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Mother-daughter duo mixes up traditional bakery standards with at home business

Mother-daughter duo mixes up traditional bakery standards with at home business

Abby Turner, Editor In Chief

October 31, 2018


Filed under Feature, Student Life, Uncategorized

  Senior Naudia Whitlock and her mom, Kristy Wooten, are mixing up the idea of a typical bakery. The mother-daughter duo behind ‘Momo’s Mix Up,’ an at home bakery that supplies several dozen batches of delectable cookies weekly, is figuring out how to balance their relationship, a budding b...

Homecoming parade downtown tonight

Homecoming parade downtown tonight

Zachary Cole, Staff Member

September 27, 2018


Filed under Feature, Student Life, Uncategorized

   Every year alongside the numerous homecoming festivities is the traditional homecoming parade happening tonight at 6:3o pm. The parade’s route runs through downtown Bartlesville and includes floats of Bartlesville athletics, clubs and organization.    Students often wonder how one can suppo...

Get to know the 2018 senior Homecoming candidates

Get to know the 2018 senior Homecoming candidates

Abby Turner, Editor in Chief

September 20, 2018


Filed under Feature, Student Life, Uncategorized

Homecoming is approaching quickly, and with so many candidates, it is likely that many students know none or few of them. The senior candidates took some time to tell a bit about themselves. Get to know all twelve of them below!   Name: Savannah Hagar Sport or extracurricular activities: First B...

Outpost coffee opens downtown

Outpost coffee opens downtown

Elizabeth Sparks, Staffer

September 6, 2018


Filed under Feature, News, Uncategorized

 Within the past year, Bartlesville has experienced many positive expansions. With new restaurants like Chick-Fil-a to new stores like Ulta Beauty, the city is establishing itself with healthy growth. Another new addition to Bartlesville, Outpost Coffee has been open since April, and is steadily gr...

Bring back Bennett’s bike: Coach’s bike stolen last month

Bring back Bennett’s bike: Coach’s bike stolen last month

Jillian Skalicky and Zachary Cole

August 28, 2018


Filed under Feature, News, Uncategorized

  Crimes. They happen everyday and can happen to anyone. On August 1st around 8:30 p.m., Cross Country coach Bon Bennett put up his bike inside the concession stand to use at practice. The following morning he went to retrieve it, only to find that his bike was stolen.   The next morning at 6:30 a.m., he came to...

Fallin to sign House bill increasing teacher pay, education funding

Fallin to sign House bill increasing teacher pay, education funding

Abby Turner, Editor of 4E Voices

March 29, 2018


Filed under Feature, News, Uncategorized

Breaking News: Superintendent Chuck McCauley has confirmed that school will be out for all Bartlesville Public School students on Monday April 2. Oklahoma governor Mary Fallin has confirmed her intention to sign the $477 million revenue package that would increase teacher pay, school funding, etc. A...

INSIDE Student Short Film Hits Big Screen

INSIDE Student Short Film Hits Big Screen

Abby Turner, Editor of 4E Voices

January 17, 2018


Filed under Feature, News, Student Life, Uncategorized

It’s safer inside... at least it is in INSIDE, the student film that is causing quite the buzz in Bartlesville. Teasers for the short film were released on social media starting early October, so anticipation for the project has heightened since it’s premiere is Thursday, January 18. Showtimes st...

Christmas in the Ville lights up downtown Bartlesville

Christmas in the Ville lights up downtown Bartlesville

Jacey Walls, Staffer

December 14, 2017


Filed under Feature, News, Opinion, Uncategorized

   It is the most wonderful time of the year, and Bartlesville’s newest attraction, Christmas In The Ville, is a family friendly holiday festival hosted by the Chamber of Commerce. Not only does the event feature a skating rink, but also carriage rides, live nativity scenes, Christmas movies in the...

Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

Billingsley challenges standard ‘one stunt at a time’

Abby Turner, 4E Voices Editor

November 15, 2017


Filed under Feature, Student Life, Uncategorized

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...

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

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

Rachel Brown

November 13, 2017


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

Though 25 percent of Americans report being afraid of insects, for Andrine Shufran insects are the norm. She was honored with the Entomological Foundation Medal of Honor at the Entomological Society of America’s annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, Sunday, Nov. 5 for her outstanding work at Oklahom...

The face behind the Fine Arts Center

Lauren Szmutko

February 13, 2017


Filed under Feature

The Fine Arts are prominent in Bartlesville.  The community is known for its appreciation of all forms of art, especially in June for OK Mozart.  However, this appreciation starts with young students within the school system.  Bartlesville High School Fine Arts Manager Seth Weimer maintains the facility...

Higgs finds future in acting, voice through writing

Rachel Brown

November 1, 2016


Filed under Feature

For some, acting and singing on stage may frazzle nerves or instill fear, but for senior Josh Higgs, performing is normal, even invigorating. Higgs got involved in the performing arts when he chose to try band in the fifth grade. He played percussion and sang in choir. He moved to Bartlesville his fr...

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