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Busy night on hardwood  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comComing off a rousing bounce-back win against Holland Hall, the Bartlesville High School girls basketball team ...



BSC won’t rebid with GAC  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comA long-time Bartlesville tradition in the month of March is about to write its final chapter.The Bartlesville Sports ...



Sounds of the season  Examiner Enterprise

The songs were familiar — “Jingle Bells,” “Silent Night,” “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear” to mention a few, but the melodies were deeper. Some might say a little ...



BHS settles on new coaches - Sports  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comJiminy Cricket had it right all along.The gregarious rodent from the 1940 Disney “Pinocchio” movie crooned the ...



Several Bruins make district honors - Sports  Examiner Enterprise

Even though the Bartlesville High School football team fell just short of a playoff spot, the District 6A-II-2 coaches still recognized several Bruins as among the ...



Bruins storm into final - Sports  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comA boy's basketball contest of wild swings finished up with the pendulum of victory pointing at Bartlesville High ...



Williams: Strong impact  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupa mtupa@examiner-enterprise.com When she arrived in 2015 in the Bartlesville High School girls basketball program as a promising freshman, ...



3 Things To Do This Weekend  Examiner Enterprise

1 TUBA TIME: It's just not Christmas in Bartlesville without tubas and euphoniums. The 10th annual Tuba Christmas concert will be held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday on ...



Cabler enjoys helping school, community  Examiner Enterprise

He's got a full schedule, but that hasn't stopped Lane Cabler from excelling academically and giving back to his school and the community.The Bartlesville High ...



Epperley impact stretches through many eras  Examiner Enterprise

Note: This is the first of two parts.)By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comSerendipity and a platinum-quality reputation — as well as the kind ...



Tuesday tip-off for BHS  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comAre you ready for some basketball?The answer for Bartlesville High School sports faithful is a resounding “YES!



Closing in on the season  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comBartlesville High School's boys basketball team proved during a solid scrimmage outing earlier this week it is ...



Living Briefs - Lifestyle  Examiner Enterprise

WCREABHS Jazz Choirwill performThe WCREA will meet at 10 a.m. Friday at Bartlesville First Church, 4715 Price Road. There will be a social time followed by ...



Snow chances fall - News  Examiner Enterprise

It appears as if snow predicted earlier Friday evening and Saturday for northeast Oklahoma won't reach us after all.According to the National Weather *Service* ...



Owasso rallies by Bruins in debut  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comMore than once on Tuesday night the Bartlesville High School varsity boys basketball team seemed primed to ...



Lady Eagles fall: Tough night - Sports  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comScoring woes continued on Wednesday to plague the Lady Eagles of Oklahoma Wesleyan University during their ...



Family theme of event - News  Examiner Enterprise

The Kiwanis Club of Bartlesville's Christmas Parade, presented by the Examiner-Enterprise, is ready to make “A Family Christmas” a bright and festive time, ...



Leaving a major impact  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comOverwhelmed.Yolanda “Yogi” York used that word to describe her feelings about being inducted into the ...



Jones, Strachan seize tourney crowns - Sports  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike TupaE-E Sports EditorOfficially, Bartlesville High School's Laif Jones' wrestling record this season is 0-0.Unofficially, he's awe-some!Utilizing his ...



Handmade goods featured at Christkindl Market  Examiner Enterprise

Bring the whole family for a traditional German Christkindl Market from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 8 on Dewey Avenue between Fourth and Fifth streets in downtown ...



Bartlesville High School Offering Cyber Security Classes This Fall  News On 6

Bartlesville High School is one of a handful of schools nationwide to pilot a course that'll teach kids how to stay safe online.



Bartlesville schools will close Monday  Examiner Enterprise

Bartlesville and several other Washington and Osage County school districts will close Monday to allow teachers to rally at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City.



STEM available to all students  Examiner Enterprise

Bartlesville Public School Superintendent Chuck McCauley discussed technology in schools, teacher raises and community involvement during Friday's ...



New school board member takes oath  Examiner Enterprise

Members of the Bartlesville Public School Board welcomed new board member Andrea Nightingale during their monthly meeting Monday.Nightingale took the ...



3 things to do  Examiner Enterprise

1. HOMECOMING: The Bartlesville Bruins will take on the Sapulpa Chieftains Friday night at Custer Stadium in a homecoming thriller. A tailgate party begins at 5 ...



District plants seeds for an ag program - News  Examiner Enterprise

Bartlesville High School students will learn the building blocks of diverse careers in agriculture through new course offerings beginning in the 2019-2020 ...



100 Bartlesville students expected to walk-out Friday  2 Works For You - KJRH.com

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - A Bartlesville senior organized a walk-out Friday morning and asked local senator Julie Daniels to attend, but the representative's ...



BARTLESVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Neff named teacher of year  Examiner Enterprise

Neff has taught in the school district for 15 years. He teaches AP Physics I, Inquiry Physics and an advanced math applications course with the Phillips 66 ...



Homecoming parade coming Thursday - Lifestyle  Examiner Enterprise

The 2018 Homecoming Parade will be downtown at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.Mark your calendars now and plan to attend as we Rumble in the Jungle. Bartlesville ...



Talk Of Suspending Classes Continues At Bartlesville Public Schools  News On 6

The Bartlesville Board of Education is meeting Monday to discuss whether the district should temporarily suspend classes in April, so teachers can rally.



BARTLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL - News  Examiner Enterprise

Principal LaDonna Chancellor has announced the first semester honor rolls for the 2017-18 academic year at Bartlesville High School. Students must receive all ...



Dewey stops school bus service  Examiner Enterprise

DEWEY — The bus won't stop this school year for Dewey Public Schools students who live in Oak Park in Bartlesville. Those students will have to find new ...



Bruins take aim on foe  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comWill he or won't he?That's the prime-time question for the Bartlesville High School football coaching staff as ...



BHS ‘D’, run game shine in tough scrimmage test  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comBROKEN ARROW — Bartlesville High School's football team proved one thing at Thursday's first scrimmage.



Bartlesville Students Protest Funding Cuts By Holding Walkout  News On 6

Hundreds of Bartlesville High School students walked out of class to oppose the statewide budget cuts affecting education.



Frontier Valley Conference championships: Bartlesville High runners shine at home meet Wednesday  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comFor the first time in at least two years, the Bartlesville High School cross country course sprang to life Wednesday ...



Bartlesville Schools Consider Taking A Break To Pressure Lawmakers  News On 6

School leaders in Bartlesville will be discussing closing down classes to put pressure on the legislature for more funding and teacher pay raises.



New head coach anxious for season: BHS baseball tryouts promising  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comEven though the next high school season seems to be an eternity away, new Bartlesville High School head ...



Bruin football  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comPerhaps the key offseason number — right now — for Bartlesville High School's football program is 55.That's how ...



GOING THE DISTANCE: Local youth conquer Bruin Mile  Examiner Enterprise

Despite more than two inches of rain earlier on Thursday, approximately 500 local elementary students conquered the Bruin Mile run, held behind Madison ...



Tough night in Bixby, playoff hopes still alive  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comBIXBY — Character is not the product of a stroll down Easy Street.Perhaps someday the Bartlesville High School ...



Bruins get pumped up to take on Roughers  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comBartlesville High School head coach Lee Blankenship is a man of letters.This week he wants his team — and the ...



BLUE POWER: BHS coach pleased by team’s progress  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comWith the season opener looming just 67 days away, Lee Blankenship could hardly be happier about how his ...



BARTLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: 382 seniors receive diplomas  Examiner Enterprise

A very warm, late-spring evening greeted Bartlesville High School seniors Friday night, as 382 graduates walked across the stage to receive their diploma at ...



Youre a Good Man, Charlie Brown: BHS brings Peanuts gang to life on local stage  Examiner Enterprise

Bartlesville High School will present the comedy musical “You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown” May 3-6 at the Bartlesville High School Fine Arts Center. “You're a ...



2 more BHS’ers commit to a college  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comOne of Bartlesville High School's greatest-ever class of student-athletes is sending two more stalwarts to the ...



Bruins coach sets sight on 2019 playoffs  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comTake note.A year from now in this same spot of the sports pages you could be reading the report of a Bartlesville ...



FUTURE IS SET: Bartlesville A.D. announces 2 new head coach hires  Examiner Enterprise

Bartlesville High School Athletic Director Ryan Huff has been an extremely busy man since the so-called start of summer vacation.But, he appears ready to get a ...



Soccer players among area seniors honored  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comSeveral area senior student-athletes are continuing to reap postseason honors for their extraordinary efforts ...



Bruin grid coach lays out blueprint of program  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupa mtupa@examiner-enterprise.com Trust, purpose and partnership. Those three themes — often delivered with a thunderous flair — dominated the ...



Early Morning Storms Cause Damage In Northeast Oklahoma  News On 6

Some businesses and neighborhoods in Bartlesville felt the impact of early morning storms Monday.



Wilt named executive director  Examiner Enterprise

The Bartlesville Community Foundation board announced the hiring of Mike Wilt as the organization's new executive director.“We are pleased to bring Mike Wilt ...



VETERANS DAY: Bartlesville honors veterans  Examiner Enterprise

President George H.W. Bush may have described it best during a 1991 Veterans Day speech at Arlington National Cemetery. “On this cold autumn day… we ...



PRIDE PICNIC: Vogeding: Turnout great for hot July day  Examiner Enterprise

Bartlesville had a large turnout with hundreds attending its first pride picnic, sponsored by Phillips 66 and Truity Credit Union, on Saturday afternoon at ...



DEANDRE RUNS WILD: Tailback powers Bruins past Ponca City, 49-35.  Examiner Enterprise

For a while, Thursday's high school football showdown between Bartlesville and Ponca City resembled a good, old-fashioned shootout.But, the Bartlesville ...



Bartlesville, Sand Springs schools to reopen this week; 'expectation to fully resolve the issue' is 'unrealistic'  Tulsa World

Bartlesville and Sand Springs schools will be the first in the Tulsa area to reopen among more than 160 districts participating in a statewide teacher walkout.



Beard gives all — always  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comEven though his last name is Beard, this Bartlesville High School senior — first name Tom — doesn't worry about ...



Coach Stewart encouraged: Bruin hoopsters hone skills in summer play  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comHo! Ho! Ho!Merry Christmas!Rudolph and Frosty.Even though it's only the first day of July, Clent Stewart is a ...



District 11 candidates support ed funding  Examiner Enterprise

Two Republican candidates for state House District 11 discussed their views on public education policy Tuesday during a forum sponsored by the Bartlesville ...



TEACHER BY DAY ... | Photography helps Stuart pay the bills  Examiner Enterprise

Second in a six-part series Teachers have it easy, right? They get summers off, go home in the middle of the afternoon when students leave campus and are ...



United Way campaign launches in September  Examiner Enterprise

Paige Earley is the new marketing manager at the Bartlesville Regional United Way. She started the position in June and previously worked with the C.J. “Pete” ...



Former Bruin plays big for KSU  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comFormer Bartlesville High School athletic legend A.J. Parker was A-Okay during his season-opener start last ...



BRUIN PRIDE: A.J. Parker sparkles for K-State  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comA.J. Parker proved to be an immovable object on Saturday.The Bartlesville High School graduate racked up a ...



Headed back to state  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comAs it turned out, Bartlesville High School cross country fans shouldn't have worried.The Bruins and Lady Bruins ...



Saying goodbye to K9 Apollo  Examiner Enterprise

Law enforcement and public safety officers from across the area, as well as approximately 300 community members, gathered Sunday at Bartlesville High ...



Bruins focus on happy ending  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comOn Tuesday evening, Bartlesville High School head football coach Lee Blankenship gave up some time to ...



ANOTHER VACANCY: Ryan Huff steps away as Bartlesville athletic director  Examiner Enterprise

During the past 10 months, Bartlesville High School Athletic Director Ryan Huff went into overdrive to replace several major coaching vacancies.Now the high ...



Class 6A girls state golf: Bartlesville senior Faith Hopkins grabs 4-stroke lead on home course  Tulsa World

The Oklahoma State signee made par to complete a 1-under 71.



Jarvis accepts job as new coach at Bartlesville  Theadanews

BARTLESVILLE — Former Ada High head baseball coach Austin Jarvis has been named to the same position at Bartlesville High School.



Bartlesville High School head football coach suspended  KTUL

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (KTUL) -- Bartlesville Public Schools officials have confirmed the high school head football coach has been suspended.John McKee has ...



Bartlesville native to oversee PGA Tour event  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comLocal golf fans have one more reason — a very personal one — to tune into next February's Waste Management ...



Softball coach resigns Thursday - Sports  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comFor the second time in three days the Bartlesville High School sports landscape received a seismic shock with ...



Why high school sports could go on even if teachers walk out  NewsOK.com

Teachers in Oklahoma have said they will walk off the job if the state legislature doesn't increase teacher pay and education funding. On the cusp of postseason ...



TEACHER BY DAY … 3 outside jobs keep choir teacher on the go  Examiner Enterprise

Sixth in a six-part series Madison Middle School choir teacher Alex Rivera has a passion for impacting the lives of young people with music, but as a classroom ...



Education Spotlight: Bartlesville High School Assistant Principal Greg Tackett  Examiner Enterprise

What inspired you to become an educator? My original plan was to be a college basketball coach, which I was blessed to do for seven years. I made the ...



High school football: John McKee resigns as Bartlesville football coach and classroom teacher  Tulsa World

John McKee has resigned as Bartlesville football coach and classroom teacher within the school district, he announced Friday in a six-paragraph statement to ...



Friends say Bartlesville boy found dead Monday was bullied at school  KTUL

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (KTUL) -- Fifteen-year-old Michael Merkey wasn't scared to talk with Drake Yancey.He wasn't scared to call Yancey afriend. But others ...



Toughness is about more than hitting a tennis ball  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupa mtupa@examiner-enterprise.com Some people say life is unfair. Perhaps, no family in Bartlesville understands the cruelty of fate quite as well as ...



Bartlesville dance team wins two national titles  2 Works For You - KJRH.com

Bartlesville, Okla - After traveling over 2,000 miles in less than five days, the Bartlesville varsity dance team returned home to a cheering crowd of supporters with ...



WALKOUT PLANNED: Sand Springs students intend to protest Thursday  Tulsa World

After the high school shooting in Florida and the $22 million in budget cuts to education in Oklahoma, several Sand Springs students expressed the necessity for ...



TULSA BOUND Metro Christian offers job to former BHS girls hoop coach  Examiner Enterprise

Recently resigned Bartlesville High School head girls basketball coach Krista Binam has accepted a job to coach at Metro Christian, that school's athletic ...



Oklahoma School Districts Making Up Time After Teacher Walkout  News On 6

Now that classes are back in session after hundreds of districts closed during the teacher walkout, districts are figuring out how to make up the time.



Indians eye busy slate early in season  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupa mtupa@examiner-enterprise.com Only one thing's certain for the Bartlesville Doenges Ford Indians' summer schedule — it's likely to grow.



Bartlesville School Board Approves Elimination Of 4 Administrative Positions  News On 6

Monday night, the Bartlesville School Board approved a plan to eliminate four administrative positions at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.



Shone bright in 1985 state meet: Relay team overcame odds to land in Bartlesville HOF  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comThirty-three years were washed away during the recent 11th Annual Bartlesville Athletic Hall of Fame Induction ...



Native Bartians represent OKC  Examiner Enterprise

OKLAHOMA CITY — Two Bartlesville natives are attempting to make life better for residents in south Oklahoma City as freshmen legislators in the Oklahoma ...



Oklahoma teachers are fed up and walking out on April 2. Here's why.  VICE

I know more teachers than not who have to have second or third jobs,” said a high school teacher who works on the side to make ends meet.



Chuck McCauley named as new Bartlesville superintendent of schools  Examiner Enterprise

At Monday evening's Board of Education meeting, the board will consider and vote to appoint Chuck McCauley as superintendent of Bartlesville Public School ...



12 Finalists Selected For Oklahoma's 2019 Teacher Of The Year  news9.com KWTV

Twelve Oklahoma teachers were selected as finalists for Oklahoma's 2019 Teacher of the Year award.



Sooner High echoes linger in heart  Examiner Enterprise

Fate can be a quiet, mysterious fellow with a wry sense of humor.



» News » School Board Approves up to Ten Days Suspended Classes  Bartlesville Radio

The Bartlesville School Board unanimously authorized Superintendent Chuck McCauley to suspend classes for up to ten days Monday night. Bartlesville has ...



Bruins hire Beggs' Lee Blankenship as head football coach  Tulsa World

Lee Blankenship was 46-18 in five seasons at Beggs.



BARTLESVILLE DISTRICT SCIENCE FAIR: Approximately 300 students participated in annual event  Examiner Enterprise

The 65th annual Bartlesville District Science Fair featured a diverse array of projects presented by students from northeastern Oklahoma. Approximately 300 ...



BHS Varsity Pom dances to success  Examiner Enterprise

The Bartlesville High School varsity pom team recently competed at the Dance Team Union National competition in Orlando, Fla. Pictured, front row, is Cassie ...



Oklahoma schools named among the best high schools in the country  KFOR Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY - Five Oklahoma City public schools are being honored after being named among the best high schools in the country. On Wednesday ...



Art educator from Yukon named Oklahoma Teacher of the Year for 2019  Tulsa World

She was in her second year of teaching in 2013 when an EF-5 tornado tore through the Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, killing seven students.



Walkout day 8: Some teachers vowing to continue as OEA signals possible end to work stoppage  Tulsa World

OEA tells teachers that 95 percent of its funding request has been secured.Tulsa Public Schools closed Thursday; area districts divided on whether to ...



Hales the conquering hero  Examiner Enterprise

By Mike Tupamtupa@examiner-enterprise.comHales, the conquering hero.That's how history played out Saturday as Bartlesville High School cross country star ...



Teague eyes opportunity - News  Examiner Enterprise

Despite the polar bear days of January, James Teague is on the verge of a sunny start in his third season of pro baseball. The Bartlesville High School graduate ...



Longtime Bartlesville (Okla.) football coach resigns two weeks into season  USA TODAY High School Sports

John McKee, the longtime Bartlesville (Okla.) football coach, resigned his post as coach and teacher at the school suddenly on Friday just hours before the ...



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