The Bulldogger

The show must go on… even in a pandemic

Actors from the fall play,

Jonathan Dekleva, Spotlight Editor

September 24, 2020

The Coronavirus will not stop the fall play. North Platte student actors will perform "The Write Stuff" on Monday in the Performing Arts Center at 7:30. There are COVID regulations in place. Fall play sponsor David Cooper said the auditorium will be filled to a maximum of 75% capacity. All audience members...

“Heart broken by a screen” : The struggles of a poet in the modern age

Senior Jahmani Sterling sketching out an idea at the Espresso Shoppe. Sterling first preformed here in 2019 during an open mic night.

Chloe Walchesky, Social Media Editor

September 23, 2020

Typically high school students learn about poetry as a lesson and then never pursue it again. That’s not the case for senior football player and track standout Jahmani Sterling. In his free time, Sterling writes poetry and sketches in a small notebook that he carries in his pocket. “You let...

Gay-Straight Alliance meets at NPHS

Members of the North Platte High School GSA chat with each other before the meeting begins.

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

September 10, 2020

Inclusiveness is the goal for the North Platte High School's Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA). After school on Tuesday, the high school’s GSA met in the library for the first time this year.  The club hopes to host events throughout the year that not only serve the LGBTQ+ community but that raise aware...

Committed to the mission: Alex Cook’s transformation

Senior Alex Cook painfully crawls across a field by the mall.

Joe Stone, Staff Writer

September 10, 2020

Figuring out what to do with your life can be a tough decision for most students. For senior Alex Cook, this was no exception.  A few students know what they want to do from a young age, some don’t know until they are about to graduate. It took a lot of serious thinking for Cook to decide that ...

Orange or yellow, masks shouldn’t be optional.

North Platte Bulldogger staff poses for a picture on the first day while wearing masks.

Beckett Allen, Staff Writer

September 10, 2020

While wearing masks may be a controversy among society, it was a general consensus for the Bulldogger staff. They’re super uncomfortable, hot, and itchy; however they are very much necessary. The West Central District Health Department posts a COVID update every Thursday. A meter indicates where we stand as a community with the spread of the virus. In correlation with the scal...

Bulldogs win first home game

The Bulldog's Varsity Football team runs onto the field to kick off the game.

Natalie Haines, Correspondent

September 5, 2020

  The North Platte Bulldogs faced off with the Fremont Tigers on Friday. It was a battle of wits, a battle of muscle, and a battle to remember. The whole night, the Tigers and the Bulldogs fought for the upper hand. The Bulldogs claimed the first touchdown, and were answered by a 98-yard r...

Mask Review

Mask Review

Nathenial Crow, Staff Writer

September 3, 2020

This year a pandemic has caused a lot of problems. COVID-19 has made it very difficult for all of us. From canceling school, to masks that everyone has to wear. I have decided to review the best mask for us to wear. The Fabric/Washable mask: The Pros of this mask to me is it’s very comfortable to wear as it p...

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 seniors running that weren’t previously officers, a few more juniors were selected to be on the council....

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