Overlooked civil war in Yemen: Politics that lie within

Jon Wilcoxson, Opinion Assistant

September 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Today, when many people think of Middle Eastern conflicts they think of Iraq, Syria, or Afghanistan. However, one conflict many are not aware of is the civil war currently being fought in Yemen. On paper, it appears to...

New app aides social destruction

Amanda Egland, Co Editor in Chief

August 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

I refuse to slide up, or post a comment. I refuse to take part in an online world that is so far from reality it is sickening. Taking away all consequences for social interactions, is setting the stage for cyber-bullying and hate...

Ringling Rings In: Judge yourself before others

Jonika Ringling, Editor-in-chief

May 31, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As we leave behind this chapter in our lives, we must remember and embrace the fact that all individuals are different and it’s not a bad thing. Individuality should be regarded as the most beautiful human quality. If it...

Bacon Bits: Graduates need new experiences

Jacey Bacon, Opinion Editor

May 31, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Graduates, please, give yourself the opportunity to make mistakes. Give yourself the opportunity to do stupid things that result in wisdom and great stories to tell years from now. You only live once, so do yourself a favor...

Aggression, made in China?

Jon Wilcoxson, Reporter

March 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Should the international community continue to conduct exchanges with China when it actively disregards international law? The answer is a flat no. China, the peace-loving nation, right? Dead. Wrong. The makings of an end-of-days...

Schools Starting Later Results in Better Performances

Devany Lyons, News Assistant

March 3, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Should high schools start later in the morning? This has been a question asked by many, and the answer is yes. Not only would it be better for the students, but it would be better for the school staff as well. Most...

Will it break the bank?

Jacey Bacon, Opinion Editor

February 23, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

According to yeslhs.com the median home value in the Lewiston School District is $184,500. This means that, to fund a new school, the projected contribution for property owners will be $1.38 per $1,000 of taxable value. The...

Yes LHS? Letter to the editor

February 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The first time I ever voted was in 2013. Not for President, not for Congress, not for Senator or even Governor, rather, for the Lewiston School Board. I missed the presidential election in 2012 by three days and I am so glad...

Bacon Bits: Out-of-district students earn respect

Jacey Bacon, Opinion Editor

February 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

I can’t count how many times I have explained to my peers and teachers that I am from Lapwai but that I completed open enrollment requirements to attend school in Lewiston. Lewiston is just a better fit for me. After five years...

LHS students set sights on professional bowling career

Braeden Keane, Sports Assistant

February 2, 2017

Filed under Feature, Opinion

 Davin Jackson, senior, spent the last 14 years bowling, and the last four years with the LHS bowling team.   His interest in bowling all started back at the age of 3. Growing up, he watched his older brother, Daven Jackson,...

Editorial: Disagree with respect

Jacey Bacon, Opinion Editor

January 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

In light of recent events some may believe this is a bleak time for the nation, and possibly for democracy. But no matter what someone thinks of the political or national atmosphere, this should not be seen as a bleak time for...

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