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Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 7/28/14 - 7/29/14
A Cushing man -- who is on probation for indecent exposure -- has been
ordered to appear in court on Aug. 7 on charges of using an ax to
threaten a Cushing man and two Cushing police officers, as well as
damage a pickup, while he was intoxicated. If convicted, Keith
William Greenwood, 58, who was notified by letter today that a
four-count charge had been filed against him, could be incarcerated for
21 years, court records show.
A Stillwater woman alleged to have been driving under the influence of
alcohol on Highway 51 on Saturday with two 13-year-olds as passengers
was charged today with felony child endangerment and misdemeanor
aggravated drunk driving.
An ex-convict from Cushing with a criminal history in Lincoln County was
given a 10-year prison term Friday for possession of methamphetamine
with intent to distribute in Payne County.
According to OHP reports - Friday evening about 7:31 (p.m.) an injury
accident occurred on State Highway 99, 4/10 of a mile south of County
Road 5600 and 3/10 of a mile north of the town of Jennings with the city
limits in Pawnee County.
A Cushing man, who is a convicted child molester, avoided a jury trial
this week by pleading guilty Friday to robbing a Cushing convenience
store with a gun -- that he had stolen in a car burglary.
Cushing Police And Fire Department Reports 7/25/14 - 7/28/14
Cushing â€" On Saturday July 26, 2014 at approximately 2:33 p.m., Cushing
Police Officers Rachel Hentges conducted a traffic stop on red Ford
Expedition, driven by 33 year old Cushing resident Jason Woodberry in
the 200 block of North Hartman.
All agenda items met with the approval of the Cushing Board of
Commissioners at their regular monthly meeting held earlier this week at
City Hall. A quorum was met with four of the five commissioners in
attendance. Commissioner Evert Rossiter could not be at the meeting.
If you are looking for some ideas to beat the heat this weekend, check out what is going on in and around the Cimarron Valley.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 7/24/14 - 7/25/14
Hillcrest Hospital Cushing sponsored the 8th
Annual C.A.R.E Health Fair at the Cushing Senior Citizen Center/Project
Heart today. The event ran from 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. this morning.
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Jim Pickard, President of the local Cushing Chapter of Lions Club
International, called his meeting to order today at 12:16 p.m.
Pet of the Week Laney is a 4 year old Pub/Dachshund mix (Daug) who is neutered, up-to-date on her shots and ready for a FURever home!
Country group, LiveWire, releases the video today for their current
single, "Drivin' You Outta My Mind." Billboard.com is hosting the world
premiere of the video at this link.
Hillcrest Hospital Cushing is hosting a County Luncheon in Shawnee,
Okla. to give an update and review on the Transitions Unit at HHC. The
free luncheon will allow those attending to meet Transitions staff and
ask questions about the program.Those interested in attending need to RSVP at 918-225-8498 or email Kerri Marks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Over 30 local students (grades 3 through 8) are set to perform "Music
Man Jr." at the Cushing Community Theatre, Aug. 1 - Aug. 3. Lead roles,
Harold Hill and Marian Paroo, will be played by 16 year old Brian
Johnson and 14 year old Nadia Mooreland.
Hillcrest Hospital Cushing invites you to attend the annual C.A.R.E Health Fair, Thursday, July 24, 2014 at the Cushing Senior Citizen Center, located at 203 E. Cherry in Cushing.
Elena is a beautiful 6-8 month old Shepherd mix who was recently rescued from a kill shelter.
The First United Methodist Church, 930 S. Little Ave. in Cushing, invites children to "Weird Animals: Where Jesus' Love is One-of-a-Kind" Vacation Bible School.
The Cushing Regional Hospital Foundation, along with the Cushing Masonic
Lodge, hosted the 7th Annual Charity Golf Event at the Cushing Country
Club on June 21.
The Clif Doyal Agency is proud to announce its 30 year anniversary.
Originally formed in 1984 in Oklahoma City, the company moved to
Nashville in 1991. The firm was already handling bookings for new Warner
Bros. band, Little Texas, and the soon-to-be-discovered Toby Keith,
when it hit Music City.
Penny, a two-year-old Minn Pin/Beagle mix, was rescued about six months ago off of the highway. Now she is available for adoption.
Immanuel Lutheran church is slated to hold their July celebration cookout. It will be Sunday June 29, 2014
at the church (Immanuel Lutheran). The church is located on the corner of 3520 Road and 780 Road.