Money donated to Baldwin foundation

Trevan Pixley, Sports Editor

February 2, 2017

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The Golden Throne event is about more than just school spirit and basketball, with both schools playing and raising money for three charities. One charity that strikes especially close to home is Jackson’s Pay It Forward Foundation....

Donations to fund finding cancer cure

Grace Eller, Sports Assistant

February 2, 2017

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Created in memory of Scott Lynch, Lynch Up to Cure Cancer was one of the three organizations that Clarkston and Lewiston high schools picked to receive  money raised from the 2017 Golden Throne events.    Lynch passed away...

Funds to fill food bank shelves

Braeden Keane, Sports Assistant

February 2, 2017

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Money from spirit link donations will go to three charities this year, including the CHS and LHS school pantries. The LHS food pantry also received Golden Throne donations about three years ago. Money for the food pantry...

2016: The year to forget

Jonika Ringling, Editor-in-chief

January 5, 2017

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Zoo officials shot and killed 17-year-old western lowland gorilla, Harambe, May 28 in the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden after a 3-year-old boy fell into the gorilla's enclosure. Change.org ran a petition titled “Justice...

2016: The year to remember

Jonika Ringling, Editor in Chief

January 5, 2017

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The Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years with an 8-7, 10-inning Game 7 victory over the Cleveland Indians Nov. 2 at Progressive Field in CITY. The game lasted almost five hours which included a 4-run lead and...

State mandates civics test in schools

Jonika Ringling, Editor- in- chief

January 5, 2017

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Idaho sophomores, juniors and seniors took a citizenship test on Dec. 6 and 7 at LHS due to a new Idaho state graduation requirement.   According to government teacher Keith Stuffle, students can retake the test as many times...

Mr. LHS brings in crowd, cash

Grace Eller, Photo Editor

January 5, 2017

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Senior Will Wilson won the 2017 Mr. LHS competition Nov. 3, in the LHS auditorium, achieving one of his lifetime goals   “I've been watching Mr. LHS since I was in fourth grade,” said Wilson, who also serves as LHS Associated...

Students help students

Amanda Egland, News Assistant

January 5, 2017

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  Students and teachers from LHS homerooms will deliver Christmas baskets to 20 local families in need Friday, Dec. 16.   This year Rachel Evans and the LHS chapter of the National Honor Society will keep the project running...

Winter ball wins votes

Jonika Ringling, Editor-in-Chief

January 5, 2017

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The LHS winter ball will be held Jan. 21 at the Elks Lodge. Students chose the formal dance above a Sadie Hawkins dance and a cyber ball in an ecoballot poll in early Nov.   Out of 1,052 LHS students, 289 cast votes in...

Egland’s Best: Clubs provide diversity

Amanda Egland, News Assistant

January 5, 2017

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Respect and equality for all ethnicities, genders and sexualities have been major topics in the news recently.  However one topic has often been left out of the light -- respect for all interests and hobbies.   According...

LHS thief sentenced

Amanda Egland, News Assistant

January 5, 2017

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After a series of thefts at LHS in October, James Dudley was sentenced Dec. 1  to three to five years in prison.     The sentencing by Judge Jeff M. Brudie of Lewiston Second District Court was related to the LHS burglary...

Trump wins LHS vote

Amanda Egland, News Assistant

January 5, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion

Students at LHS and across the nation voted in a mock presidential election Nov.1, with Lewiston’s results differing from students around the nation. Republican candidate Donald Trump won LHS’s hypothetical election with...

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