Graduation cords for all?

Gabby Austin, Copy Editor

February 17, 2016

Coming up on Feb. 26 LHS will be working with Red Cross to host a blood drive for LHS students for the second time this year. Earlier this school year, on Oct. 23, LHS worked with the Red Cross to host its first blood drive...

Questions with Katie: Allie & Clay Edition

Katie Swift, Features Assistant

February 17, 2016

Allie Dominy, 17, and Clay Hatfield, 16, are both juniors at LHS. They have been a couple since May 26, 2014, about 1 year 8 months. They were selected for this story because I have been in multiple classes with them and have Clay...

Uptmor coaches notable JV basketball seasons

Trevan Pixley, Sports Assistant

January 15, 2016

With all the hype around the LHS varsity teams and their annual matchup with Clarkston at the Golden Throne, it’s hard to pay attention to much else. However, the last two seasons Lewiston’s JV boy’s basketball team has...

Whose fault? Asphalt!

Whose fault? Asphalt!

November 18, 2015

Thompson balances rock, school

Tony Murillo, Entertainment Editor

November 12, 2015

The Pacific Northwest brews plenty of talent in many different fields. Education and music aren’t always a typical pairing, but Jenifer Junior High Freshman English teacher, Will Thompson does both. Both have deep roots ...

Byrer goes the distance

Trevan Pixley, Sports Assistant

November 9, 2015

A race against time, a true test of endurance in athletics. Cross country truly motivates its participants to practice and succeed in its race towards the gold. A cross country meet can vary between 25 to even as much as 40...

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