Students help students

Amanda Egland, News Assistant

January 5, 2017

  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

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

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

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

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...

New clubs impact school, world

Leah Schmidt, Entertainment Assistant

January 5, 2017

This year LHS welcomed three new clubs: sign language club, meme club, and SAVE club -- allowing students to express themselves in new ways by focusing on what they feel passionate about. Sign language club, under adviser...

Police make LHS robbery arrest

Amanda Egland, News Assistant

October 31, 2016

Police took James Dudley into custody Oct. 28 in connection to LHS thefts earlier this month. According to Detective Nick Eylar, police arrested Dudley on three counts of burglary and one count of possession of stolen property....

Kardashian-West robbed at gunpoint

Amanda Egland, New Assistant

October 28, 2016

For year, it seemed as if reality star Kim Kardashian-West was untouchable, with her $51 million price tag. But on Oct. 3, French authorities reported that Kardashian-West was robbed while staying at a private apartment in Paris. ...

Food pantry offers assistance to families

Amanda Egland, News Assistant

October 28, 2016

For LHS families in need, LHS has a food pantry available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.   Students and their parents or guardians can access the pantry, by contacting the student’s counselor.   “No...

New high school plans escalate with bond election

Jonika Ringling, Ediotr in Chief

October 28, 2016

Board members took unanimous action  to build a new high school rather than renovate the current high school in their September meeting.   The upcoming bond election for the new high school will take place in March, and ....

Sophomores look forward, seniors look back

Annabelle Ady, Features Assistant

October 28, 2016

For sophomores and seniors, Lewiston High School can look like a very different place. Seniors talked with the Purr to look back through their years at LHS and give advice to sophomores.   From senior Jade Fischer’s view,...

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