The Bulldogger

Football family

A brotherhood for NPHS junior
Stephanie Domingo, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

Most people at North Platte High School have participated in a sport, whether it was on a team, for gym class, or just for fun. There are a lot of people who have a passion for being on a team without...

Anezca Bannink playing guitar and singing in a band called Fusion. Anezca and her band played in cafes and school functions or any local events that popped up. Photo courtesy of Anezca Bannink

An African in America

Abbe McCoy, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

Moving your entire life from one country to another would be life changing. Junior Anezca Bannink moved from Pretoria, South Africa to the United States of America in 2018.  Pretoria is one of the...

Graduates of the class of 2018 eagerly await their turn to get their diploma. File

An early goodbye to Bulldog country

How to graduate in December
Maria Garcia September 28, 2018

Out of the 276 students who received their diploma last year, 15% completed their graduation requirements prior to December 2017. Early graduation is a process offered by the school that allows seniors...

Junior Autumn Brinker in the nursery for her baby, Athena, to be born in March.

“It makes me more motivated,”

Said junior Autumn Brinker, who is expecting a baby girl in March.
Haley McKain, Co-Editor in Chief January 26, 2018

According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a total of 229,715 babies were born to women aged 15–19 years old in 2015, for a birth rate of 22.3 babies per 1,000 women in this age group....

North Plattes Braiden Ruffin wrestles against Braden Trimble of Millard South in his championship match on February 18, 2017.

Shattering Standards

Will Stone, Sports Editor March 1, 2017

Braiden Ruffin, champion again. After finishing his junior season with just two losses, the North Platte junior topped the podium at the CenturyLink Center. As one of five NPHS wrestlers at this year’s...

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

Temporary home
Ainsley Nichols, Managing Editor December 2, 2016

Junior Tommaso Mostarda was interested in becoming an exchange student because he wanted to learn more about the culture of the United States. Someday, he would like to move to the U.S. He is originally...

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