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Spartan Deli

Spartan Deli

Emily Thornton, Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2014


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Beginning Monday, March 3, the school cafeteria will be offering an afternoon deli serving six inch sub-sandwiches, fruit, chips, and  limited snacks for sale from 1:30pm-3:30pm. There will be different kinds of sandwiches- roast beef, turkey and ham- and students can add toppings as they like, much...

Scripted and signed

Scripted and signed

Rachel Brooks, Reporter

February 26, 2014


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John Casablancas is a founder of modeling management. Many agents help young students learn how to do the following programs: professional modeling, personal image development, TV commercial acting, etc. There are auditions every Wednesday at 7:00pm and every Saturday at 1:00pm. They are located at 6808...

Class 5A State Swimming: Boys 3rd, Girls 7th

Class 5A State Swimming: Boys 3rd, Girls 7th

Diego Galaviz, Sports Editor

February 24, 2014


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This weekend, the Bixby Spartan boys and girls swim team competed in the state tournament in Edmond. The boys were looking to win their 3rd straight state championship and 4th in 5 years. A disqualification in a relay, however, ended those hopes. The team would have to settle for third place, finishing...

Class 6A Wrestling Regionals: Host Spartans place 7th

Class 6A Wrestling Regionals: Host Spartans place 7th

Diego Galaviz, Sports Editor

February 24, 2014


Filed under News, Sports, Top Stories

This weekend, the Class 6A Regional Tournament took place in Bixby. The Broken Arrow Tigers took home 1st, with the host Spartans finishing 7th. Here are full results: 1. Broken Arrow, 253.5 2. Stillwater, 232 3. Sand Springs, 190 4. Union, 148.5 5. Midwest City, 126.5 6. Muskogee, 110 7. Bixby,...

In the Know

In the Know

Emily Thornton, Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2014


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Next week is our kickoff SPUD week. SPUD stands for Spartans Performing Unselfish Deeds, and this year's theme is Ohana. All proceeds will benefit the Bixby Outreach Center. Each day of the week there will be a theme for students to dress up as. The number of kids who dress up will be recorded each day,...

Swimming Regionals: Boys Take 1st, Girls 3rd

Swimming Regionals: Boys Take 1st, Girls 3rd

Diego Galaviz, Sports Editor

February 16, 2014


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The Bixby Spartan boys swim team placed 1st in the regional tournament this past weekend. They beat out Stillwater by 9 points to take the tournament. The Spartan boys trailed Stillwater by 13 points after seven events, but won the next three events. Ryan Knam, Logan Wagner, Bryan Lee and Ben Deibert...

Will you give your blood?

Will you give your blood?

Shelby Hendrix, Reporter

February 13, 2014


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On Thursday, February 13th, FCCLA will host the Bixby Blood Drive. The Blood Drive is a great way to give and to help out others in need. Sign up February 10th-13th in the commons. This winter, the Oklahoma Blood Institute and The American Red Cross had a hard time with blood supply. From the weather...

Signing Day Recap

Signing Day Recap

Diego Galaviz, Sports Editor

February 13, 2014


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On Wednesday, February 5th, Spartan athletes signed their National Letter of Intent to their respective colleges. Here is the list: Soccer Morgan Pritchett- Harding University (Searcy, AR) Track Amber Tiger- East Central University (Ada, OK) Nicole Albrittion- Mid America Christian University (...

B.E.E.F. scholarships, grants up for grabs

B.E.E.F. scholarships, grants up for grabs

Dee Harris, Adviser

February 12, 2014


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Established in 2001, the Bixby Educational Endowment Foundation (or B.E.E.F) will be awarding over $100,000 to both students and teachers in the form of scholarships and grants for the 2013-2014 school year. Last year, the high school alone received over $25,000 in grant money for teachers, which...

Softball players commit

Softball players commit

Allie Wallis, Associate Sports Editor

January 24, 2014


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Four Bixby High School softball players announced which colleges they will be playing at next year. Shala Sutter will be attending Carl Albert State College in Poteau, Oklahoma. Torrye Tillman will be attending Cowley County College in Arkansas City, Kansas. Katie Bell will be attending Des Moi...

Kimery Earns Awards

Kimery Earns Awards

Diego Galaviz, Sports Editor

January 21, 2014


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The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) recently awarded Bixby High School student Christina Kimery the Maggy Price Endurance Excellence Award and the Brunjes Junior/Young Trophy. The awards recognize the discipline of endurance. This is the first time the two awards have been won by the same...

“Smashing” Day at Dollar General

“Smashing” Day at Dollar General

Lindsey Hamilton, Reporter

December 17, 2013


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Most days at work are boring, with few life impacting happenings or even anything you can go home to tell your family about; coworker drama or about aggravating customers are about it. However, both staff and customers at the local, downtown Bixby Dollar General got quite a shock Saturday, when a truck...

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