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Social Media Spreads Awareness of the Coronavirus

March 31, 2020 11:07pm | Rachel Bregnard

Junior Preston Remlinger closes his textbook and retrieves his phone from his jacket pocket, his fingers curling around the silver case. His eyes dance across his home screen, quickly browsing through his photos and messages, before finally selecting an app depicting the outline of a […]

KatyISD Supports the Community During Times of Crisis

March 26, 2020 7:19pm | Vaishnavi Bhat

With the sudden disruption of everyone’s day-to-day lives due to the unforeseen rapid spread of the coronavirus, many communities, groups, and families are facing various challenges. From a lack of food to an absence of shelter for animals, a great number of the population is […]

Katy ISD Transitions Online Due to COVID-19

March 25, 2020 6:30pm | Nicole Ruopp

Restaurants, stores, events, concerts, gyms, and more close their doors. Grocery stores limit their hours, and fast food restaurants stop dine-in. As citizens of the U.S. are urged to stay home, everyday life, including work, school, sports and extracurriculars are heavily affected. The world is […]

Bike for a Cause Over Spring Break

March 6, 2020 3:48pm | Maya Shaffer

Every year, the city of Houston hosts the Tour de Houston. The event, its namesake borrowed from a particular French bike race, is coming up on March 15. This year, the bike race has several route options, for the hardcore cyclist to the more-in-it-for-leisure-but-can-bike-long-distances cyclist, […]

New Things Open in Katy

March 6, 2020 3:35pm | Mahee Bhatt

Some people may think that there is not much to do here in Katy but our city has been growing. In just a few years Katy has grown dramatically not only by population but also by new stores and restaurants. There are numerous things that […]

Vote the Right Way

February 20, 2020 4:39pm | Tristan Beach

*This is an opinion piece and reflects views of the author. Do you think you know the enemies of the United States? ISIS? Russia? Certain government agencies that handle foreign and domestic information? Politicians in Washington, D.C.? No. The enemies of the United States are […]

Academic Decathlon Qualifies for State at the Regional Competition

February 12, 2020 4:36am | Nicole Ruopp

The Tompkins Academic Decathlon team will head to San Antonio to compete in the state competition in several weeks. They competed in the regional competition on February 7 and 8. Here they came in fourth and even beat Seven Lakes. They are not only Tompkins’ […]

HOSA Members Advance to State

February 12, 2020 2:14am | Nicole Ruopp

The Tompkins chapter of the HOSA organization competed at the Area 2 conference February 7 and February 8 for the first time in school history, and they will be sending two students to the State competition. It will be in Galveston on April 1-3. The […]

Seniors Officially Sign to Continue Athletic Careers in College

February 6, 2020 4:18pm | Nicole Ruopp

Nine seniors formally signed with colleges on February 5. They are continuing athletics at their respective universities below. The following were present at the event (Left to Right): Connor Kinslow (Football) – University of New Mexico Elina Sinz (Golf) – Auburn University MonRay VanDerWalt (Baseball) […]

Houston Texans Honor McVey

February 6, 2020 2:09am | Nicole Ruopp

Head football coach Todd McVey received two distinguished honors from the Houston Texans which led to a nomination for a national award this school year. The Houston Texans organization presented McVey with the Coach of the Week award and later the Coach of the Year […]