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Sophia Walsh

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

Hi, I’m Sophia Walsh. I’m the Editor-In-Chief for The Bulldogger and I have been a part of the newspaper staff for four years. In the span of my newspaper career I have won awards for my work, including 1st place for photography, 4th place for In-Depth Coverage, and an Excellent in newspaper layout. A few more facts about me are: My favorite food is Thai green curry and my favorite show is The Witcher on Netflix.

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[PHOTO] Fix your health

Nathenial Crow, Arts & Entertainment Editor
March 26, 2021
This weeks COVID-19 risk dial. The dial was updated by the West Central Health Department on March 19.

COVID-19: A year in review

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
March 26, 2021
Junior Jack Bunger holds the awarded, bulldog inspired  guitar.

Gifted guitar

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
March 26, 2021
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[PHOTO] Tony Booth

March 9, 2021
Pages of the coloring book laid out, ready to be combined.

Coloring Book

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
February 26, 2021
Senior Caedmon Hoaglund looks to the audience as he sings while his character’s peers talk among themselves in the background. This year’s musical production is the story of a semi-distopian school system that heavily ranks students, causing tension and anger between the Above and Below average students. This is the musical’s first year being performed by any anyone, giving NPHS students the freedom to mold their own way with their characters. “It’s easier for me to create [characters] from scratch than it is to know who they are, because then you have you have expectations that you need to follow through with,” said senior Faith Miller.

Getting “Ranked”

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
February 26, 2021
Sophomore Tony Booth poses in his orange outfit to match his energy drink.

[PHOTO] Energy Drink Matchup

Damion Howell, Staff Writer
February 26, 2021
A close up of Priscila Mondragons fruit cup

[PHOTO] You never know until you try it.

Nathenial Crow, Arts & Entertainment Editor
February 26, 2021
Arts and Entertainment editor Nathenial Crow poses with a rose.

[PHOTO] Love is in the air

Nathenial Crow, Arts & Entertainment Editor
February 1, 2021
Senior Callen Zurn loads the last few 
boxes, from a semi, onto a conveyor belt to
be scanned and distributed into the 
UPS delivery trucks.

Lifting his own weight

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
February 1, 2021
North Platte Toys and More Tattoo example

[PHOTO] Inking up for the cars

Aliya VanMeter, Staff Writer
February 1, 2021
Nurses working hard to distribute the vaccination.

[PHOTO] The Vaccine for ’19

Natalie Deardoff, Sports Editor
February 1, 2021
Senior Brent Hanson practices with sophomore Izaak Ochsner after school.

Speech competes online

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
December 17, 2020
Toys on display at the local Walmart in North Platte.

[PHOTO] Be an angel

Chloe Walchesky, Social Media Editor
December 17, 2020
Nathenial Crow reviews Disney Pluss live-action Mulan (2020) movie and said its uniquely entertaining.

[PHOTO] Mulan still has the magic.

Nathenial Crow, Arts & Entertainment Editor
December 17, 2020
Cheer captains Haeley Folk and Lauren Ginn perform during their 6:15 a.m. practice with their team on Nov. 11.

Shifting perceptions

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
November 20, 2020
Elf: a One Act production

Elf: a One Act production

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
November 20, 2020
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[PHOTO] Black Friday COVID Edition

Abbe McCoy, Staff Writer
November 20, 2020
As of October 29, there are close to 600 active COVID-19 cases in the West Central District Health Department service area.

Red no longer means remote

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief
October 30, 2020
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