January Student of the Month:

Lelia Feuchtenberger
December Student of the Month:

Shawn Cochran
November Student of the Month:   
Marylea Wiley
October Student of the Month:    
Molly Lovern
September Student of the Month:    
Daniel Tolliver
Welcome to The Beaver Voice, Bluefield High School's newspaper!

The Beaver Voice is a Bluefield High School tradition. Every day, the staff works diligently and professionally to publish a high interest and informational online newspaper for all of our supporters. From dedicated faculty and staff to students who continually strive for academic excellence, BHS is a top-notch, admirable institution of learning.

We thank all of our supporters and encourage everyone to read The Beaver Voice each day.

You will never be bored, and you will always be enlightened!

Gretchen Harshbarger
The Beaver Voice Advisor

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What's New?

Friday, April 11, 2014

  • New articles added to Cody's Computer Corner!

  • New article added to the News Page!

  • New article added to the World News Page!


We'd like to wish everyone a wonderful Spring Break!


Senior Awards will be on May 8 at 9:00 am.


Anyone wishing to put a down payment on a yearbook can see Ms. Ward.


 Mrs. Blaylock is asking everyone to think of ideas for Earth Day.  Any ideas can be brought to her.


Congratulations to Tonya Roberts for being selected as BHS Teacher of the Year.


Students will be dismissed two hours early on Monday, April 21.


BHS Graduation is on May 23 at the Brushfork Armory.  It will be held at 7 PM.


BHS Project Graduation
along with
Rotary Club International, Bluefield, WV
4PALS Productions

Friday, April 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Bluefield High School Auditorium

Tickets are $5 at the door.
Admission is free for children under 6.
All proceeds benefit BHS Project Graduation.

Click Here to see Contestants>>>


Anyone wishing to attend prom with a guest that does not attend BHS can get forms from the office. Prom will be on May 3, 2014.


Congratulations to the Mercer County Young Writers winners!

Kendyl Burnette 1st Place (9th Grade)
Shymonique Williams 3rd Place (9th Grade)
Caitlyn Lucado 1st Place (10th Grade)
Noelle Heerschap 2nd Place (11th Grade)
Michael Lawson 3rd Place (11th Grade)
Marylea Wiley 1st Place (12th Grade)

Congratulations to Mrs. Galati's son, Nico Galati for his Young Writer's Award!

News Sports

Youth Leadership Graduation

The Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce’s Youth Leadership program consists of Bluefield High and Graham High School students.

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District Convention

On March 28th, 6 members of the Bluefield High School Key Club traveled up to Charleston for District Convention for the weekend.

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Rise Up

If you have driven by the Bluefield College campus recently, you probably have seen a cluster of ladders.

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Girls Tennis Season Opener

For their first match of the season, the BHS tennis team faced Liberty High School. The Bluefield girls won the match six to one.

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Beavers Blow Out Robert C. Byrd for Class AA State Championship

On Saturday, March 22 at the Charleston Civic Center the Beavers fulfilled their dream and won the class AA state championship against Robert C. Byrd with a final score of 64-39.

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Back to Charleston Again!

On Thursday, March 13th the Bluefield Beavers hosted the Wyoming East Warriors for Regionals at the Brushfork Armory.

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Opinion Entertainment
Military Can Be For Anyone It's Just Not For Everyone

Everyone has their own reasons for joining the military, whatever the branch of your choosing may be it is a huge life decision.

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South Carolina vs West Virginia

Living in South Carolina in comparison to living in Bluefield is a huge culture shock. Having lived in Bluefield almost my whole life, experiencing a new city changed the way I viewed everything.

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The Evolution of Peer Pressure

One thing that stands out to me, as I look back on the past thirteen years, is the way peer pressure evolves between grade school and high school.

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Located off of a desolate stretch of highway 50, Desperation, Nevada is a lonely town that is hardly connected with the rest of the world.

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The Vampire Diaries

Mystic Falls, Virginia: a town that exceeds expectations of the usual town infested with supernatural beings.

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The Help

Life in Jackson, Mississippi was difficult in the 1960s for many people; even more so for a black maid raising white children after your own have passed away.

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World News Lots of Laughs 

News and Events on a National and International level

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Check out the cartoon of the day!

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Awkward and Embarrassing Moments Technology Corner
Awkward and Embarrassing Moments

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Cody's Computer Corner


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Staff and Administration BHS Faculty

BHS Staff and Administration

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"Back in the Day!"

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The Creative Corner The Random Corner

Feelin’ artsy? Just like looking at art?

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The Random Corner

The corner where surprising facts and yummy recipes are shared!

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Community Service Exchange Corner
Adopt a Pet Today!

Mercer County Animal Shelter Website:
(Click Here)

The Mercer County Animal Shelter is an organization of individuals who care about the welfare of animals and want to try to help educate individuals of the overpopulation and effects it has caused in these now overcrowded shelters!
Jannik's Journey

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The Beaver Voice online newspaper is published by the Newspaper class of Bluefield High School, 535 West Cumberland Road, Bluefield, West Virginia 24701. The website is produced and edited in the Bluefield High School Newspaper room.
The opinions expressed on this website do not reflect the views of the advisor, the administration, or faculty at Bluefield High School.
Readers are invited to write letters to the editor which must be signed by the writer. Libelous material will not be published and the staff reserves the right to edit letters to fit available space.
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