion at Rodeo Art Auction

Sophomore named Reserve Grand Champion at Rodeo Art Auction

Caitlyn Goodrum, Staff Writer

March 12, 2016


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Sophomore Ashley Coleman advanced as Reserve Grand Champion for her painting titled “Coffee Cow” in the Rodeo Art Auction. Her artwork will be up for bid on Mar. 13 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Each year, students are assigned the task of creating rodeo art that is realistic and photograph-based....

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