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December 18, 2019

Teachers battle for food drive

Wendy Guo, News Assistant

December 18, 2019

Every year around the holidays, LHS students and staff hold a food drive to donate to those less fortunate. This year’s food drive began Dec. 2 and ends Dec. 20, with new changes made to how and where students donate food....

Locomotive Park continues to be town favorite

Wendy Guo, News Assistant

December 18, 2019

The Lewiston-Clarkston community gathered Saturday, Nov. 23, for the annual tradition of the lighting ceremony at Locomotive Park on Main Street in downtown Lewiston. Dancers from River City Dance, Dance Dynamics and Footnotes...

Christmas lights come to the valley

Wendy Guo, News Assistant

December 18, 2019

By Wendy Guo News Assistant    The 33rd annual Lighted Christmas Parade began its festivities Saturday, Dec. 7, on Sixth Street in Clarkston. From LHS, the marching band bundled up to perform in the parade.    “I...

Sernior Editors’ statement of correction

Abby Bower, Josie Hafer, Skylar Raymond, Senior Editors

December 18, 2019

On Thursday Oct. 31, The Bengal’s Purr published a story titled “Racism resurfaces at LHS following band incident.” In this story we stated that kids in band uniforms were observed chasing a minority student while yelling...

Yearbook seeks photos

Yearbook seeks photos

December 9, 2019

SAT scores in Idaho get lower and lower each year

Wendy Guo, Features Assistant

October 31, 2019

Idaho’s SAT scores are on a decline, according to data released by the College Board on Sept. 24.The scores for Idaho’s class of 2019 met a lower average than the previous year, decreasing by eight points and scoring an average...

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