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Mr. Allen MMA artist

Mr. Allen MMA artist

Mary Shannon Smith, Reporter

April 8, 2019


Filed under Features

  The Boy’s Club hang out after high school in California introduced computer tech Jeff Allen to martial arts. And while he no longer practices, he still remembers those days of sparring. One of his most memorable moments was when he got disqualified in a tournament. He was a blue belt...

Rea Of Sunshine

Rea Of Sunshine

Cara Wimberley, Editor

April 8, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Each brushstroke of green against the white canvas was well thought out and planned. Not a single bit of the painting was spontaneous. As sophomore Alexandria Rea painted her forest, she had one inspiration in mind, her Nonna, Patricia Rea. Rea joined art freshman year after doodling for years but never ...

Drawing A Brighter Future

Drawing A Brighter Future

Isabella Sapountzis, Reporter

March 26, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

She keeps quiet most of the time. Hands covered in the grey dust of graphite and charcoal, she focuses intently on drawing even the most minuscule details of her twin sister Mads’ face, making sure it’s perfect. After all, it is going to be entered into VASE— the Visual Arts Scholastic Event—...

Sophomore Finds New Favorite Person When Niece Is Born

Sophomore Finds New Favorite Person When Niece Is Born

Denise Campos, Reporter

March 1, 2019


Filed under Features

March 15, 2018. That’s a day Sophomore Martin Ramirez-Olivo will never forget. On that day, his sister, who he looks up to as a mother figure, introduced to him his niece. From that day forward, his niece stole his heart.  For most of his life, Martin’s sister was the most important family ...

Family Comes First for Freshman

Family Comes First for Freshman

Viri Gallardo, Reporter

March 1, 2019


Filed under Features

Sitting at the computer, coming every day to class.   Always making jokes to try and lighten up someone's mood.   Listening to what others have to say whether it’s super personal or the most boring story.  This is Freshman Cristian Navarro.  Even as a 15 year old, Cristian always co...

Senior Found Home At CTHS

Senior Found Home At CTHS

Syncere Harper, reporter

March 1, 2019


Filed under Features

Although Xavier Wood had many choices for what high school he wanted to go to, he made the decision to come to CTHS, and he says thanks to that decision his life has been changed by friends and teachers alike.  Wood came to Chisholm his freshman year, transferred to Saginaw his sophomore year, and r...

From Ohio To Texas Assistant Principal Makes A Difference

From Ohio To Texas Assistant Principal Makes A Difference

Cara Wimberley, Editor

March 1, 2019


Filed under Features, Meet the Staff, Top Stories

Whether it be serving the community of Ohio by working at Kentucky Fried Chicken in high school or helping deescalate a student’s anger in the hallway, assistant principal Denise Ingram’s goal is to help people. Ingram has been working as a school administrator for 16 years, and before that s...

Canfield Takes A Bow

Canfield Takes A Bow

Jacquie Hernandez, Reporter

May 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Meet the Staff

Friday Night Lights. Buzz of florescent still in the ear. The energy, music, the held breaths, all gave away at the end of the night, where routine falls back in place and students trudge makeshift to change and put away the gear to get home as soon as possible. The downtime led to talk, plans, catch...

Coach Wright To Retire

Coach Wright To Retire

Abby Rojas, Editor

May 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Meet the Staff

For the past 32 years, head wrestling coach Terry Wright has been coaching and teaching generations of high school students. Now, after several achievements, including being a five-time district coach of the year, Coach Wright is saying goodbye to the Chisholm Trail Rangers and retiring.   ...

A Great Teacher With A Great Heart

A Great Teacher With A Great Heart

Rebecca Veber, Editor

May 29, 2018


Filed under Features

Mrs. Kathy Ballard was born with a servant heart. Even when she was a little girl she knew she wanted to serve others. At first she wanted to be a missionary, but after her experience in school, she realized she wanted to serve in a different way: she wanted to be a teacher. Mrs. Ballard decided to...

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