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Theatre department to perform comedic play ‘BOB’

Theatre department to perform comedic play ‘BOB’

Gracie Lang, Student Life Editor

October 10, 2019

The Caney Creek Theatre Department will host its first play Thursday, Oct. 10, and Saturday, Oct. 12, in the auditorium. The play is called “Bob: A Life In Five Acts” by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb. The cost to get in is $5 for adults and $3 for students. Theater teacher Jill Tanner chose this play be...

The Office, others will be removed from Netflix

Emily Osorio, Reporter

August 25, 2019

Netflix has announced that The Office, one of the most popular shows streaming on their app, will be removed. The changes will be made at the end of the year 2020, although some are disconcerted about the changes there are some students who are fine with this show being removed.  “I watched ...

TikTok is the new trend

Yesica Rodriguez, Reporter

August 25, 2019

Musical.ly was renamed TikTok on Nov. 9, 2017 to help draw in new people and represent them better. TikTok was launched in China Sept. 2016 and launched internationally Sept. 2017. The app was developed in 200 days and within a year got 100 million users.  “A TikTok ad got my attention while...

Texas Wal-Mart pranks on the rise

Texas Wal-Mart pranks on the rise

Alexius Rocha, Reporter

August 25, 2019

On June 8th, a young woman was arrested after she posted a video of her in a Wal-Mart store licking a gallon of Blue Bell ice cream and placing it back for other customers to buy.  Many people were uncomfortable with shopping at walmart after the scandal, but to their surprise it was only the st...

NAHS, AP European students take trip to Museum of Fine Arts

NAHS, AP European students take trip to Museum of Fine Arts

Nuvi Xon, Contributing Reporter

May 24, 2019

National Art Honor Society and AP european history students went on a field trip to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston on April 6. The students left the campus at 10:30 a.m. and returned from the long drive at 6:30 p.m. 48 students along with teachers Lisa Renner, JD Humber, Jennifer Jimenez and Elaine...

Floral students decorate teachers wedding

Floral students decorate teachers wedding

Mario Rangel, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2019

The floral department recently arranged and made adornments for teacher Brittany Hayes’ wedding. Hayes, formally known as Pennick, held her wedding April 5 at the Pine Lake Ranch Wedding Venue. There was a variety of adornments made by the advanced floral students. This was the 22nd wedding the floral...

Skills USA Cosmetology makes it to state

Skills USA Cosmetology makes it to state

Alexius Rocha, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2019

Cosmetology competed in the SkillsUSA state mannequin competition April 3 at Corpus Christi for the first time in program history. The class had three come in first place who include: Kathia Martinez, Rosbelia Rodriguez and Edith Hernandez. Yesica Cortez-Rodriguez, Emily Urieta and Maria Uscanga got...

Masonry program to start after donation

Gracie Lang, Contributing Reporter

April 1, 2019

The building trades class received a donation of equipment from Dee Brown Inc. right after Christmas to start a masonry program next year. Building trades teacher Ignacio Sauceda reached out to a few companies looking for donations. Matt Clark forwarded the email to David Barnes both from Dee Brown. Ba...

Robotics team loses streak

Angie Rodriguez, News Editor

February 8, 2019

The Caney Creek robotics team competed last Saturday, ending their long run.   The robotics team competed at Willis High School last saturday. They placed second out of 13 in the morning portion, but lost after the robot malfunctioned. Robotics coach Angela Crawford said that this match would determin...

Mighty Panther Band earns superior rating at UIL

Mighty Panther Band earns superior rating at UIL

Mayra Torres & Jaelei Shaw, Contributing Reporters

December 14, 2018

The Mighty Panther Band scored superior at University Interscholastic League Marching Competition this year. Band members first day of practice started August 1, while the Color Guard began July 15. Both band and color guard practiced everyday from 2:50 to 4:50 after school to memorize their sets and wor...

One act play advances to area round for second-straight year

One act play advances to area round for second-straight year

Angie Rodriguez, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2018

As the lights began to dim down on the stage, a few Caney Creek actors began to feel a major pressure be lifted from their shoulders while anxiety creeped in. All that was left was to await their results. Those results ended in a bittersweet moment for the UIL One Act Play troupe at the area meet....

Bowlers make school history, Raska makes state tourney

Bowlers make school history, Raska makes state tourney

Rhiannon Heatherly, Contributing Reporter

May 22, 2018

Junior Haylee Raska will continued her bowling season at the state meet. Raska finished fourth at the regional meet individually to move on to the state tournament at San Antonio on Saturday. “I feel amazed,” she said. “Because of how difficult it was because of region change.” The girls...

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