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The Pride of Bixby, 2016-2017: An SPN Documentary

The Pride of Bixby, 2016-2017: An SPN Documentary

Elizabeth Gwartney, SPN documentarian

SPN staff member Elizabeth Gwartney follows the Pride of Bixby marching band through summer drills, night practices, performing excellence and emotional highs and lows.

February 9, 2017

Will Blankenship: A Down Syndrome Story

Will Blankenship: A Down Syndrome Story

Kennedy Blankenship, Reporter

SPN student Kennedy Blankenship documents home life with her brother, Will, who has Down syndrome.

January 25, 2017

Tulsa City-County Library Gets Head-to-Toe Makeover

Tulsa City-County Library Gets Head-to-Toe Makeover

Cassidy Reed and Kennedy Blankenship

SPN reporters Cassidy Reed and Kennedy Blankenship look at every angle of the revamped Tulsa City-County Library, which was closed for several years during the complete overhaul.

January 13, 2017

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The Importance of a Free Press

Vaishvi Diwanji, Reporter

The constant backlash from President Donald Trump to ...

March 31, 2017

Bixby High Musicians and Singers Achieve All-State Status

Bixby High Musicians and Singers Achieve All-State Status

Elizabeth Gwartney, Executive producer

SPN staffer Elizabeth Gwartney recognizes the Oklahoma...

March 23, 2017

Bixby Students Achieve FFA Distinctions

Bixby Students Achieve FFA Distinctions

Kaylea King, Executive producer

SPN staff Kaylea King's video documents the meaning...

March 23, 2017

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School Uniforms Aren’t All That Bad

School Uniforms Aren’t All That Bad

Ashlyn Buffington, Reporter

Twenty-three percent of schools in the state of Oklahoma require students to wear uniforms. Many people question the pros and cons of it. There are several reasons school uniforms are required. One re...

April 5, 2017

Benefits of Entering College Without a Major in Mind

Benefits of Entering College Without a Major in Mind

Rosalie Boyd, Reporter

Most may think that upon entering college you must know what your major will be or what is planned for you in order to find success after graduation. The assumption is that you must have a set career and...

February 2, 2017

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Bixby Teen Stays Strong Through Challenging Disease

Makayla Andrew, Reporter

Osteogenesis imperfecta is a disease that can cause people to break their bones a lot more easily than others. Sometimes for absolutely no reason at all, Sophia Harrell, a Bixby High School sophomore, struggles with this rare disease. Osteogenesis imperfecta is also known as brittle bone disease and has many painful, dangerous side effects, including loose joints, weak muscles, breathing problems, brittle teeth, a curved spine and not enough colla...

March 28, 2017 • Comments closed

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Peele Crafts a Winner With His Debut Effort

Peele Crafts a Winner With His Debut Effort

Justice Reed, Film critic

With all the buzz surrounding Get Out and finally emerging from the annual awful line up of January and February movies, I highly anticipated Jordan Peele’s debut feature film. This film shows that Peele is not just a talented comedian, but a great new director/writer as well. Get Out has more than what you’d normally expect from any other horror f...

March 3, 2017

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Bixby High School News & TV
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