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Samuel Teas

Samuel Teas, Co-Editor-In-Chief

Samuel Teas, after being drenched in the tidal wave of junior year, and is just now crawling onto the beach that is senior year, is now Co-Editor-In-Chief of the County Line. Sam is a history enthusiast, an avid watcher of NBC’s Community, and, upon writing this, discovered a strange ardor for ocean-related metaphors. He also loves writing in all kinds of forms, from poetry to news articles and everything in between. When he’s not in room 1221, he’s probably at a national park (although that last part might be wishful thinking).

With not much more than a pen, a highlighter, and a computer used significantly more than the previous two items, Sam is excited to enter his fourth and final year of giving the people of Cinco a voice.

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A bayou in Cinco Ranch overflows becoming a swamp on Sunday Morning, Aug. 27. Katy saw heavy thunderstorms and 38 inches of rain in three days.

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August 27, 2017
Banning Point Court is one of many streets that became flooded on Sunday, Aug. 27. Some streets were so high that they became impassable by nightfall.

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August 27, 2017
Buffalo Bayou, a critical drainage system for the area around CRHS, was filled to capacity by floodwaters and rain then overflowed its banks on Monday, Aug. 28 causing severe flooding to neighborhoods south of the bayou.

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August 27, 2017
Juniors Kyra Dyer and Sarah Christy view books on sale. The book fair was held on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Library holds book fair

November 30, 2016
The second annual Kilometers to Combat Cancer race will be on Saturday, April 11 outside the school. The  event is completely student-organized.

Running for the cure

April 10, 2015
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