4E Voices

Production of “Pump Boys and Dinettes, a Musical Revue” begins in black box theater

Rachel Brown

November 7, 2016

The drama department began their producing the black box show “Pump Boys and Dinettes, a Musical Revue” with auditions on Oct. 17. It is set to be performed on Nov. 15, 17 and 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the black box theater, room A001. Tickets can be purchased for $5 for students and $10 for adults in ...

US senate race

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Noah Estes

November 7, 2016

The Oklahoma election for U.S. Senate is going to be voted upon Nov 8. The election is for incumbent James Lankford's position. Republican Lankford is attempting to defend his position. Democrat Mike Workman, Libertarian Robert Murphy, and Independents Sean Brady, and Mark Beard are running trying to...

Down ballot questions hold weight too

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Lauren Szmutko

November 3, 2016

As with every presidential election, there will be additional state questions on the 2016 ballot.  This year’s state questions vary from education, agriculture and the death penalty to mention a few highlights. The first of seven bills on the ballot is State Question 776.  Also known as the Oklahoma...

Candidates vie for State Senate District 29 seat

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Edward Reali

November 2, 2016

The presidential election isn’t the only office that matters on the ballot this year. The race for State Senate District 29 is one of these such races, which is for Republican John Ford's position. The two candidates vying for the seat are Republican Julie Daniels and Democrat Robert Jobe. Julie...

Students to put on spook walk

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Kaylee Cromwell

October 19, 2016

Pig Path is a free spook walk that is being put on by high school students. They are accepting donations, which will be donated to Drake Yancey’s family. Pig Path was created by junior Aleeyah Dean and junior Kayla Hoelscher with the original intention of having the spook walk because it would be...

Student council meeting tonight

Gwen Belyea

October 18, 2016

Bartlesville High School will be holding a student council meeting tonight at 5:30 in the commons. There isn't specific information on what will be discussed, but some points will be about t-shirts and they may begin discussions on going to district student council.  ...

Gordon Lightfoot in Bartlesville

Noah Estes

October 10, 2016

Gordon Lightfoot will be performing at the Community Center Oct. 12 as part of his "50+ Years of Highway Tour". Lightfoot is a Grammy award winner, and has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. With his folk-pop music, he is one of less than 400 artist to be inducted.

Bartlesville band to compete at “Renegade Review”

Gwen Belyea

October 7, 2016

The Bartlesville High School Band will compete tomorrow at Union High School in Tulsa for the Renegade Review band competition. The theme of Bartlesville High School’s performance is “Universal Languages”. The show consists of 3 musical movements, including an opening section. But for contest...

Homecoming Parade

Noah Estes

September 21, 2016

The annual homecoming parade will be Sept. 22 from 6-8:30 p.m. The parade will begin at First Baptist Church, go south on Cherokee, west on 5th, north on Keeler, east on Frank Phillips, and then back to First Baptist Church. Each of the homecoming nominees will be riding in the back of a car throughout...

Homecoming 2016 Nominees

Noah Estes

September 15, 2016

The freshman homecoming nominees are Hailey House with Bryce Gilley, Rhiannon Silva with Shane Simpson and Scout Webb with Noah Yazzie. The sophomore nominees are Avery Allen with DeAndre Young, Chloe Phelan with Mitchel Baughman and Claudia Standeford with Lane Cabler. The junior nominees are...

National Merit Semi-Finalists announced

National Merit Semi-Finalists announced

Darla Tresner

September 14, 2016

Four seniors have been named National Merit Semi-Finalists by the National Merit Corporation, according to LaDonna Chancellor, principal. Those named are Abigail Hales, Melody Brown-Clark, Jack Williams and Pranoy Behera.


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Edward Reali

September 13, 2016

Bartlesville Public Schools is changing in a big way with the introduction of a new age of learning through technology such as the new Chrome books. With the addition of Chrome books, students are ditching paper in favor of laptops and starting to do assignments online. The first wave of Chrome books ...

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