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Hometown hang-out spot Regal reopening
Elise Guerra, Web Editor • April 12, 2021

With a deal made through Cineworld and Warner Bros, select Regal locations are opening April 16, including the Regal Lone Star in Tomball, with special screenings of Godzilla vs. Kong. Additional theaters will open in the following weeks as the capacity...

The COVID-19 vaccine is now being offered to anyone age 16 and up in Texas.
COVID-19 vaccine open to 16 and up
Lucas Botello, Senior Writer • April 8, 2021

Houston Methodist offers online scheduling for free COVID-19 vaccines for anyone age 16 and older. Adults are eligible for any of the three vaccines currently being administered, however people ages 16-17 can receive only the Pfizer vaccine. Houston...

Graduation time and location have officially been approved by the district.
Graduation time and location set by district
Jenna Jaffray, Editor-in-Chief • April 7, 2021

The district has announced that graduation will be held at NRG Stadium on Saturday, May 29, at 9 a.m. Students will be spaced out on the field to accommodate for social distancing guidelines. Graduates may reserve up to 12 tickets for guests, and...

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The Girls Varsity soccer team celebrates when a goal is scored.
Girls soccer takes on Oak Ridge tonight for second playoff game
Lucas Botello, Senior Writer • March 30, 2021

Girls Varsity soccer takes on Oak Ridge High School at the TISD Stadium tonight at 6:30 p.m. for their second playoff game. The Lady Coogs...

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Opinion: Limiting travel for spring break
Opinion: Limiting travel for spring break
Desi Beireis , Senior Writer • February 25, 2021

Spring break is just around the corner and with it comes a very stressful time due to the possible spread of COVID-19 as well as many families...

Opinion: Be aware of suicide warning signs
Carly Beleau, Photo Editor • September 21, 2020
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For some students, gaming can be profitable.
Students turn hobbies into paying jobs
Lucas Botello, Senior Writer • February 25, 2021

There is more than one way to make money than to get a regular or part-time job. A few students at Tomball have turned their love for video games...

How Texas will proceed with Covid-19
Grace Lynch, Senior Writer • January 19, 2021
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