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The 63rd Oklahoma Highway Patrol Academy begins Wednesday January 28, 2015 in Oklahoma City.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 01/22/15 - 01/23/15
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 01/21/15 - 01/22/15
District Attorney Laura Austin Thomas has filed two first-degree manslaughter charges in connection with a head-on collision on Highway 33 six miles west of Perkins that killed two Stillwater women who taught in the Guthrie school system.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 01/20/15 - 01/21/15
A Stillwater teenager accused of fatally shooting a man in the head with the victim’s recently purchased .22 magnum revolver, at a Stillwater party shortly after midnight on Dec. 21, has been ordered to appear in court this afternoon for arraignment on a first-degree manslaughter charge filed by District Attorney Laura Austin Thomas.
Cushing Lions Club enjoyed a visit from CHS Football Coach Barret Shupe at their weekly meeting on Tuesday. Lion Terry Brannon introduced Shupe saying, "Everything rises and falls with good leadership."
A Cushing man who admitted endeavoring to manufacture methamphetamine at his residence in the 1100 block of E. Greenlee Street with his co-defendant was jailed Friday pending his sentencing on April 17 before Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 01/19/15 - 01/20/15
A 26-year-old man who reportedly said he was driving from Stillwater to Cushing on Highway 177 when his pickup had a fatal rear-end collision with a car has been arraigned on a negligent homicide charge in the death of a Ripley teenager.
An ex-convict with a criminal record in five counties has been placed on nine years’ probation with a condition that he enroll in and successfully complete the Payne County Drug Court program for possessing methamphetamine in Cushing in 2014 and marijuana in Stillwater in 2012.
OSBI agents, with help from Drumright police, Oilton police, and the Creek County Drug Task Force, have arrested a Drumright man for the murder last week of 64-year-old David Hunziker.
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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.
The Varsity Tigers and Lady Tigers will take on the Blackwell Maroons at the Cushing High School Fieldhouse tonight.
Cushing Masonic Lodge recently presented a check for over $5,000 to the CRH Foundation in support of training Cushing firefighters to become paramedics.
Renowned western-bluegrass-gospel group Prairie Grass will appear in concert at the Freeland Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 7:30 p.m., presented by the Freeland Center Arts Council.
The Cushing Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Tuesday morning, January 13, 2015 for Nonni's, a new collectibles store located at 1624 E. Main.
The Varsity Tigers and Lady Tigers will play host to the Berryhill Chiefs at the Cushing High School Fieldhouse tonight.
Listed are the 12th grade students who made the Superintendent's Honor Roll.