Painting history gold since 1995

Sandra Kinney, Co-Editor in Chief

January 31, 2018

Filed under Feature, Flashback

By Sandra Kinney Co-Editor in Chief The staff, students and families of Lewiston and Clarkston high schools have been participating in the much anticipated Golden Throne since 1995. During the establishment of the event,...

Hilarious work-spouse disputes: Platonic love of “Dautrey”

Sandra Kinney, Co-Editor in Chief

January 31, 2018

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By Sandra Kinney Co-Editor in Chief Lewiston High School teachers Billy Autrey and Matthew Dabbs have kicked off the new year with their budding platonic romance as fiery and passionate as ever. While the two of them...

A Mystical Experience

Alexx wren, Feature/entertainment assistant

January 12, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Feature

Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. at Mystic Cafe performers, poets and other forms of art are welcomed into the cafe to share their talents with a live audience. Some performers are poets and share beautifully written poems about...

2017’s memorable Dad jokes

Amanda Egland, Co Editor in Chief

December 15, 2017

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Every morning at approximately 7:57 AM, the ears of students at Lewiston High School are graced with ASB president, Mason “Toad” Bartholemi’s “Dad Jokes”. Below is a list of student and faculty favorites. 5.Why don’t...

Civic Theater Cold Case” Tragic Theories

Alexx Wren, Features Assistant

November 17, 2017

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Background: Five victims disappeared in the 1970s in the neighborhood of the Lewiston Civic Theatre building. Now three victims have been found and two cases still remain unsolved, according to local news reports and a new documentary....

Behind the Scene at Dutch Bros. for 2 weeks

Alexx, Features Asistant

October 27, 2017

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Joe Anderson 17, from Lewiston High Senior High School, had the opportunity to work at Dutch Bros for approximately 2 weeks. Anderson was in a work program, and was out of jobs to do for a period of time. His boss asked him if...

A caring personality that impacts students

Loretta Tuell, Features Assistant

October 26, 2017

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Alex Rhea’s humorous personality shines through when he jokes about how he landed in Lewiston. “I threw a dart at a globe, and it landed on Idaho” he said. Rhea loves the valley for the weather, lack of humidity, and...

Memories from a yearlong trip that will last a lifetime

Sandra Kinney, Co Editor in Chief

October 26, 2017

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Six new foreign exchange students from different walks of life have joined the Lewiston High School family this year. These students are Jonas Brochhausen, Aukrarachai Chatchaidet, Virginia Fantaccini, Aurelie Jacqmin, Pitchayapa...

ASB leaders kick off school year with big plans for the future

Sandra Kinney, Co-Editor in Chief

September 22, 2017

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Lewiston High School’s 2017-2018 Associated Student Body (ASB) officers have started the year off with a bang. The new officers include ASB President Mason Bartholomei, Vice President Brooke Chase, Secretary Eden Gibbs...

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