The Bulldogger

Senior Jacob Godfrey poses in front of some of his collected items. These items include vintage comics and sports trading cards.

Beauty is in the eye of the cardholder

A look into a NPHS students collection
Beckett Allen, Staff Writer December 17, 2020

A piece of paper that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars may seem undesirable to most, but senior Jacob Godfrey views it differently.   From the age of 5, Godfrey developed a keen interest...

 Aerial view of the 43 production pods that sit just behind the hatcheries main building at the North Platte Fish Hatchery.

Reeling in conservation

North Platte produces fewer roe this year, due to the pandemic.
Chloe Walchesky, Social Media Editor December 8, 2020

If you've caught a fish between Kimball and Omaha, there's a strong chance that fish was born and raised in North Platte. “Walleye is the fish I catch the most in North Platte,” senior Kasch Morrison...

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

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

Jahmani Sterling senior, football player, and track standout reveals his poetic side.
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...

Time flies

Time flies

Guest writer senior Ciera Carlson writes the goodbye she couldn't give at school.
Ciera Carlson and Emmalynn Berry April 22, 2020
We live in uncertain times and none of us expected our senior year to end this way, but here we are. The past month has been a whirlwind of emotions, and I’ve had a lot of time to sit and reflect on my time at North Platte High School. Here are some of my thoughts…
Social media editor Gracia Lantis writes about her memories as fireflies that light her life.


Gracia Lantis, Online Media Editor April 9, 2020

[su_dropcap style="simple" size="5"]T[/su_dropcap]he distance from my brain to my mouth is shorter than the distance from my brain to my fingertips. I think that’s why I’m better at conveying messages...

Memes got me through high school

Memes got me through high school

Morgan Fischer, Social Media Editor and Advertising Editor April 29, 2019

As an innocent 14-year-old, my cliche teen movie obsession was on turned on full blast. As a result, my perception of high school was completely misconstrued. “These are the best years of your life”...

Parting is such sweet sorrow...

Parting is such sweet sorrow…

Avery Munson, Layout Editor April 26, 2019

Well here we are, the final story in a long, hectic journey through journalism. I never thought I would actually make it to write a senior goodbye. If it weren’t for my love of graphic design, getting...

Seniors Nathan Franz and Jared Gies and sophomore Shelby Yoshida warm up before a race, at their first meet in Scottsbluff on Saturday, March 23. The three of them also participated in Unified Bowling in the fall. Photo courtesy of Nathan Franz.

All for one

New inclusive sport at NPHS
Gracia Lantis, Online Media Editor March 29, 2019

North Platte High School is one of about 30 Nebraska schools to welcome unified track as the next inclusive sport, according to senior Nathan Franz. Still in its exhibition year, unified track is similar...

Teens and Tiaras

Teens and Tiaras

NPHS teen to compete for Miss Nebraska
Sophia Chingren, News Editor November 30, 2018

When you think of pageants, what comes to mind? Maybe it’s the glitz, the dresses and heels, or maybe it’s the glam, the hair and the makeup. However, that’s not all that goes into winning the sparkly...

The marching band warms up before the football game on Oct. 12. This was some musicians last time marching on Bauer Field.  The kids worked really hard this year together and had a real sense of unity, band director Brett Bradley.

Grand marching band

A senior says goodbye after State marching band
Gracia Lantis, Online Media Editor October 26, 2018

As State marching band of her senior year quickly approached, senior Hannah Armstrong reminisced on the last three years of marching band. Armstrong was hopeful for a superior, which is the best rank...

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...

See ya later, alligator

See ya later, alligator

Haley McKain, Co-Editor in Chief May 11, 2018

If we’re being honest, high school was not my favorite. People always say that we’re going to miss this, but I really don’t think that I will, with a few exceptions. I can’t totally discredit the...

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