4E Voices

Funding Wack

Brendan Selders, Visual Arts Editor

December 13, 2019

This year on August 13, the school received a bond for $17.9 million to last them through 2023. The money is voted on so the distribution of the money can be as even as possible. In July they voted on giving $400,000 to all activities. Not only do sports get a small portion of the $17.9 million, fine...

Politically Speaking: Politics Post Trump

Politically Speaking: Politics Post Trump

Chase Wing, Staff

December 13, 2019

The 2016 matchup between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was a big upset to some people. In many ways, it was the final showdown between outdated corporatism that ran rampant during the eighties and nineties from Clinton and new age populism (fighting for the average man; working class inspired rhet...

Politically Speaking

Chase Wing, Staff

October 9, 2019

The Supreme Court will be meeting to consider federal employment protections for LGBT employees on Oct. 8. The argument correctly claims that Title VII of the Civil Rights Acts provides federal protections of LGBT individuals in the workplace. LGBT workplace rights have become a recent focus of American...

Muskogee High School fines students for tardiness

Muskogee High School fines students for tardiness

Staff Editorial

September 5, 2018

   Being late is practically contagious in high school. Every student does it, but how far will schools go to discipline student tardiness. Muskogee High School has become a recent target of nationwide controversy due to the lengths the school district are going through to increase attendance r...

Rogers+Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” Review

Rogers+Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” Review

Rachel Brown

January 26, 2018

Personal Column:  I walked into the Bartlesville Community Center on Jan. 16, I saw a flood of little girls in blue Cinderella dresses, wearing tiaras, princess shoes, with scepters in their hands. This was a heartwarming sight at the Broadway in Bartlesville! second installment in the 2017-18 season...

Holiday Drink Review

Madison Harvey, Staffer

January 3, 2018

During the holidays, there are the basic drinks such as hot chocolate and apple cider but for those desiring something a little more, a good way to broaden your variety of drink choices is to go to Starbucks. There are two locations in Bartlesville: one in Eggbert's at 2073 SE Washington Blvd. and the...

Crank up the Christmas Jams

By Jaycee Hampton, Staff

December 16, 2017

What's an absolute best way to get everybody into the Christmas spirit than Christmas Music!? Claim it or not, nobody can say they haven't jammed out to Mariah Carey's, "All I Want For Christmas Is You," once or twice in their lifetime; as Micheal Buble sings, "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas,"...

Christmas in the Ville lights up downtown Bartlesville

Christmas in the Ville lights up downtown Bartlesville

Jacey Walls, Staffer

December 14, 2017

   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...

Making the Season Bright

Making the Season Bright

Rose Charbonneau, Staffer

December 7, 2017

Christmas lights are a cheerful way to celebrate the holidays. There are many places in and around Bartlesville that have extensive Christmas light setups open to the public. These places include Fantasy Land of Lights, Woolaroc wonderland of lights and Rhema Christmas Lights.   Fantasy Land of Ligh...

Waffles2go: Restaurant Review

Waffles2go: Restaurant Review

Hadley Davis

September 18, 2017

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. Whether you like to go the traditional route or pile on every wacky topping combination possible, you’ll love Bartlesville’s new waffle shop, Waffles2go. ...

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 as a life-saving action. The Oklahoma legislator's passed House Bill 1378 “Dustin Rhodes and Lindsay Steed CPR Training Act” that...

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 historic Lenten traditions, starting tomorrow with Ash Wednesday. Each year, Catholics during this time traditionally give something...

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