Patriots win Super Bowl VI 34-28 in Houston

Hanna Kolarik, Reporter

February 6, 2017

Filed under News

The ball is flying across the field. The crowd is going wild as their team is about to make the winning touchdown to win Super Bowl VI. This is the scene 72,000 fans watched from their seats in NRG Stadium on Feb. 5 as the Ne...

Forensics class investigates during crime scene activity

Keelin Hawkins, Reporter

October 26, 2016

Filed under Feature, News, Student Life

Blood splattered all over the room. Straw strayed across the floor. A helpless victim lays on the ground. The students scatter around the crime scene, searching for any evidence that could lead to the murder of the scarecrow....

Students visit fair at NRG for college week

Bryson Jones, Reporter

October 21, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

For college week, the school took a group of juniors and seniors to NRG Stadium on Oct. 5 to speak with different people from different colleges, learn ways to get into the colleges they would like to apply for, and others ways... chooses ‘exposure’ to define 2014

Bryan Najera, Chief Online Editor

December 9, 2014

Filed under Feature, News

With the end of the year approaching rather quickly, the usual time of reflection over the past year begins. In music, YouTube mashups of the most popular hits. In photography, “#ThrowbackThursday” Instagram posts. And in...

Midterms held Nov. 4

Kayla Ferguson, Chief Copy Editor

October 31, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

     Midterm elections are coming up fast and though the majority of the students here at CHS won’t be able to cast a ballot, it’s not only important to stay informed but it’s also very important to understand the impacts of...

Medicare develops intricately since birth, still room for work

Max Lovell, Reporter

March 20, 2014

Filed under News

The American people have seen rough times throughout the last 213 years of history. From the American Revolution, the Civil War, the Great Depression, and both World Wars, there have been many tragedies upon this developing nation. On...

Tex. attorney general hosts conference call for journalism students

Kayla Ferguson, Copy Editor

March 20, 2014

Filed under News

Greg Abbott, who is currently campaigning for Texas State Governor, took the time to speak to high school journalism newspaper and yearbook students across the state on January 30 via a conference call (which the Cougarpolitan w...

Weird weather affects continental United States

Kayla Ferguson, Reporter

March 6, 2014

Filed under Feature, News

Early October, a massive blizzard swept across South Dakota plains. The snow storm wiped out over 100,000 cattle, almost 10 percent of the livestock population.  The storm not only shut down several ranches, but will have a crippling...