Welcome to the Cactus Chronicle Radio Network!
The Cactus Chronicle Radio Network is produced by James Bourland's seventh period advanced journalism class. The goals of the Cactus Chronicle are to responsibly and ethically produce a public forum and a student centered print and online publication with the interest of parents, faculty, administration and staff.

We cover newsworthy items including but not limited to:
Magnet programs, interscholastic activities, daily campus life and community affairs.

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The Cactus Chronicle Radio Network Presents
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CCRN reporters Pascal Albright and Angelina Valezuela take a look at the 18th annual, THMS Film Festival,
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CCRN reporters Pascal Albright and Angelina Valenzuela look at the wording, money and ideas behind Arizona's controversial proposition.

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CCRN reporter Gene Martinez takes a look at Rocks and Ropes, and asks valedictorian Logan Miller how rock climbing helps him escape.

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Student at MLK Classic
CCRN reporters, Gene Martinez and Mitzzy Lopez, covered the Tucson High girl's basketball team in the 12th annual Martin Luther King (MLK) Basketball Classic, presented by Coaches for Charity on Friday, January 15.

Martinez and Lopez attended the MLK press conference at McKale Center on the University of Arizona campus, talking to seniors Marissa Miller and Alexis Cortez, along with head coach Annette Gutierrez. Click to listen!
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AZ Merit scores were released late November, giving the school a baseline for student scores. THMS faculty shared their thoughts on the scores and what impact the scores will have on the future of the school. Click to listen!
Administration, staff and clubs look to enforce a positive vibe at school: beautification through trash pick-up, and art.  Download the podcast!
Shirts, hoodies, flags, banners, you name it, digital printing can do it. Download the podcast! 
School Resource Officer Jose Higuera and Assistant Principal Carlos Armendariz are getting a message out to students: Drug consequences are steep. Download the podcast! 
It's the same, yet different. Ashley Rosas talks to a female wrestler about the similarities and differences in her sport. Download the podcast! 

Freshmen and sophomore girls lead in a not-so-good category: fighting. Download the podcast! 
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