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Craft Show to Benefit Bixby Schools

By BLAKE AUSTYN

Bixby parent Joely Flegler will hold her third annual Not Your Mama’s Craft Show on Oct. 28, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Flegler has three children in the Bixby school system and is on the Bridge the Gap committee.

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Bixby School Projects Nearing Completion

Phase II of Northeast Elementary and Intermediate, 11901 E. 131st St., is nearing completion, with the construction of the Intermediate school.

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Bixby Offensive Lineman Chooses Oklahoma State

Fitting in is important for any college athlete. That’s how Bixby offensive lineman Bryce Bray felt when he visited Oklahoma State. Ultimately, he made the decision to make it his destination for college football.

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Coby Tillman Hopes to Help Lead Bixby to 4-Peat

By MIKE MOGUIN

As Bixby begins its journey to four-peat for a state championship in Class 6AII, one player it will be counting on will be Coby Tillman (6-0, 232, senior).

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Bixby Graduate Chandler Miller Stars for TU

Bixby High School graduate Chandler Miller is a two-year starter for the Tulsa Golden Huuricane. The junior center, who stands at 6-3 and weighs 293, has played and started all 26 career games and is a returning first-team American Athletic Conference performer. He is a preseason watch list candidate for the 2017 Rimington Award and 2017 Outland Trophy.

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Bixby School Board Spotlight

By EMILY RAMSEY

The Bixby Public Schools Board of Education is an elected board with its members given the responsibility of governing the school district while preserving the district’s core values.

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Denver Bronco Chris Harris Runs Fun Camp

By MIKE MOGUIN

Normally when young football players attend football camps, the coaches will give instructions on basic fundamentals of the game. The only background noise would be whistles blown during drills.

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Students Attend Technology Camp

Bixby High School sophomores Kailey Chinsethagid and Daniel Sandoval recently attended the ninth annual Information Systems Technology Exploration Academy (ISyTE), hosted by the Management Science and Information Systems (MSIS) department at Oklahoma State University.

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Bixby’s Natalie Gough an Up-and-Coming Golfer

By MIKE MOGUIN

Natalie Gough played many sports when she was younger, but by the time she was 10 years old, she had switched to golf.

Both her brother, Mason, and father, Walter, had played the game. But it was her brother who influenced her to play.

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Seventh Graders Win, Advance in STEM Competition

In May, the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) announced two seventh grade teams from The Oklahoma School of Innovation and Experiential Learning (OSIEL) as first and second place state winners in the 15th annual eCYBERMISSION competition – one of several science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) initiatives sponsored by the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program.

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