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Department of Public Safety Officials announce the recentpromotion of trooper John Vincent to Lieutenant. Effective September 15th,2014, Trooper John Vincent will be promoted to the rank of Lieutenant andassigned to Troop A - Oklahoma City Metro where he will be a fieldsupervisor. Lieutenant Vincent will also continue his dignitary protectionduties for OSU Head Football Coach, Mike Gundy.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol confirms their arrest of statetrooper Eric Roberts. Investigators with the patrol announced today theyhave completed their investigation and found enough evidence to moveforward with criminal charges.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 9/12/14 - 9/15/14
The OHP reported that an accident occurred at 7:05 (pm) Sunday at 10523 West 133rd Street (3.5 South and 1 West of Ripley) in Payne County.
While attending The 14th Biennial Art Show at the Lachenmeyer Arts Center you can expect to take in works of art done by Earnestine Hodo, Gwen Ingram, or Rob Smith, (Director of the Lachenmeyer Art Center). In all there are 19 artists from Cushing and outer areas with works of art on display at the show.
It's time for Friday Night Lights! Cheer on the Cushing Tigers and Drumright Tornadoes!
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 9/11/14 - 9/12/14
A Glencoe man -- who was incarcerated two months ago for violating his 15-year drug probationary sentence -- has been given two concurrent five-year prison terms for eluding a sheriff's deputy and concealing a stolen mower.
A Stillwater man avoided a jury trial -- that was scheduled for this week -- by pleading guilty to aggravated possession of child pornography after a former felony conviction.
A Perkins man -- whose car crashed following a high-speed chase into Lincoln County -- has been placed on probation for five years as part of a plea bargain, with an order to serve 90 days in jail for eluding Perkins Police Officer Kyle Howard, concealing stolen property and contributing to the delinquency of two minors.
The Cushing Chamber of Commerce quarterly "Women in Business" meeting was held in the Auxiliary Education Room of Hillcrest Hospital on Wednesday at noon. Over 30 women were in attendance to enjoy a meal provided by Hillcrest Hospital Cushing and hear from two of HHC's newest doctors - General Surgeon Gary Cole, DO and OB/GYN James Buchinger, MD.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 9/10/14 - 9/11/14
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A nasty murder investigation sure can disrupt Karaoke Night, especially when everyone in town is a suspect! So it's time to put the microphone and shot glasses down and figure out who killed Bubba Angus...
The Cushing Tigers were defeated in a heartbreaking last second play 28 - 27 by the Berryhill Chiefs during their homecoming match up. Seniors Blake Burden and Hannah-Beth Link were crowned Homecoming King and Queen before the game.
The Payne County Leadership Connections class got underway yesterday starting with a short bus ride at noon to the Oklahoma State University Botanical Gardens. Once at the Gardens, students and instructor Suzette Barta enjoyed a boxed lunch from Red Rock Bakery (Stillwater). Following the lunch the class toured the Garden and learned about different types of trees, grass, flowers and other plants including a Banana tree.
The Piecemaker's quilt show held last week-end was considered a huge success by not only those involved, but those attending. Guild member Carolyn Allison said one of the highlights was the presentation of a Quilt of Valor to Gary Todd of Drumright. "It was a surprise to him," Allison said. "His family was present for the presentation."
Here are your Cushing Public School breakfast and lunch menus for the week of September 8, 2014.
Football season started off with a bang for the Cushing Tigers and Drumright Tornadoes with both teams conquering their opponents. This is the first year KUSH has broadcasted both Tiger football and Tornado football.
Hillcrest Hospital Cushing will host the quarterly Cushing Chamber of Commerce Women in Business meeting to be held Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 at noon in the Auxiliary Education Room.
Here are the breakfast and lunch menus for the kids returning from Labor Day.
A Girl Scout rally and food drive will be held Thursday, Sept. 4th at the Girl Scout hut in Cushing Memorial Park. Girls and adults who want to be involved in Girl Scouts, the largest girl-led organization in the world, are invited to attend from 6:30 - 8 p.m. to learn more about Girl Scouts.
John Cooper of the Red Dirt Rangers will be joined this Thursday August 28, 2014 by Gabriel Marshall of The Damn Quails for this month's Third (Fourth) Thursday at the Cushing Country Club. The show begins at 7 p.m.
The Piecemakers of Cushing Quilt Guild is sponsoring a quilt show "There's Quilters Among Us" Sept. 5th and 6th at the Cushing Youth Center, 700 S. Little, in Cushing. Open Friday, Sept. 5th from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 6th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission fee $5, children under 12 get in free when accompanied by an adult.
August 20, 2014 - Dangerous Motors is pleased to announce the sponsorship of Way Out West Records' Country group, LiveWire. The Cushing, Oklahoma based company recently completely rebuilt and customized a red 1967 GTO belonging to LiveWire's lead singer, Andy Eutsler, and it is featured in the music video for the band's latest single, "Drivin' You Outta My Mind."