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Bartlesville Catholic Youth goes to West Coast Walk for Life

Bartlesville Catholic Youth goes to West Coast Walk for Life

Alex Merrifield

February 2, 2016


Filed under News

The Bartlesville Catholic youth left town around 9 p.m. to travel to San Francisco Jan. 20, joining many others from the Catholic diocese of Tulsa and Oklahoma City. After 30 long hours, the group arrived in the bay area around 6 a.m. on Friday. The students went to San Francisco for the West Coast...

Tulsa Trump rally brings in 10,000 attendees

Tulsa Trump rally brings in 10,000 attendees

Noah Estes

January 21, 2016


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Donald Trump has become a household name since he announced his run for the presidency in June of last year. Whether in a positive or negative way, everyone seems to know him and have very strong opinions about him and the things he says. Though many are strongly against him, some find what he says refreshing...

Downtown to get a new look

Downtown to get a new look

Zane Blumley

January 13, 2016


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Downtown's West Second St. is getting a makeover from now until summer 2016. The Redevelopment Trust Authority is working with Tulsa's Ross Group on a $2,000,000 project to renovate and rehabilitate the 14,000 square foot city block financed by the State and Federal Historic Tax Credit in an effort to...

The Search for a New Superindentent

The Search for a New Superindentent

Abigail Turner

January 6, 2016


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After serving as Bartlesville’s superintendent for 17 years, Gary Quinn is retiring. His contract is effective until June 30, 2016 and the new superintendent will begin promptly on July 1, 2016.The board of education voted to have the Oklahoma State School Boards Association (OSSBA) assist them in finding ...

Local cheer squad shines at first regional qualifier

Local cheer squad shines at first regional qualifier

Rachel Brown

December 8, 2015


Filed under News, Sports

First year competitive cheer squad, Cheer Empire, won second place Sunday, Nov. 22 at the Rock the Harvest competition at Oklahoma City University. Cheer Empire is a competitive cheer squad from Bartlesville, and this is the first year Bartlesville has had a competitive squad. At contest, the squads...

Spanish Club gets in the Christmas spirit

Spanish Club gets in the Christmas spirit

Kassidy Heckelsberg

November 20, 2015


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During the months of November and December, Spanish Club members are raising money to support a family for Christmas. This project will help a family who can not afford to get the presents they wanted for Christmas. It will run through the month of November until the last week of December. "We...

A conversation with Dr. Gary Quinn

A conversation with Dr. Gary Quinn

Parker Acree

November 3, 2015


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Q: What will you do after you retire? A: I don’t know yet what I’ll do but I want to continue to help share some of the things I’ve learned over these years. I’ll probably look at trying to teach at a college that tries to teach and prepare principals and superintendents. I’ve written a...

First choir concert ends on a good note

Abby Turner

October 30, 2015


Filed under A&E, News

Choir students put on quite the show at their annual fall concert on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015. Directors Margie Green, Tamara Walker, and Micheal Stevens held the show in the auditorium of the Bartlesville High School Fine Arts Center. The show began with the High School Jazz Choir singing two animated...

College Fair introduces students to colleges

College Fair introduces students to colleges

Sarah Marsh

October 23, 2015


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Forty two representatives from various colleges and trade schools visited with students about their schools during the annual College Fair Oct. 1. Held in the Commons, the College Fair is designed to allow students and their parents to meet representatives to learn more about each institution and...

State Legislators visit News Media Class

Madeline Wolfe

October 20, 2015


Filed under News

This October, the Bartlesville High School News Media class was visited by some very important individuals, including legislators John Ford, Travis Dunlap, and Earl Sears. Along with discussing important topics coming up in the forum press conference, they answer...

Paper Towel Drive to support SPCA

Paper Towel Drive to support SPCA

Darla Tresner, Adviser

October 19, 2015


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To assist the Washington County SPCA, Student Council is collecting paper towels Oct. 19 – Oct. 29, according to Bridgette Smith, co-sponsor. Student Council decided to help the SPCA because of a story on News 6 about SPCAs being crowded. “They always need paper towels, spray bottles and other...

ISIS in Words and Flame

Garret Giles, Alumni Correspondent

October 13, 2015


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Columbia, Mo.- Students of the Young Americans of Liberty group lead the way to remembering those who lost their lives to terrorist acts by ISIS at the Francis Quadrangle on the University of Missouri’s campus  Thursday, Oct. 8. The group was approved to protest ISIS by university officials...

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