• Shaking things up with Shakespeare
    Entertainment

    Shaking things up with Shakespeare

    Josie Koubek, Staff Writer

    October 12, 2017

    All freshmen are required to read “Romeo and Juliet.” The class of 2021 got a different experience. They saw the play performed by the Nebraska Shakespeare Company live in the PAC on Oct 5. “It was more lively than the movie. It was acted in person, which made me feel more connected to ...

    The clothes and props used in this adaption of "Romeo and Juliet" are based on a dystopian theme.

    Quincey Epley

  • Taking a Stand
    Opinion

    Taking a Stand

    Bulldogger Staff

    October 12, 2017

    Our opinions are our own. However, we understand the complex. We also understand that this is a country based on symbols: the flag, the national anthem, the bald eagle and the red, white, and blue. We also understand that some people feel disrespected by certain NFL players kneeling for the national...

  • All means all
    People

    All means all

    Haley McKain, Co-Editor in Chief

    October 12, 2017

    “My classroom is not a classroom; my classroom is a home,” said special education teacher Amy McBeain. The Transition House is a program operated out of an actual house for North Platte High School special education students until they turn 21. It helps students with independent living skill...

    Jared Snyder goes over the calendar for the week with paraprofessional Cindy Stark. He said his favorite place to work through the Transition House program is at Wild Bills.

    Quincey Epley

  • Spinning out of control
    Opinion

    Spinning out of control

    Ainsley Nichols, People Editor

    October 12, 2017

    Avery Munson The Earth is dying. It’s our fault, kind of. Unless you have been living under a rock your entire life, you have probably heard of global warming and climate change. Global warming is the gradual temperature rise on Earth, and climate change is the overall term for all the changes that ar...

    After Hurricane Irma passed over Florida, this abandoned ship full of mannequins, named Cuki, washed ashore on Melbourne Beach. It is believed it came from the Florida Keys and made its way up the east coast.

    Steen Nichols

  • Making memories at Memorial Stadium
    Sports

    Making memories at Memorial Stadium

    Quincey Epley, Photography Editor

    October 1, 2017

    “Every kid grows up and they want to either go to Memorial Stadium or play in it, and we’ve gotten the chance to do both,” said senior Caden Comer. On September 30, the North Platte High School football team got to play against Lincoln Southwest High School at Memorial Stadium. The final s...

    The Bulldogs come into the stadium ready for kick-off.

    Quincey Epley

  • HATers gonna hate
    People

    HATers gonna hate

    Thomas Hoatson, Layout Editor

    September 21, 2017

       “It started off as a joke and now it’s a real deal,” said junior Drew Phillips. Unimpressed, by this year’s official homecoming themes, Phillips and his friend decided to create their own. “It all started with somebody tweeting that they didn’t like the Hoco themes, and one of the che...

    Juniors Clay Johnson, Nick Bocott, Keifer Smith, Zeb Burke, Tate Anderson, Carter Davidson, Mitchell Walters, and Miles Morrell wearing jorts (jean shorts) on Thursday, September 21.

    Thomas Hoatson

People

Meet the New Assistant Principal

Meet the New Assistant Principal

Ainsley Nichols, People Editor

Micah Fisher How old are you? 28 years old. Where are you from? I came here from South Sioux City, ...

October 12, 2017No Comments

September Teacher of the Month

September Teacher of the Month

Ainsley Nichols, People Editor

William Broeckelman Math Teacher What is the dumbest way you’ve ever been injured? My dog pull...

October 12, 2017No Comments

All means all

All means all

Haley McKain, Co-Editor in Chief

“My classroom is not a classroom; my classroom is a home,” said special education teacher Am...

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Entertainment

Shaking things up with Shakespeare

Shaking things up with Shakespeare

Josie Koubek, Staff Writer

All freshmen are required to read “Romeo and Juliet.” The class of 2021 got a different exper...

October 12, 2017

Jake’s Take on the Murderous Barber

Jake’s Take on the Murderous Barber

Jake Reed, Entertainment Editor

People tend to get more excited about the musical productions at our school, which is good and all, because...

October 12, 2017

Gettin’ Spooky with it

Gettin’ Spooky with it

Avery Munson, Online Editor, TeSports Editor

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October 12, 2017

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