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January Bulldogs of the month

January Bulldogs of the month

Nathenial Crow, Arts & Entertainment Editor February 1, 2021

If you were an artist, what would be the name of your first album? Baylee: "Drive for show putt for dough" Cameron: "Purple Gloop" If you were president for a day, what would your first order/rule/law...

A box of food in math teacher Emily Hasenauers classroom. The canned food drive started on November 16 and ended on November 30.

How we ‘can’ help fight hunger

The NPHS student council food drive
Jonathan Dekleva, Editor-In-Chief November 20, 2020

North Platte needs more food. The coronavirus has caused an economic crisis in our community, and student council wants you to help more than ever before.  Sponsor Ashley Werkmeister said more local...

North Platte High School students shout the yes! cheer during the fall sports pep rally at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 14.

School spirit and success

Fall sports pep rally
Sophia Walsh and Priscila Mondragõn October 14, 2020

North Platte High School students and staff gathered on Wednesday for the first pep rally of the year. Originally, the fall sports pep rally was supposed to take place about a month ago, but the postponed...

2020 NPHS student council announced

2020 NPHS student council announced

Beckett Allen, Staff Writer August 31, 2020

North Platte Student Council will look just a tad bit different this year. Aside from COVID precautions, there is also some disproportionate representation among the grades. With a smaller number of...

State send-off pep rally

State send-off pep rally

A pep rally was held at NPHS to recognize fall sports
Priscila Mondragon and Aspen Nelson October 24, 2019

Dawgs at State

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief October 26, 2018

  One school, four State qualifying sports teams. This year, North Platte High got the chance to send softball, tennis, cross country and girls golf to the Nebraska State competition. On...

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

Freshman Baylee Steele works to distinguish herself from her brother on the golf course.
Ainsley Nichols, Managing Editor September 15, 2017

For freshman Baylee Steele, golf is a lifestyle. “I plan on playing throughout my whole high school career and playing in college. It’s something that I’m very serious about,” said Baylee Steele....

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