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Ainsley Nichols

Ainsley Nichols, Managing Editor

Class of 2019. Here for a good time.

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A report on reality

A report on reality

March 29, 2019
Senior Jenna Hoover hopes to combine her love of interior design and YouTube.

YouTube by design

January 25, 2019
This picture is the one that comes to mind when I think of my mom.

Growing up with grief

December 20, 2018
Seniors Alecea Comer (left) and Aniston Manzano unload cans during the “senior parade” at the NPHS canned food drive on Nov. 16.

A significant role

November 30, 2018
Students fill out the sign out sheet at the front of North Platte High School. Senior Daphanie Ham thinks the sign out system is inconvenient. “It’s ridiculosly unorganized,” she said. However, the administration remains optimistic. “It takes a little bit of time to get these things in place,” superintendent Ron Hanson said.

Safer security

September 28, 2018
New beginnings

New beginnings

May 11, 2018
Is terror our new normal?

Is terror our new normal?

December 15, 2017
One of the best decisions I’ve made was to take student council. Livingston said.

Outstanding Stu Co

December 15, 2017
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.

Spinning out of control

October 12, 2017
Freshman Baylee Steele has been golfing competitively for around three years, but she began golfing in elementary school. “I first picked up a club in second or third grade, but I didn’t realize how much I liked it until sixth grade,” she said.

Steele-ing the Show

September 15, 2017

Time for the Thimes

April 7, 2017
Prom Details

Prom Details

March 29, 2017

New food pantry at NPHS

February 3, 2017
Along with hunting and reading, Italian exchange student Tommaso Mostarda also enjoys art. “I’m involved in art club right now. I’m pretty good at drawing,” he said.

Casa temporanea

December 2, 2016
“Music changed my life,” said Cahill as he practiced his alto saxophone, the instrument he qualified for All-State with. He also plays an additional 13  instruments.

The Sound of Music

November 4, 2016
For Pedersen, it’s been easy to make friends, though they differ from his friends back home. “It’s a different kind of country and it’s a different kind of friends,” he said.

Midlertidig hjem

November 4, 2016
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