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  • Fall Black Box Opens This Week

    Fall Black Box Opens This Week

    Hadley Davis

    November 15, 2017

    Red, this year's Black Box production, is an instinctual two-man play centered around artist Mark Rothko through the eyes of his young assistant, Ken. The audience follows Rothko’s story as he struggles with a series of four large paintings for New York’s new Four Seasons restaurant. As the two artists paint they challenge...

    Photo by Aleeyah Dean/MediaPrime

  • Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

    Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

    Abby Turner, 4E Voices Editor

    November 15, 2017

    Cheer may be widely considered as an all girls sport, but junior Hayden Billingsley is shattering that stereotype one stunt at a time. Billingsley is the sole male member of the Bartlesville Cheer squad. As well as participating on the school cheer team, he also participates in competitive cheer, and helps out as a tumbling ins...

    Junior Hayden Billingsly shines under the Friday night lights at Custer Stadium.

  • Judah and the Lion: Concert Review

    Judah and the Lion: Concert Review

    Jaycee Hampton

    November 14, 2017

    Cain’s Ballroom is one of many concert venues in downtown Tulsa, and recently, Judah and the Lion paid a second visit to Cain’s on October 26th, 2017 and did not leave fans disappointed. With their most recent album, Folk Hop n’ Roll, being recently released, Judah and the Lion have been on their Going to Mars tour. The fo...

    Photo Courtesy of Mackenzie Blake

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“Spooktacular” Entries Welcome Students to Their Classrooms

“Spooktacular” Entries Welcome Students to Their Classrooms

Hadley Davis

October 31, 2017No Comments

Halloween is a time of the year kids and students of all ages should be able to enjoy. This is no exception for the students here at BHS. This year the Brui...

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Homecoming 2017 Through Video

Homecoming 2017 Through Video

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Homecoming parade takes off tonight

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Summer sports camps set to kick off in June

Alex Merrifield

May 5, 2017No Comments

With school sports ending for the summer and not starting up until next August, athletes from all sports at Bartlesville High School are looking to stay...

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Soccer season to begin soon

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Feature

Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

Abby Turner, 4E Voices Editor

November 15, 2017No Comments

Cheer may be widely considered as an all girls sport, but junior Hayden Billingsley is shattering that stereotype one stunt at a time. Billingsley is the s...

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OSU professor, Andrine Shufran, named the Entomological Foundation Medal of Honor

OSU professor, Andrine Shufran, named the Entomological Foundation Medal of Honor

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The face behind the Fine Arts Center

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Higgs finds future in acting, voice through writing

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Opinion

Waffles2go: Restaurant Review

Waffles2go: Restaurant Review

Hadley Davis

September 18, 2017No Comments

No matter if you’re rich or poor, a democrat or republican, listen to country music instead of rock, the one thing we can all agree on is waffles. Wh...

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Student Life

Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

Abby Turner, 4E Voices Editor

November 15, 2017No Comments

Cheer may be widely considered as an all girls sport, but junior Hayden Billingsley is shattering that stereotype one stunt at a time. Billingsley is the s...

Recent Student Life Stories

Homecoming parade takes off tonight

Homecoming parade takes off tonight

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Homecoming 2017 Candidates Announced

Homecoming 2017 Candidates Announced

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5 Things you need to know about the Bruin Bucket Brigade

5 Things you need to know about the Bruin Bucket Brigade

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Recent Posts

College Fair Tonight

Rose Charbonneau

September 21, 2017

Bartlesville High School's college fair is tonight in the commons. The college fair is an event held every year in which students have the opportunity to explore various colleges,...

End of the year banquette highlight

Alex Merrifield

May 18, 2017

With the end of the year arriving for all spring sports, end of the year banquets are once again coming into the limelight. Tennis, soccer and baseball have all had end of...

Editorial: Value of CPR Training

Megan Hays

May 15, 2017

“Dun dun dun, staying alive, staying alive, dun dun, dun dun.” The late 1970s hit has recently been used to teach people the proper timing to do chest compressions...

Summer sports camps set to kick off in June

Alex Merrifield

May 5, 2017

With school sports ending for the summer and not starting up until next August, athletes from all sports at Bartlesville High School are looking to stay in shape with summer...

The finale to the year

Gwen Belyea

May 5, 2017

The month of May is the month of spring shows and banquets as a finale to the fine arts programs. For seniors it is a sentimental moment performing on the stage for the last...

Overview of prom

Kaylee Cromwell

April 18, 2017

Prom is April 29 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bartlesville. Juniors and seniors are invited to attend prom and any freshman, sophomore, or student from another school must...

Gary Layman, Amber Feeback honored in annual Teacher of the Year ceremony

Rachel Brown

March 30, 2017

Bartlesville Public Schools named Kristin Flick, a second grade teacher at Wayside Elementary as the 2017 Bartlesville Teacher of the Year in a ceremony held in the fine arts...

State science fair abstracts

State science fair abstracts

March 24, 2017

 

Sacrificing for Lenten

Alex Merrifield

February 28, 2017

Over the next forty days until Easter on April 16, I along with hundreds of millions of Catholics around the globe will prepare for the resurrection of Christ and observe...

Soccer season to begin soon

Alex Merrifield

February 27, 2017

With a new coach and a new year, the Bruins soccer team is preparing for a fresh season in which they will face high level competition such as Jenks and Owasso among others....

League of Women Voters: Using their voice

Maggie Giovanetti

February 27, 2017

On Thursday, Sept. 29 between 10:30 and 11:45 a.m. in the commons area, the Bartlesville chapter of the League of Women Voters (LWV) will be holding a voter registration...

Cheer and pom receive recognition

Collyn Combs

February 23, 2017

The BHS pom and cheer squads have had a successful competition season. Both teams have put hard work into their routines and gained success at their national competitions. The...

Tennis season overview

Jaron Acree

February 22, 2017

Tennis season is just around the corner with the Bartlesville High School tennis team’s first game on March 1, at Oklahoma City Moore Tournament. There will be seven other...

Spring blood drive comes to BHS

Destiny Harris

February 22, 2017

The spring blood drive is to be held on March 10. The blood drive is held by the Oklahoma blood institute. The blood drive will go on all day and each student that has...

Personal views on the Grammy Awards

February 21, 2017

The face behind the Fine Arts Center

February 13, 2017

Teacher of the Year: Gary Layman

Teacher of the Year: Gary Layman

January 31, 2017

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