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 By Anna Motycka    Sports    April 26, 2019

Oklahoma Wesleyan signs another recruit from Burlington

In small-town Burlington, students are very active in basketball. They have had multiple successful seasons, and Recruiting Coordinator and Assistant Coach for Oklahoma Wesleyan (OKWU) Jack McNickel...

 By Anna Motycka    Local    March 15, 2019


This year at Burlington High School we have eight eighth graders. This class is very passionate about what they believe in and love cracking jokes. One of their favorite past memories is going to the...


BURLINGTON SCHOOL NEWS: Successful Student Council fundraiser

This year Burlington Student Council (STUCO) did something different for Valentine's Day. Instead of just having the traditional orders of balloons, cookies, candy, pop and stuffed animals for... Full story

 By Anna Motycka    Local    January 25, 2019


The Burlington third-grade class has a new teacher this year: Mrs. Anne Graham. Mrs. Graham was born in Port Huron, Michigan, and grew up in the small town of Millbrook, Michigan. In January 2016, her...


Bodacious Brenner

Brenner Vern Clark is the son of Vern and Marilyn Clark. He has two older sisters, Keyra and Lexi. Some of his favorite things to do are singing, listening to music, watching movies and hanging out...



On Friday Nov. 9, the Burlington school had an assembly to celebrate Veteran's Day. The senior class conducted the assembly and the Burlington music students performed vocal selections. Music teacher...

 By Anna Motycka    Local    October 19, 2018

Burlington School News: Red Ribbon Week

Students at Burlington recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week, a national prevention awareness campaign for alcohol, tobacco, drugs and violence. Each day had a designated theme for everyone to dress up...


Burlington School News: Cross country comrades

This year at Burlington High School we have four courageous cross country runners. On Aug. 28 at 5:30 p.m. the high school runners had their first meet at the Great Salt Plains State Park hosted by...


Burlington School News: FCA hosts blood drive

On Sept. 13, the Burlington FCA hosted a blood drive at the school. With a population of 159, Burlington had 23 people give blood. There were three first-time donors from the student population. To...


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