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CHS girls lacrosse prepares for season

Taylor Halvorson, Beginning Journalism Student

January 16, 2014
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Sports

With tryouts around the corner, girls lacrosse players begin pre-season practices and conditioning to prepare. CHS girls prepare for tryouts later in February with conditioning camps and preseason practices starting next week.... Read more »

Study states sports positively affect student performance

Cole Boyd, Beginning Journalism Student

January 16, 2014
Filed under CHS Stories, MHS Stories, RPHS Stories, Sports

Common stereotypes are athletes don’t excel academically. But a recent study supports what athletes and coaches have always believed to be true;  sports help students academically. “When you... Read more »

CHS Senior Pranking: pranks or vandalism?

Emily Whitehead, Beginning Journalism Student

June 6, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features

Towards the end of the year, senior pranks are often the focus of high school chatter. Yet if taken too far, pranking can bring serious consequences. "It's kind of a tradition thing, every class does something, it's just leaving... Read more »

Cavs boys’ inspirational playing shines beyond the diamond

Blake Thomason, Sports Editor

May 31, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, Sports

Commentary CHS baseball has become almost a dynasty, with championships in 2008 and 2010 lead by great individual players who have gone on to the next level. But this team isn't about adding to the dynasty, or Gatorade... Read more »

Dress code stands as weather changes

Emily Whitehead, Beginning Journalism Student

May 23, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features, MHS Stories, RPHS Stories, SSC Stories

Summer is a great time to cool off with tank tops and shorts, but it is east to make many dress code violations with these summer clothes without even knowing it. "Dress code allows us to wear what we want to express our personality,"... Read more »

CHS’ Chamber Orchestra prepares for state

Ben Huh, Beginning Journalism Student

May 21, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features

Getting first in qualifiers, CHS' Chamber Orchestra is charging their way to state competitions. The orchestra had already placed first in the Three River's League competition. On May 9, the Chamber Orchestra has a chance to... Read more »

CHS Fine Arts Festival

Tori Allen, Beginning Journalism Student

May 20, 2013
Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, CHS Stories, Features

CHS held it's sixth annual Fine Arts Festival to showcase it's student's talent on May 16. About 1,000 people attended, with about $1,000 in ticket sales. Tickets were $8 each, but students and families received discounts. "It... Read more »

CHS 30-minute lockdown ends without any danger to students

Staff, Staff

April 3, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, News

In an email sent to parents and staff  by Christine Garcia, CHS principal, described the events of lockdown on the morning of April 3. The following is the text of the email. "This morning, CHS went into lock down... Read more »

Things to do this spring

Jessica Lely, Staff

March 15, 2013
Filed under Features

As the winter blues fade away and the sun is bright and shining, it’s time to get ready for the abundance of activities that come with spring. Here are some fun events that will be taking place in and out of the district this... Read more »

NCSD boys basketball: hot and cold

Blake Thomason and Jacob Thompson

March 11, 2013
Filed under CHS Stories, MHS Stories, RPHS Stories, Sports

With the regular season over, two NCSD basketball teams gear up for a playoff run. The RPHS boys are staying home this March, as their struggles continued all season long. After an 0-8 non-conference start, Deshawn Stephens... Read more »