Ulrich wins Mr.LHS

Anabelle Ady, Reporter

February 17, 2016

The annual Mr. LHS competition for senior boys took place in the LHS auditorium Jan. 29 at 7 p.m., and Mason Ulrich won first place and won the title of Mr.LHS. The first runner up was Logan Chase and the second runner up...

Teen photos spark concern

Jonika Ringling, News Editor

February 17, 2016

In mid-December at Jenifer Junior High School (JJHS), staff, parents and teens experienced a problem with explicit photos of students in circulation throughout the freshman class. At least 12 students participated in having,...

LCSC day of service to host music groups, candle light walk

Kelsey Middleton, News Assistant

January 15, 2016

For Martin Luther King Junior & Idaho Human Rights Day Jan. 18, Lewis-Clark State College will host its annual day of service. Monday members of the community can gather with the LCSC faculty, staff, and students...

Bengals win Clearwater Classic

Kaitlyn Hinkley, Reporter

January 15, 2016

  Lewiston placed first at the Clearwater Classic wrestling tournament Jan. 2 at Booth Hall. The closest team trailed Lewiston by 55 points. “You just have to bring the intensity to the mat,” Cody Cromer, junior, said...

Senior projects focus on fitness

Gabby Austin, Copy Editor

January 15, 2016

Alex Hansen: Importance of physical education Q: Please describe your senior project and its effects on the community. A: It shows the importance of physical health in young children and to show schools that cutting physical...

Student Olympians take on annual event

Jonika Ringling, News Editor

November 24, 2015

At the Bengal Olympics Friday Oct. 16 students and teachers battled in multiple competitions. The Crochet Club beat its all time fundraising record by $58 in the 25th and final year or raffling off the Bengal afghan. The...

Finding a sub, not made easy

Kelsey Middleton, News Assistant

November 18, 2015

Last year, Lewiston School District switched to finding substitute teachers for classes in need substitutes on a website called Aesop. Aesop recently made an app called Jobulator. In the end it adds up to about $50 a year....

District boosts bandwidth

Jonika Ringling, News Editor

November 10, 2015

This year the bandwidth at Lewiston High School’s Wi-Fi increased to support the growing number of wireless devices on the campus. With increased Wi-Fi bandwidth, the possibility of Lewiston High School moving towards...

Volunteers rebuild Castle Park

Kelsey Middleton, News Assistant

November 10, 2015

Over the past couple of years the students at McGhee Elementary School have been organizing fundraisers to raise money to build a new play structure where the Emrich, also known as Castle Park, stands. Judy Fong had set up...

Dr. Donaldson addresses tests, construction

Jonika Ringling, News Editor

November 10, 2015

In a press conference, with the Bengal’s Purr, Lewiston Independent School District’s Superintendent Dr. Robert Donaldson, important student information was regarding upcoming changes. It is still unknown whether ISAT...

Administrators give words of wisdom

Paige Schumacher, Managing Editor

November 10, 2015

In their first Purr interview of the school year, administrators Kevin Driskill, Chad Arlint and Corey Williams highlighted the school’s future, senior projects and advice for sophomores. Administrators reported that...

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