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Lashley Legacy

Lashley Legacy

Clay Stone, Managing Editor

October 26, 2018

For the last six years, North Platte girl's golf has had a familiar name near the top of the ranks. Lashley. It started with the serious, and competitive oldest sister Morgan. Three-time State qualifier, two-time medalist, and North Platte Telegraph Golfer of the Year, she set the bar high for her sisters...

The caffeine craving crisis

Starbucks barista Emily Hendren hands sophomore Maya Lashley her coffee.

Sophia Chingren, News Editor

October 26, 2018

Hey North Platte HIGH. There’s a drug out there that’s legal for everyone to use. In fact, most of the general population uses it daily without even realizing it. It’s called caffeine. Caffeine is the perfect drug for a high school student - cheap, legal, and available pretty much everywhere. Some...

Comeback from cancer

The Girard family gathers around a table in celebration of Abbey’s 13th Birthday on Nov. 20, 2016.

Morgan Fischer, Social Media Editor and Advertising Editor

October 26, 2018

Unexpected. Unexplainable. Unanticipated. All of these are words you could use to describe unfortunate events. You may assume nothing bad is going to happen in your seemingly safeguarded life. It's difficult to imagine that a terrifying car wreck, a fatal illness, or sudden financial instability could...

You’re on the clock

The new North Platte escape room,

Jakob Fisher, Editorial Cartoonist

October 26, 2018

Imagine being locked in a room and hearing, “Put it back, put it back!,” and “This is why he said, ‘Don’t touch the props!’” As part of a trade with “The Vault,” I was able to experience an escape room first hand from their “Last Days of Wonder” room. For those who have never...

Grand marching band

The marching band warms up before the football game on Oct. 12. This was some musicians last time marching on Bauer Field.

Gracia Lantis, Online Media Editor

October 26, 2018

As State marching band of her senior year quickly approached, senior Hannah Armstrong reminisced on the last three years of marching band. Armstrong was hopeful for a superior, which is the best rank a band can receive. “I think if we can stay focused in practice that we can bump it up to the points...

Former NPHS student charged with homicide

Former NPHS student charged with homicide

Ainsley Nichols, Managing Editor

October 26, 2018

A former North Platte High School teen is one of two defendants accused of murdering a 22-year-old man in Centennial Park last month. Brayden Turner and Jesus Martinez, both 16, have been charged with first-degree felony murder and use of a firearm to commit a felony. Lincoln County Attorney Rebecca Harlin...

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