Questions with Katie: Varsity cheer goes national

Katie Swift, Features Editor

February 2, 2017

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 Sydnee Soderberg, senior varsity cheerleader at LHS, has been cheering since eighth grade. With her coach also doubling as her aunt, she was in the world of cheer long before tryouts started in junior high. There’s only a...

Women march across nation, Palouse

Annabelle Ady, Features Assistant

February 2, 2017

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About 2,500 people gathered at the Women’s March on the Palouse at East City Park in Moscow, Saturday, Jan. 21. The local event reflected the national trend of Women’s Marches across the world that day.    According to...

Golden Throne throwbacks

Sandra Kinney, Features Assistant

February 2, 2017

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   The Golden Throne rivalry between Clarkston and Lewiston high schools has been brewing for 23 years, and the shade continues to be thrown. As serious as the event is, humor still surfaces in the rivalry.    One hilarious...

LHS students set sights on professional bowling career

Braeden Keane, Sports Assistant

February 2, 2017

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 Davin Jackson, senior, spent the last 14 years bowling, and the last four years with the LHS bowling team.   His interest in bowling all started back at the age of 3. Growing up, he watched his older brother, Daven Jackson,...

Questions with Katie: Haley Heaton explores space career

Katie Swift, Features Editor

January 5, 2017

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  Haley Heaton, a senior at LHS, took an online course second semester of her junior year. This may be typical of many other juniors, but Haley was one of the top students in her class, chosen to participate in a one-week summer...

A Wonderful White Christmas unites rivals

Jacey Bacon, Opinion Editor

January 5, 2017

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For the first time ever, the Lewiston and Clarkston high school drama programs came together to perform a joint production, Dec. 1-10, in the CHS auditorium. The holiday show called It’s a Wonderful White Christmas Story...

Get to know LHS Associated Student Body officers

Sandra Kinney, Features Assistant

January 5, 2017

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From assemblies to Golden Throne, the leaders of LHS Associated Student Body provide a crucial pillar in holding up the school. To introduce the current officers, ASB president, senior Will Wilson, is assisted by vice...

Alexis Hayes leaves pool after nine successful years

Katie Swift, Features Editor

January 5, 2017

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At LHS, sports are widely supported and paid large attention to throughout the school year. We see high school sports in the Tribune nearly every weekend, we hear about it in the bulletin, and we take time out of our school days...

Clown sightings scary, but legal

Katie Swift, Features Editor

October 28, 2016

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Clowns: they make appearances at the fair, at birthday parties, in movies, and lately, they have been spotted wandering the streets across the United States. Clown sightings have been reported in at least 10 states, including Id...

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