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The following information is a preliminary collision report furnished by the Department of Public Safety.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 05/26/15 - 05/27/15
Stroud Police and Fire Reports
Drumright Police and Fire Department Reports
A Yale woman accused of propelling her car three times into a vehicle driven by a Cushing man has been ordered to stand trial on a charge of assault and battery with her car as a dangerous weapon.
A Cushing woman who served prison sentences for workers’ compensation fraud in Payne County and various crimes in Tulsa County had admitted stealing a man’s wallet containing about $700 in cash at a Cushing convenience store.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 05/22/15 - 05/26/15
A convicted armed robber and drug offender from Oklahoma City has been ordered to appear in Payne County District Court on Friday with an attorney on a felony charge of possessing two cell phones, which are considered contraband, in the Cimarron Correctional Facility in Cushing on Oct. 1, 2014.
A woman who admitted her role in setting fire to three cars in a Cushing driveway has been ordered to pay $16,909 restitution jointly with her two co-defendants as part of a plea bargain to be placed on probation for five years under a deferred sentence.
It's been Alumni Week in Cushing and that means there were a lot of familiar faces swapping stories and sharing memories yesterday at Alumni Hall in downtown Cushing.
A “Case for Kids” Family Fun Festival and 5K Walk/Run is slated for Saturday May 30th (2015) at Boomer Lake in Stillwater.
Memorial Day weekend is a time of family gatherings, high school reunions and the official kick off of summer. The KUSH family would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday weekend, along with these friendly reminders and possible things to do:
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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.
Cushing Police and Fire will host a blood drive Wednesday June 3, 2015 from 12:30-5:30 p.m. at the Cushing Public Safety Center, 211 W. Main Street.
The 2015 Summer Games, hosted by OSU Stillwater, was a great success with more than 5,000 registered athletes the Boone Pickens Stadium was lined with an array of team colors.
Jim Pickard, President of the local Cushing Chapter of Lions Club International, called the meeting to order today at 12:20 p.m. The agenda started with song and pledge by Lion Jerry Snyder. This was followed by prayer requests for Ami Whitlow Brown and Christina Harbert followed by prayer with Russ Thurman.
The Cushing Chamber of Commerce welcomed another new business to town with a ribbon cutting this morning.
Darline Roland Few was recently proclaimed the 2015 winner of a Precious Memories short story contest promoted by the Cushing Alumni website (www.cushingalumni.us). The following is her "precious memory." Cushing alumni are gearing up to celebrate their 30th year annual reunion to be held Memorial Day weekend.
Drumright held their first book parade on Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
The Cushing Chamber of Commerce Business After School reception was held Monday, April 27, 2015.
Cushing letter carriers, along with approximately 140 other Oklahoma cities' carriers, will once again help "Stamp Out Hunger" by collecting canned and non-perishable food items from households on their route this Saturday, May 9th.
The Cushing Lions Club hosted the annual Junior Olympics on Tuesday May 5, 2015. 5th and 6th grade students competed in different activities such as running, jumping and softball throw. Listed below are the results.
After serving the Cimarron Valley for well over 50 years as an elementary school, Sunnyside will be transitioning to the grade center concept this fall, serving pre-K and Kindergarten students.
Each year our Cushing Regional Food Bank serves over 10,000 adults and 5000 children in this community, distributing over 250,000 pounds of food in the process. People, who otherwise would do without, are fed because of the volunteers who minister so faithfully in our community.