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The Racing Game

The Racing Game

Lindsey Hamilton, Reporter

November 6, 2013

AN OBSERVATION Pulling into a small business parking lot to face Memorial, up and down cars fill this section of the road, all here for the same reason -- street racing. Who, when, and how started as a mystery, but for years people of all ages have gathered around this block, from street light...

Most Popular Halloween Costumes of my High School Years

Most Popular Halloween Costumes of my High School Years

Taylor Reeves, Top Ten Columnist, A&E Editor

October 30, 2013

With Halloween around the corner here is a look back at the most popular Halloween costumes over the course of 2014 seniors' high school years. Top Halloween costume of 2010: Lady Gaga- we all remember the days when Just Dance would be stuck in our heads and how all the girls wanted to look like...

World War Z

World War Z

Darby Moore, Reporter

October 28, 2013

In the spirit of Halloween, people love to be scared by frightening movies filled with vampires, werewolves and creepy monsters; but one of the favorite creatures for Halloween are zombies. One amazing zombie movie is WWZ.  World War Z is  a horrifyingly realistic zombie film set in modern day times....

“Captain Phillips” hijacks the box office

“Captain Phillips” hijacks the box office

Abby Roush, Reporter

October 22, 2013

In 2009, a group of Somali pirates captured the container ship Maersk Alabama, and with it, the captain. After the small crew of scallywags had lost control of the ship, they took off in a powered lifeboat, still holding Phillips as a hostage. Anyhow, I'm sure you've heard about this,  it was plastere...

Homecoming 2013

Homecoming 2013

Kenzie King, Reporter

September 20, 2013

POW! BAM! BANG! The Spartan League, homecoming's alter ego, will crash into Bixby High School, September 23-27, for a huge celebration of their favorite sport! This is the week we have all been waiting for; but homecoming week is not complete without our infamous dress up days. Here are a few e...

Stop at the Stepping Stone

Stop at the Stepping Stone

Kenzie King and Mallory Breeding

September 17, 2013

The Stepping Stone Cafe, nestled on the corner of North Armstrong and Breckenridge in downtown Bixby, resembles a country-style family diner from days past. It has all of the ingredients -- fresh pies, okra, sweet potato fries, chicken fingers, self seating and family. Conversations float between t...

The Last Full Week

The Last Full Week

Lindsey Hamilton, Senior Editor-In-Chief

May 15, 2013

The air conditioner blares on, chilling the room and creating goosebumps on the bare legs and arms in the room. The students turn to their friends to chat about whether or not they have seen "The Great Gatsby" movie or about how they feel about their previous or upcoming AP tests. Around the room various...

The G.O. Movement- Guerilla Optimism

The G.O. Movement- Guerilla Optimism

Emily Thornton, Junior Editor-In-Chief

April 19, 2013

Several students and staff have noticed bright neon slips of paper sprinkled all over Bixby High School's hallways; those who have stopped to pick up and read one receive a positive message signed not quite anonymously but by “Operation GO” or “The G.O. movement”. As it is explained on some of...

The Last Twinkie

Serra Bruce, Reporter

December 19, 2012

In 1933, James A. Dewar took a look around a pastry factory and noticed how the strawberry shortcake machines sat idle when strawberries were not in season. This, he felt, was a huge waste of machinery, and so he pondered for many months on how to keep them working even when most fruits weren’t being pro...

MCJROTC Spotlight

Savana Claxton, Reporter

December 6, 2012

Cadet Captain Madeline Davis, a senior, has been in ROTC since day one of freshman year. She has gone above and beyond the call of duty and now serves as Commanding Officer.  She joined the unarmed drill team and participated in all the details and competitions presented to her over the last four year...

Guthrie Green Glows

Guthrie Green Glows

Kayla Norton, Reporter, Music Beat

December 5, 2012

To kick off the one and only, 'warm' and cold holiday (otherwise known as Christmas) The Guthrie Green lit up their miniature forest with a stunning glow of Christmas lights and decorations, November 25th at 4:00 pm. The lights will be up all season long for all to get a chance to come by and enjoy. The...

120 Words: Mumford and Sons

120 Words: Mumford and Sons

Kayla Norton, Reporter, Music Beat

December 4, 2012

The plucking of the banjo is what captures most of those who listen. The sweet placement of every instrument in the symphony of strings captures one's self, leaving nothing but striving curiosity for more. Typically, Mumford and Sons have this effect. They were up in the clouds among the famous in...

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