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Record-setting shakes

Record-setting shakes

Jarad Reed, Web Creative Director

November 15, 2011

Oklahomans can take storms, lightning, thunder, and tornadoes, but when it comes to earthquakes, most of us are left confused. On November 5th, Oklahoma, as well as parts of Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri, felt the strongest earthquake ever recorded in Oklahoma. It occurred at 10:53 p.m. and...

Murray found guilty

Lindsey Hamilton, Reporter

November 15, 2011

On June 25, 2009, Michael Jackson died from respiratory arrest due to Acute Propofol Intoxication, or an overdose on medication. Conrad Murray, who served as Mr. Jackson's personal physician, was accused of administering Propofol along with anti-anxiety medication resulting in the King of Pop's death...

Veterans honored during Freedom Week

Veterans honored during Freedom Week

Ian Rambo, Reporter

November 9, 2011

What is freedom? This week at Bixby High School, students will discover what this really means with Freedom Week which is designed to educate about the values and sacrifices made in the founding of this country. Freedom Week is celebrated in public schools all around the United States. Activities ma...

iPhone 4S becomes fastest selling phone. Ever.

Jarad Reed, Web Creative Director

November 2, 2011

The Apple iPhone is by far one of the most popular smartphones on the market, and the #1 selling smartphone worldwide.  Released October 14, 2011, the iPhone 4S sold over four million even though many have commented that the design of the 4S wasn’t much different than the iPhone 4.  Excluding software...

Steve Jobs’ Apple

Diego Galaviz, Reporter

October 27, 2011

Steve Jobs. MacBook. iMac. iPod. iPhone.   Steve Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple, truly one of the most influential people in modern history, died October 5th of pancreatic cancer at the age of 56. Born Steven Paul Jones on February 24th, 1955 in San Francisco, California, Jobs started lif...

Early-out Wednesday district solution

Lindsey Hamilton, Reporter

October 4, 2011

For about a year, Bixby Public School officials have pondered over a solution to the constant problem of teachers not having enough time to get together and discuss their teaching methods. The district wanted to designate time during the school day, but they had to decide if cutting into class time was...

The fastest growing city in Oklahoma

Brandie McAllister, Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2011

Bixby’s status as the fastest growing city in Oklahoma speaks volumes to the progression of our school system, as well as the thriving metropolitan we are becoming. Once the archetype of Small Town, USA— where Scott’s Diner serves twice as much hamburger for the money and the annual Green Corn...

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