County Line

How to Vote in the 2020 Election

We at the County Line highly encourage every student eligible to get involved and have their voice heard.

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief

September 11, 2020

Before Election Day rolls around on November 3, find out how to register to vote and have your voice heard. Remember, you must register 30 days before election day. If you plan on sending in a mail-in ballot, find out to request yours early to get your vote counted!  Register To register to vote in the state of Texas you must- be ...

Stronger Together

An Asian girl wears a mask in public. 673 cases of discrimination against Asian Americans were reported in March.

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

In March, 673 cases of discrimination against Asian Americans due to COVID-19 were reported to the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council. Students have been bullied at schools and a two-year-old Asian girl was stabbed at a Sam’s Club in Texas. In light of the xenophobia against Asian Americans, ...

How to Reset Your Sleep Schedule

Here are some tips to get your sweet, sweet slumber schedule going again. 

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief

April 13, 2020

Now that there's no definite beginning and end to the school day (and getting up at 6am is definitely not an option), it can be hard to get to bed on time. Or at all.  While sleeping in till noon during quarantine sounds great, there are some long term health effects that a skewed sleep schedule...

COVID Concert Cancellations

In an attempt to bring communities and fanbases together, artists have been holding stay-at-home sets and shows for fans to interact. One of the first artists that pioneered this idea was the British punk-rock star, Yungblud.

Jordyn Guzman, Co-Editor In Chief

April 9, 2020

Due to COVID-19, time was put at a stand-still. Almost every industry, except for the essentials, is in a stagnant hold as the number of confirmed cases continues to rise and as social distancing converts to the new normal. However, the music industry remains in production to act as a universal connector...

Katy ISD Should Extend School Closure to Monday, May 4, 2020

President Donald Trump extended social distancing guidelines through April 30.

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, Staff Writer

March 29, 2020

President Donald Trump recanted his earlier statement of reopening parts of the country by Easter, March 29, 2020, and announced today that he would be extending social distancing measures to April 30 heeding warnings of experts that SARS-CoV-2 could result in 200,000 deaths. Katy ISD should extend the school closur...

Tips for Surviving a Stay at Home Order

Judge KP George issued a stay at home order that is in effect until April 3. Exercising, limiting screen time, and staying informed can help you survive this order.

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

On March 24th, County Judge KP George issued a stay at home order that went into effect at midnight and will last until April 3rd. Here are some tips to survive a stay at home order. The stay at home order still allows you to exercise, and parks will remain open. Unfortunately, sitting on benches and play...

How to Ace Your Online Classes

Due to the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus, KatyISD has announced that classes will be held online beginning on March 25 until at least April 13.

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief

March 18, 2020

Due to the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus (you may have heard of it), KatyISD has announced that classes will be held online beginning on March 23 until at least April 13. That's over three weeks of remote coursework! Personally, I'm a little skeptical. I've heard several horror stories of teachers...

Should KatyISD Have Closed Schools?

Katy ISD released news information on attendance, sixth 6 weeks, and finals today.

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi and Celeste Hoover

March 13, 2020

KISD was right to postpone break By Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi Katy ISD announced yesterday that it will be postponing the return of school, campus events, field trips, student trips and UIL practices and competitions for one week effective today due to COVID-19. Absences due to Covid-19 have been waived...

Cowboy Commentary

Courtesy of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

Jordyn Guzman, Co-Editor-In-Chief

March 2, 2020

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, one of Houston’s biggest traditions, is a staple of Texas events that draws people of all interests together. However, for the music-lovers, this year is a complete bust.  Typically encompassing many genres, the rodeo concerts are what draw in many vis...

Review: Green Day Releases Unexceptional Album

Nearing almost 4 years since their last album release, Green Day released album number 13 of their discography, Father of All..., on Feb. 7.

Jordyn Guzman, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 20, 2020

There are many synonyms for the word mediocre, none of which typically describe Green Day and their albums that have previously set the standard for the rock and alternative scene. With their new album “Father of All…” recently added to their ever-expanding discography, this one sticks out to many as ...

Humans of Cinco

How has the media influenced your view of Valentine's day?

Jordyn Guzman, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 7, 2020

Astros’ Cheating Scandal

Lance McCullers Jr. earned the win in game 3 of the 2017 World Series.

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief

January 21, 2020

  My mom was devastated. Altuve had let her down.  When the news broke of the Astros’ sign-stealing, the headline was heard with joy in Los Angeles, and a certain resigned sadness in my house. My mom, and myself (occasionally), were just two of thousands who had stayed up late on w...

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