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NBA player Kobe Bryant, daughter die in helicopter crash

NBA player Kobe Bryant, daughter die in helicopter crash

Omar Perez, News Editor

January 28, 2020

NBA player Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Marin Onore, along with seven other passengers died yesterday shortly before 10 a.m., according to https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-01-26/aircraft-slams-into-hillside-explodes-in-flames-near-calabasas   Bryant had planned to attend a basketball practice at Mamb Sports Academy ...

Imelda destroys teacher’s home

Imelda destroys teacher’s home

Julea Henthorn, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

With the storm came the aftermath, which resulted in homes ruined and families heartbroken. As the rain began to fall harder and the storm became more powerful. Special education teacher, Katie McDevitt was heavily affected by Imelda. In the night the water started to rise, whenever the sun rose,...

Caney Creek orders portibles in wake of Imelda

Caney Creek orders portibles in wake of Imelda

Yesica Rodriguez, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

After the recent flooding from Imelda, many classrooms and buildings in the school were affected and had to move into portables.  The classrooms affected were; cosmetology, special education, construction, and some administrative offices. “Ten portables have been leased for 6 months by insuranc...

Work to begin on bond projects

Angie Rodriguez, Editor-In-Chief

December 16, 2019

Voters gave the OK for Conroe ISD’s $653.57 million bond for repairs and campus renovations, but not artificial turf. CISD has already begun to take action since the bond passed Nov. 5. Proposition A included; new campuses and additions, safety and security, campus renovations, district support toward servi...

CCHS organizations help flood victims

CCHS organizations help flood victims

Omar Perez, News Editor

December 16, 2019

  Volunteers and organizations from Caney Creek helped out victims from the community that had been affected after the flood. Organizations that helped out were; Choir, National English Society, NJROTC, and the football team. National English Honor Society donated supplies like; canned foo...

Lack of space prevents solar power at CCHS

Lack of space prevents solar power at CCHS

Yesica Rodriguez, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

Conroe ISD will have Stockton Junior High be the first school in the district to run on solar power. The solar power will be a renewable energy source that will be beneficial by saving energy in the new Junior High. Even though Caney Creek is not able to run on solar power due to space, it has fou...

Senior, family seek sanctuary in attic during Imelda

Senior, family seek sanctuary in attic during Imelda

Omar Perez, News Editor

December 16, 2019

Sleeping at night in the attic with no light for three days, and only a battery operated flashlight, two dogs and a box of kittens on the night of the storm. The family had to plan an escape from their own home just in case the water rises and was forced to relocate to the roof.  Senior Dandy Enl...

District buys new buses to replace ‘aging fleet’

District buys new buses to replace ‘aging fleet’

Roberto Garcia, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

Conroe ISD bus routes might change due to the purchase of new buses. The new buses are paid for by grant and district funds, they are updated with newer appliances. "Conroe ISD purchased new school buses using grant and district funds," Director of Transportation Samuel X. Davila said, "(They were ...

Heads In The Cloud

Gracie Lang, Student Life Editor

December 16, 2019

Vaping has turned into a worldwide epidemic. Researchers are now trying to inform people about the dangers of vaping.  A Prowler survey of 203 students conducted at lunch showed about 50 percent of students admit to vaping at least once in their life, with about 22% admitting to vaping more than...

Two teenagers learn to cut hair on their own

Two teenagers learn to cut hair on their own

Omar Perez, News Editor

October 4, 2019

After watching a stream of YouTube videos and surfing their Instagram feeds, two Caney Creek students were inspired to start their own hair-cutting business. Sophomore Julian Salvador and senior Isaac Cantu are known for giving haircuts to students after school. They both plan to get a busine...

Ultimate Frisbee club returns

Ultimate Frisbee club returns

Gracie Lang, Student Life Editor

October 4, 2019

The ultimate Frisbee club has returned. Geometry teacher Marta Puyana started the club again after two years. In the 2017-2018 school year, former Biology teacher Justin Brodie and Puyana had to end the club due to personal time constraints. “My first and second year doing ultimate Frisbee we ...

UPDATE: Caney Creek to open Tuesday for students after flooding

UPDATE: Caney Creek to open Tuesday for students after flooding

Angie Rodriguez, Editor-In-Chief

September 19, 2019

Caney Creek High School will open back up starting Tuesday after the building flooded as Tropical Storm Imelda passed through Wednesday. Crews are inside the building working to repair flood damage in the 1100, 1200, and 1500 hallways, as well as other areas. "All Conroe Independent School District campuses...

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