Students display work at gallery, Manske sells

Josie Hafer, Opinion Assistant

May 18, 2018

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The LCSC Center for Arts ran its annual student art exhibit through the duration of Lewiston’s Dogwood Festival. The student art exhibit ran from April 3-28 and featured art from students at LHS, Jenifer and Sacajawea junior hig...

Annual Distinguished Young Women competition goes off with out a hitch

Skylar Raymond, Features Assistant

May 18, 2018

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After weeks of preparing and practicing, 10 LHS junior girls took the stage April 14 for their final turn in the annual Distinguished Young Women competition.    The winner of the 2018-2019 DYW event for Lewiston was ...

Local bands work together to improve their sound

Skylar Raymond, Features Assistant

May 18, 2018

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High school bands from all over northwestern Idaho came to the LHS auditorium April 18 to perform for their regional competition.   Even though Lewiston’s band was by far the largest group, all of the bands worked ...

State candidates aim to help students

Josie Hafer, Opinion Assistant

May 18, 2018

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  Students want change. They want reform; to see important issues brought to light. And -- from the view of two politicians who ran for the state primary elections May 15 -- Idaho government wants to help.    A.J. Balukoff ...

LHS Practices Lockdown

Eli Thomas, News Assistant

April 18, 2018

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Just 21 days after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, students at LHS viewed an informative video on about the school’s lockdown procedure. The video, created by Chad Arlint, assistant principal, had the motto...

Mock Trial competes

April 18, 2018

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Mock trial brief By Amanda Egland Co-Editor in Chief The Lewiston Mock Trial team made a quick trip to Boise to compete at Idaho Mock Trial state. The LHS team won one out of four of the preliminary rounds. Seniors,...

Lewiston votes to pass levy for funding

April 18, 2018

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Lewiston residents voted March 13 in favor of the Lewiston School District’s supplemental levy. This levy provides nearly 30 percent of the school district’s funding and is not affiliated with the cost of building the...

Students walk out in hope of change for the future

Abby Bower, News Assistant

April 18, 2018

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Students all around the nation staged walkouts at 10 a.m. March 14 to speak out about many things, including school safety and gun violence. While Lewiston High School was one of the schools to participate, organizers made...

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