The Bulldogger

Teacher makes a difference in students’ lives

Science teacher Scott King greets students in front of the school on Monday, Dec. 9. Monday's theme is always

Gracia Lantis, Online Media Editor

December 19, 2019

Morning people, non-morning people, meet Scott King, an NPHS science teacher. He may be a part of your daily morning routine without you realizing it. On a Monday morning, King clenches a whiteboard between two gloved hands. He pulls his stocking cap over his ears, smiles, and says, “Hi, how are...

Pass the bill, please!

Nebraska proposes a bill that would fully restore First Amendment rights to student journalists.

Gracia Lantis, Online Media Editor

December 19, 2019

Censorship is prevalent in communist countries. It happens in North Korea, China, Cuba, and Nebraska High Schools. Yes. You read that right.  In 1988, the Supreme Court ruled that student journalists are subject to a lower level of First Amendment protections in a case known as Hazelwood School District v....

Blue and gold scrimmage

Juniors Darian Diaz and Raymen Riley were pair against each other. Darian was excited to be back on the mats.

Jewels Zeiler, Feature Editor

December 4, 2019

Hungry for Success

Two wrestlers tie up at the first practice of the season at North Platte High School on Nov. 18.

Sierra Winder, News Editor

November 22, 2019

  “I haven’t eaten since Sunday and today is Thursday,” senior wrestler Dylan Nesslein said. Nesselein competitively wrestles on a traveling team and recently had a tournament over the weekend. “I just drink a bottle of water a day to keep decently hydrated and some chocolate milk,”...

The Complete Cheerleading Controversy

Cheerleaders encourage the football team during their annual homecoming game. The game took place on September 13th. Football player Zayden Guenin said,

Joe Stone, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

Making exciting posters and encouraging actual sports doesn’t boost the idea that cheerleading is a sport and I firmly believe it is not one. Lexico Dictionary defines the word sport as “an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another o...

Collecting cans council edition

Senior Savanna States carries cans into the dawg pound at the canned food drive on Nov. 15. The seniors had a point total of 46,819.

Aspen Nelson, Sports Editor

November 22, 2019

“It’s such a big day for all of us, and we all take on huge roles in the day,” said senior Savanna States. The North Platte High School student council hosted a canned food drive on Nov. 15 to collect cans and donate to local food pantries.  During the last week’s canned food drive, NP...

Parking Problems

A student car takes up multiple spaces in North Platte High School's parking lot on Nov. 13.  The parking trend started last year but has gained attention over the last week.

Aspen Nelson, Sports Editor

November 13, 2019

There are less parking spots available for North Platte High School students because a few have decided to take up multiple spots by parking sideways in the slots. Senior Chance Donohoe is one of the students who started to park like this, and it was because he was running late one day. “It started not as a big deal,” said Donohoe. When it became a problem, D...

Your wish is our command

NPHS Student Council presents the donation check of 10,000 dollars to the Make-A-Wish foudnation.

Aspen Nelson, Sports Editor

November 7, 2019

North Platte High School Student Council and the North Platte community are making wishes come true. NPHS Student Council has made the biggest donation to Make-A-Wish in the state of Nebraska for six years in a row. This year, a donation of $10,000 was made to the Make-A-Wish foundation and a trip ...

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