4E Voices

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

  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...

Price Tower skateboard exhibit

Price Tower skateboard exhibit

Alyssa Moody, Staff Member

August 24, 2018


Filed under News

   The 7ply: The Art of Skateboarding Exhibition has been on display at the Price Tower since mid-May and will be up until this upcoming Sunday. This exhibition includes the work of over fifty artists from around the world and explores the relationship between art and skateboarding.    Painting...

Information on graduation

Information on graduation

Rose Charbonneau, Staffer

May 16, 2018


Filed under News

Seniors are quickly approaching their last days of high school. Graduation day is May 25. The ceremony will be held on the football field at 8 p.m. There will be a live video broadcast of the ceremony being played in the FAC throughout the duration, where there will be extra seating. If inclement weather ...

Bluestem Medical Foundation supports Jane Phillips Medical Center with 5k run

Bluestem Medical Foundation supports Jane Phillips Medical Center with 5k run

Rachel Brown, Public Relations Editor

May 3, 2018


Filed under News

 The Bluestem Medical Foundation will host its fifth annual “Heart Walk and 5K Run” on Saturday May 19. The proceeds from the even supports Jane Phillips Medical and Bluestem Cardiology.    The Bluestem Medical Foundation was founded in 1980, Mike Wilt is the Executive Director for the Foundati...

League of Women Voters to host voter education forum

League of Women Voters to host voter education forum

Rachel Brown, Public Relations Manager

April 23, 2018


Filed under News

The Bartlesville League of Women Voters is hosting a public forum entitled "News or Nonsense? Finding Truth in What You See, Hear and Read" next Monday, April 23 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.in the Bartlesville Public Library.   The purpose of the forum is to help the public discern real news from the ...

ConocoPhillips Internship Oppurtunities

ConocoPhillips Internship Oppurtunities

Edward Reali

April 20, 2018


Filed under Campus Corner, News

ConocoPhillips is offering information technology internships for Bartlesville High School juniors. (Contact Leslie Sexson for further information) Click the video above for an overview of the program.

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

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...

House passes bill for increased revenue

House passes bill for increased revenue

Noah Estes, Editor in Chief

March 28, 2018


Filed under News

  After demonstrating repeated opposition to raising taxes, regardless of where the money would go, Oklahoma’s House of Representatives voted in a supermajority in order to provide assistance to public education.   March 26, the House voted through House Bill 1010XX which would provide a $5...

MAD Week events

MAD Week events

Rose Charbonneau, Staffer

March 10, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

MAD week is next week, March 12-16. As well as dress up days, MAD week also includes a variety of events and activities. Proceeds from all the events will go towards chemotherapy for Lisa Johnson, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Johnson is a secretary at Madison Middle School. On the Monda...

Walk Out Gallery

Walk Out Gallery

Aleeyah Dean, Social Media Editor

March 6, 2018


Filed under Gallery, News, Student Life

Bartlesville High School Students Stage a Walkout

Bartlesville High School Students Stage a Walkout

Edward Reali, Director of Campus Corner

February 28, 2018


Filed under Campus Corner, News

Bartlesville High School Students staged a walkout on Friday February 23, in protest of the states proposed 22 million dollars in cuts to education. You can watch the video above.

Sweetheart Slaughter Open February

Sweetheart Slaughter Open February

Madison Harvey, Staffer

February 20, 2018


Filed under News

Looking for something to do with your significant other or a group a friends? The Asylum in Nowata is open again! You maybe wondering why are they open now? It’s not Halloween. Well the Asylum is opens again in February for Sweethearts Slaughter and then again in June for Dodsfall. The Asylum is loc...

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