Project Guzman results in phenomonal success

Annabelle Ady, Entertainment Reporter

April 19, 2016

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  English projects are viewed as boring by many students because there is not much room for self-expression. But LHS English teacher Ricky Guzman has found a way to change that within his classroom by giving students the chance...

Senior projects cover suicide, bodybuilding, elderly exercise

Lydia Powell, Features Reporter

April 19, 2016

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Harley Decius: Suicide impacts survivors Q: What is your senior paper topic? A: Survivors of suicide. Q: Describe your senior project and its effects on the community. A: I am interviewing and surveying people who have been...

Trump for president 2k16

Lydia Powell, Reporter

April 19, 2016

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Many controversies reside over our next U.S. president and who it should be. One of the most notorious presidential candidates is Republican, Donald Trump. Some people think he’s a terrible human being and that he may have...

Students request more work

Annabae 80, Entertainment Reporter

April 19, 2016

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Students have too much free time on their hands. The only way for these slackers to be put in line is for teachers to assign an additional six hours of homework every day.   Imagine carrying around 60 lbs. of school work...

LHS receives new weight room

Jonnie 5, News Assistant

April 19, 2016

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LHS is getting a new weight room. Students now no longer have to pack themselves into a tiny, dirty place. The new room will feature 25 platforms, ensuring a maximum number of two people per platform. The room will also be built...

Tupac resurrects, reveals rapper’s secrets

Trayvon Pixie, Sports Assistant

April 19, 2016

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BREAKING NEWS -- One of the greatest rappers of all time, Tupac Shakur, was found alive this spring in Viuda Island, a resort island in Peru almost 20 years after he was pronounced dead Sept. 13, 1996. In an exclusive interview...

Senior projects take on make-up, radiology, demetia

Lydia Powell, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2016

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Gavin Smith: Dementia and Alzheimer's treatments Q: What is your senior paper topic? A: How to ward off Dementia and Alzheimer's disease, primarily through mental processes. Q: Describe your senior project and its effects...

Varnardo takes over mid-year as tech teacher

Kinsey Richardson, Editor in Chief

February 17, 2016

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Terri Varnado, originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has been teaching for almost three decades and has recently joined the staff of LHS at the beginning of second semester, replacing Dr. Will Jones, who retired in June 2015....

Graduation cords for all?

Gabby Austin, Copy Editor

February 17, 2016

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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

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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

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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

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