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Clay Stone

Clay Stone, Managing Editor

Clay Stone.

Senior.

This is my fourth year in journalism.
I love space, and I will throw down against anyone who tells me that it isn't real. Maybe I'll be an astronaut someday.
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How the recent outbreak of COVID-19 has affected North Platte High School and its senior athletes.

Senior Soccer Season Shutdown

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
March 19, 2020
English teacher Jennifer Long holds a doll that she crocheted by hand. I had a friend at my previous job who crocheted, and I asked if she would teach me, said Long. She makes mostly dolls because thats what her friends and family want.

“Long” journey to North Platte

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
February 28, 2020
Junior Shemar Palmer demonstrates wearing a sick mask in school. Complete Family Health offers and recommends masks to people who have a bad cough.

The “Ill” effects

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
February 28, 2020
Junior Chase Leibhart coaches and practices block starts after a long practice. Leibhart is headed to State for the third time in as many years. He credits his hunger for getting better to the influence of his dad and brothers.

Chase-ing down a Leibhart legacy

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
January 31, 2020
The North Platte Bulldogs went one and one in their duals with Hastings and Scottsbluff. Junior Raymen Riley finished the first dual for the bulldogs with a pin against Scottsbluff. Over half of North Platte wrestlers pinned Bearcat wrestlers, including the lone senior of the team, Gus Kreber.

Dawgs split duals at home

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
January 13, 2020
Safety is in the forefront of the school districts mind right now. We want to add another level of security to the student situation, said Director of Communications for North Platte Public Schools Tina Smith. The vote for this levy will take place in March of 2020.

Levy Lengthening

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
December 19, 2019
An Adams Middle School student sits in a near-empty classroom. On Nov. 25, only seven students attended this class. I was a little nervous, but I figured it was a dry threat, said eighth-grader Allison Einspahr.

Safety in the school system

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
December 19, 2019
Allens grant was enough to purchase 250 books. I want to read all of these, she said.

Inside look at “The Book Nook”

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
November 22, 2019
Junior Blake Vaughn turns to meet his teammates after scoring in their game versus Fremont on September 13. Vaughn has punched in ten rushing touchdowns on the season.

NPHS Sports Trading Cards

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
October 28, 2019
Freshmen Daniel Shea and Kole Weigel though only six months apart share a 16 inch height difference. Im used to people judging me for my height, said Weigel. I just dont let it get to me.

The lows and highs of freshman size

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
September 27, 2019
Senior Codi Guerrieri hits her first serve against Hershey on March 26. North Platte placed second as a team in this home meet.

Big wins and bruised shins

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
April 26, 2019
A first time for everything

A first time for everything

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
February 22, 2019
Junior Kaden Ross (pictured above) competes in three sports, track, football, and basketball, with work and FCA on the side. “When you’re in activities the homework all adds up, and when I get home from practice, the last thing I want to do is stay up late doing homework,” Ross said. “Activities help me take my mind off of all the work.” Photo by Thomas Hoatson

Happens to the Stressed of Us

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
December 20, 2018
Senior Abbie Hedgecock drives down the court in the girl’s first scrimmage versus Gothenburg. “We have a really good chemistry. We can play with each other, criticize each other, but also really help each other out,” she said.

Winter Wind-Up

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
November 30, 2018
Intramural Interest?

Intramural Interest?

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
October 26, 2018
Lashley Legacy

Lashley Legacy

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
October 26, 2018
Is it Time for Bulldog Time?

Is it Time for Bulldog Time?

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
September 28, 2018
Leaving on Hiatt-us

Leaving on Hiatt-us

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
May 11, 2018
Bad Parking

Bad Parking

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
April 20, 2018
Dike Dresses Out

Dike Dresses Out

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
March 23, 2018
Dawgs dominate districts

Dawgs dominate districts

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
February 16, 2018
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The Rise of Rappers

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
January 26, 2018

Culture Shock

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
May 12, 2017
Advantage Dawgs

Advantage Dawgs

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
May 12, 2017
Steele and Neal: Concordia Bound

Steele and Neal: Concordia Bound

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
April 7, 2017
Freshman Madilyn Ayres in last year’s Light up the Night run. Last year the run raised just over $5,000.

Light up the Night

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
March 1, 2017
Time to ACT

Time to ACT

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
March 1, 2017
Dates gone wrong

Dates gone wrong

Clay Stone, Managing Editor
February 3, 2017
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