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LCSC announces summer concert series

LCSC announces summer concert series

From LCSC:


Lewis-Clark State College is once again offering a series of free summer concerts, with the public welcome to attend.

 

Lewiston singer lands private audition for The Voice

Lewiston singer lands private audition for The Voice

Music has been a part of Chad Bramlet's life since he can remember. And now, music is taking him all the way to a private audition for the Emmy Award-winning television show, "The Voice." The 33-year-old Lewiston man says he is officially scheduled for the audition on June 22nd.

Inslee names April National Poetry Month in honor of Oso

Inslee names April National Poetry Month in honor of Oso

Governor Jay Inslee has declared April National Poetry Month in Washington and is hoping the state will use poetry as a way to send solace and well wishes to the communities affected by the mudslide in Oso.

Students invited to Doodle for Google

Students invited to Doodle for Google

Google is calling all kids to enter the 2014 Doodle for Google competition. Students from kindergarten to 12th grade are invited to enter their doodles interpreting the theme “If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place…”

Clarkston school awarded $10,000 in instruments

Clarkston school awarded $10,000 in instruments

From the Clarkston School District:


Grantham Elementary School in Clarkston will soon receive several musical instruments, thanks to The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation.

Clarkston grad returns as theater advisor

Clarkston grad returns as theater advisor

A Clarkston High School graduate with a passion for theatre has returned to his alma mater as the new theatre advisor. Kyle Rustebakke, who graduated from CHS in 2007, will be responsible for the school's theatre productions - including this week's production of "Almost, Maine" - as well as a spring senior showcase.

Idaho students invited to enter Holiday Card Contest

Idaho students invited to enter Holiday Card Contest

From the Idaho State Department of Education:


Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna invites elementary students across Idaho to participate in the annual Holiday Card Contest.