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Basketball season full of setbacks

The Burlington Elks' basketball season has been far from perfect. Difficult setbacks like positive Covid cases, weather conditions, and canceled games have made their season far from normal. Despite...


Burlington School News: Powerful Paden

Paden Lee Allen is the 17 year-old son of Josh and Jessica Allen. He was born in Enid, Oklahoma, on March 10, 2003. Some of Paden's hobbies in his spare time are hunting, fishing, welding and being...


New coach happy to be in 'Burlington, America'

New Burlington Elks basketball coach Vaughn Blankenship is going on 15 years of his coaching career and has coached numerous girls' and boys' high school teams. He made it to the quarterfinals of the...


Seniors playing catch up

The phrase "You've got all the time in the world to think about your future" does not help when it is the beginning of your senior year and you have no idea in the world what you want to do with your...


Burlington basketball season continues with District wins

The Elks and Lady Elks basketball teams have both had a relatively successful season so far. The girl's record is 18-8 and the boy's record is 19-7. Burlington Elks and Lady Elks both played on...


Trailblazing Tateyn

Tateyn R. Rieger is the 18-year-old son of Brad and Robbie Rieger. Rieger was born in Enid, Oklahoma, on September 21, 2001. He has two older siblings, Tanner and Tiffany. Rieger is involved in FFA,...


Food drive brings in almost 1,000 items

Burlington Student Council held its annual food drive in the first week of November. Each year a competition between the pre-K through 12th grade classes is held to determine who can bring the most...


Consumer science classes construct cancer care bags

Burlington students have been making cancer care bags during their Family and Consumer Science (FACS) classes. FACS teacher Judy Elliott has been having her two classes cut, pin and fold the fabric... Full story


Burlington Bedlam blood drive

On Thursday, Sept. 12, Burlington FCA held a Bedlam blood drive at the school. Twenty-two people volunteered to donate blood for the Oklahoma Blood Institute. FCA officers helped out at the blood... Full story


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