The Bulldogger

NPHS librarians set up decorations. They had up too four trees in the library. There were also elves hidden in the books.

Christmas Traditions

North Platte High plans the holidays.
Emmalynn Berry, Staff Writer December 19, 2019

As Christmas is quickly approaching, North Platte High students and staff prepare for the holidays.  Freshman Bryley Smith says her family always decorates a lot for Christmas. “My family’s actually...

Holiday Throw Down

Jakob Fisher, Editorial Cartoonist November 22, 2019

New year, new-trition

Morgan Fischer, Social Media Editor and Advertising Editor January 25, 2019

If you're having any regrets about all the carb-loaded, sugary foods you may have consumed this holiday season, you're not alone. According to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, the average weight...

A chart illustrating what NPHS students value

What do you value?

Harmony Myers, Staff Writer December 15, 2017

During the holiday season, people more often consider what they are grateful for. When asked what they value most in their lives, many students gave the generic answer you’d expect. That being “my...

10 Ways to Trick Out Your Trees This Christmas

10 Ways to Trick Out Your Trees This Christmas

Candy Cane Lane resident sophomore Becca Lindley offers tips for decking your halls in award winning style.
Savanna States, Staff Writer December 2, 2016

Buy a lot of decorations and put them up. Get crazy decorations, like the blow up ones, because they look cool. For lights, get the different colored ones, so it’s not all one color. Put the decorations...

One of the seven principles of Kwanzaa is umoja meaning unity, which is pictured by two intersecting ovals.

Happy Holidays from around the world!

Haley McKain, Co-Editor in Chief December 2, 2016

In 1966, the holiday Kwanzaa was created by an African-American political activist by the name of Maulana Karenga. Kwanzaa is celebrated Dec. 26-Jan. 1 by people of African decent. Each of the seven days...

Another near empty shelf at the Salvation Army. “We run out of canned beans, fruit, soup, peanut butter, pasta, mac n’ cheese, and canned meat easily,” said Hoaglund.

We CAN make a difference

Syble Heffernan, Editor in Chief November 4, 2016

“When I was a kid I would look at someone who was homeless and think they were uneducated or didn’t have good parents. There was a zero percent chance 20 years ago that I would’ve ever thought I’d...

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