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Bridge Closure on Main Street for Rehabilitation Project

Motorists driving in Stillwater may notice "Bridge Out" signs on Main Street south of downtown.

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Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 06/30/15 - 07/01/15

Police arrest log and fire department reports.

Kayla Colon, Satellite Victim Advocate for Wings of Hope Speaks to Lions Club

Kayla Colon, Satellite Victim Advocate for Wings of Hope Speaks to Lions Club Russel Thurman, President of the local Cushing Chapter of Lions Club International, called the meeting to order today at 12:17 p.m. The agenda started with song and pledge by Lion Jerry Snyder. This was followed by prayer with Kathleen Leithner.

UPDATE: Cushing man accused of possessing drugs and guns

A Cushing man was charged today with possession of marijuana and tablets containing amphetamine/dextroamphetamine with intent to distribute within 2,000 feet of Harrison Grade School in Cushing, a loaded .44-caliber magnum handgun and a loaded .45-caliber pistol during the commission of a felony, a stolen 12 gauge shotgun, and drug paraphernalia, all on Monday.

Drumright Police and Fire Department Reports

Police activity log and fire department reports.

Special Morning Meeting To Be Held At City Hall

Special Morning Meeting To Be Held At City Hall A special meeting of the Cushing Board of Commissioners will be held at City Hall on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. to discuss the purchase of a quint ladder truck.

Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 06/29/15 - 06/30/15

Police arrest log and fire department reports.

Manslaughter Charges Dropped Due To Defendant's Death

All charges filed in connection with a fatal head-on collision on Highway 51 east of Stillwater were dropped last week due to the recent death of the defendant, who allegedly had been at a bar north of Cushing prior to the 2014 crash that took two lives and injured two others.

Early Monday morning search warrant service leads to the arrest of a Cushing resident on firearm and narcotics charges

Early Monday morning search warrant service leads to the arrest of a Cushing resident on firearm and narcotics charges On Monday June 29th, just after 6:00 a.m. members of the Cushing Police Department with the assistance of Payne County Sheriff’s Office served a narcotics search warrant at 216 E. 6th Street Cushing.

Stroud Police and Fire Department Reports

Police activity log and fire department reports.

Six Injured in Accident West of Perkins

The following information is a preliminary collision report furnished by the Department of Public Safety.

Cushing Ex-Convict Jailed on Drug Charges

Cushing Ex-Convict Jailed on Drug Charges An ex-convict from Cushing who served sentences for attacking police officers in Payne and Lincoln counties has been jailed on charges of possessing marijuana, methamphetamine, acetaminophen/hydrocodone and drug paraphernalia, as well as obstructing two Cushing police officers, all on June 24.

Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 06/26/15 - 06/29/15

Police arrest log and fire department reports.



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Drumright Oklahoma's July 4 OilPatch Festival Announces Reckless Kelly as Headliner

 Drumright Oklahoma's July 4 OilPatch Festival Announces Reckless Kelly as Headliner Texas/Americana band, Reckless Kelly, will headline the musical line-up of the annual OilPatch Festival at the Sellers Ranch in Drumright, Oklahoma, on Saturday, July 4, 2015.

Emily Kaitz, Mary Catherine Reynold And Louise Goldberg To Perform At Old Church

Emily Kaitz, Mary Catherine Reynold And Louise Goldberg To Perform At Old Church In October 1999, Emily Kaitz decided to celebrate her 48th birthday by recording a live album at Melody Studio in Fayetteville, Arkansas with her Oklahoma City musician friends Mary Reynolds, and Louise Goldberg along with Elyse Angelo, and Austin friend Greg Lowry.

Cushing Head Start is Now Accepting Enrollment

Cushing Head Start is Now Accepting Enrollment Cushing Head Start is now taking enrollment! Your child my eligible if you if they have turned 3 or 4 prior to September 1st, 2015 and your family meet the income guidelines or if your child has a disability or special need.

Vacation Bible School Events in the Area

Vacation Bible School Events in the Area Vacation Bible Schools that are be held in the Cushing, Oklahoma area.

What to Do… This Weekend?

What to Do… This Weekend? Looking for something a little different to do this weekend? Then here are a few things you might enjoy!

Third Thursday To Be Held At Tidewater Winery

Third Thursday To Be Held At Tidewater Winery Tidewater Winery in Drumright, Oklahoma is pleased to present Tom Skinner as this month's featured artist for the "Third Thursday with John Cooper & Friends."

LiveWire Earns "New Duo/Band/Group of the Year" Nomination at the Texas Regional Radio Music Awards

  LiveWire Earns Country band, LiveWire, has been nominated as "New Duo/Band/Group of the Year" at the 2015 Texas Regional Radio Music Awards show (TRRMA).

Economy Supply Hosts Customer Appreciation Day Cookout

Economy Supply Hosts Customer Appreciation Day Cookout Economy Supply, located at 102 East Main Street in Oilton, held their Customer Appreciation Day cookout, Thursday, June 4, 2015 from 11am to 1pm.

Bicycle Rodeo To Be Held

Bicycle Rodeo To Be Held Remember the feeling of first learning to ride a bicycle on your own – without training wheels and without a parent’s balancing hand?

Empowering Churches To Support Struggling And Hurting Widows

As death is inevitable for each of us, many of us will be the one left behind, to walk the lonely road alone.

News From Cushing Library

News From Cushing Library It's summertime!  The kids are out of school and looking for things to do.  Why not make a trip to the Cushing Library and catch some of the events happening?

API Meeting Slated for Thursday, May 28

API Meeting Slated for Thursday, May 28 The regular meeting of NE Oklahoma API Chapter will be held at Joseph's Fine Foods in Drumright on Thursday, May 28, 2015.  Oklahoma House of Representatives Speaker Pro Tempore Lee Denney will be the guest speaker.  Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Todd Hiett will also be in attendance to answer questions.