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Thursday morning, January 29, 2015, just before 9 o’clock, the Stillwater Fire Department responded to a structure fire in the 100 block of West Scott Street.
An ex-convict – who has a history of domestic violence in Grady County and Canadian County -- has been charged in Payne County with abusing his girlfriend by hitting her in the face and knocking her to the ground on Saturday.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 01/28/15 - 01/29/15
Two 28-year-old men, who lived together in Stillwater and in Greenville, Ms., have been charged together with possessing a stolen utility trailer, which they allegedly attempted to pawn, in a case investigated by the Perkins Police Department.
The Cushing Chamber of Commerce in connection with PIPELINE CROSSROADS CLINIC at 1002 E. Cherry Street held a ribbon cutting today (at 4:00 p.m.). Dr. Grellner along with several staff members were on hand from the PIPELINE CROSSROADS CLINIC to meet and greet Chamber members.
Earlier today, Oklahoma State University alerted the campus to a situation near the OSU Stillwater campus.
A Yale woman was arraigned Wednesday from the Payne County Jail on a charge of propelling her car three times into a vehicle being driven by a Cushing man in rural Payne County on Tuesday.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 01/27/15 - 01/28/15
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a collision occurred at 6:10 (p.m.) on January 26th (2015). The location of the accident was on State Highway 33, 0.7 miles west of Kings Highway (near Cushing) Payne County.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a collision occurred at 12:35 (a.m.) on January 27 (2015). The location of the accident was on CR 3470, .4 miles south of CR5000, (3 miles south of Pawnee) in Pawnee County.
Approximately 40 interested citizens (all ages) attended a public meeting at the Cushing Public Safety Center Monday evening to learn more and express their thoughts about a possible walking/biking trail in Cushing Memorial Park.
A Stillwater man accused of trying to force open the front door of a Cushing woman’s apartment -- while she was inside pushing her weight against the door to shut and lock it -- has been ordered to appear in court on Feb. 10 for a preliminary hearing on an attempted first-degree burglary charge.
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The Varsity Tigers and Lady Tigers will take on the Mannford Pirates and Lady Pirates at the CHS Fieldhouse tonight.
Central Tech (Drumright) held their annual Media Day, Thursday, January 29 (2015) and the day got underway about 8:45 (a.m.) starting with an update to the media on what they would see and learn on the tour. Once underway, those attending were taken around to approximately 17 or 18 different classrooms (study areas) with the end of the tour meeting back at the main building in Central Tech.
Jim Pickard, President of the local Cushing Chapter of Lions Club International, called the meeting to order today at 12:13 p.m. The agenda started with song and pledge by Lion Jerry Snyder. This was followed by prayer requests for local families along with prayer by Russ Thurman.
The Varsity Tigers and Lady Tigers will play host to the Bristow Pirates at the CHS Fieldhouse while the Drumright Tornadoes and Lady Tornadoes will take on the Olive Wildcats at home.
The Cushing Chamber of Commerce Business After School was held on Monday, January 26, 2015.
Here is the breakfast and lunch menu for the upcoming week for Cushing students.
Country band, LiveWire, releases their latest single, "Quit You," today on Way Out West Records.
Folks who came out to the Cushing Country Club Thursday evening were treated to a stellar line up of musicians for the Third/Fourth Thursday with John Cooper.
For the past three years John Cooper of the Red Dirt Rangers has played host at the Cushing Country Club, bringing some of the best and most interesting musicians from around the state of Oklahoma to share the stage every third (or fourth) Thursday of the month.
The Varsity Tigers and Lady Tigers will travel to Oklahoma City Thursday to take on different opponents in the tournament sponsored by the Jones Kiwanis Club.
After a three-day weekend, the kids are back in school and here is the breakfast and lunch menu for the upcoming week.