KUSH Radio News Headlines
Cushing Fire Department Reports 10/17/14 - 10/20/14
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Cushing woman who is accused of stabbing her ex-boyfriend in the arm with a hunting knife -- after reportedly asking him for money that he said he did not have.
Fall Break is over and kids are back in school. Here are the breakfast and lunch menus for the week.
A Cushing woman who admitted possessing methamphetamine in Perkins has been placed on five years' probation with an order to undergo random drug testing.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol a early morning accident on Saturday, October 18 (2014) occurred at 3:07 (am). The accident happened on CR 175, 0.1 mile north of Deer Ridge, located 5.9 miles south and 6.5 miles east of Perry (city limits) in Noble County.
Cushing Board of Commissioners will hold their regular monthly meeting, Monday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. at City Hall. This meeting is open to the public.
The demethanizer that was originally scheduled for transport last weekend will begin on Saturday, October 18, 2014.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 10/16/14 - 10/17/14
Two Cushing men were charged today with breaking into a woman's residence in the 1600 block of N. Little in Cushing by removing a window air conditioner unit and entering a bedroom on Sept. 16.
A Cushing woman -- jailed on $25,000 bail -- was charged today with having possessed methamphetamine on Monday in a case investigated by Iowa Tribal Police and Cimarron Casino staff in Perkins.
Cushing Tigers will host their opponents tonight at O'Dell Field, but the *The Drumright Tornado game against the Justice Wilson SeeWorth Academy Eagles has been canceled. The coronation ceremony is currently still expected to take place at 6:30 p.m. The Eagles have forfeited tonight's game due to not having enough players - which gives the Tornadoes the win.
A Mulhall man was charged this week with robbing a Stillwater restaurant with an imitation firearm, obstructing a Stillwater police officer, and twice burglarizing a Stillwater apartment complex.
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This month's musical guest at the Cushing Country Club is Jubal Lee Young.
Jim Pickard, President of the local Cushing Chapter of Lions Club International, called the meeting to order today at 12:22 p.m. The agenda started with song and pledge by Lion Jerry Snyder. This was followed by prayer requests for local families along with prayer by Russ Thurman.
The Dugout Club will be holding an Indian Taco Dinner this Thursday evening from 5 - 7 in the CHS Fieldhouse prior to the football game.
This week's featured pet is Jimmy, a 6 month old Boxer mix who has been neutered and is Heart worm negative. He is up-to-date on his shots.
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 and Rev. Kathleen Leithner. This was followed by prayer requests for local families along with prayer by Russ Thurman.
Lachenmeyer Arts Center is asking you to save the date for this years Festival in the Park, happening this Saturday, October 11, 2014. They are asking you to please help them celebrate their 26th year by participating in the Purchase Award program. The Purchase Award program is a program in which you make a commitment to buy art prior to the Festival in the Park. This program allows Lachenmeyer Arts Center to bring quality artists to Cushing. You simply send Lachenmeyer Arts Center your check with the amount you wish to spend at the Festival. The Art Purchase Awards are sold in amounts of $25, $50 & $100 or more. You can pick up your purchase award coupons at the Lachenmeyer Arts Center table the day of the festival. Coupons are spent like cash and exchanged for artwork in the artist’s booths. A certificate acknowledging your name and/or business will be placed in the artist’s booth. This is a great opportunity to buy unique gifts for someone special.
Students at Cushing High School have been joining other students from across the state in the fight against cancer. They have participated in WinWin Week, a statewide initiative aimed at cancer awareness and raising funds to support Oklahoma cancer patients.
Cushing Senior Citizen Director Donnie Hoover was a guest on MoJo in the Morning to talk about the annual picture puzzle auction to be held Saturday, Oct. 4th at the Cushing Senior Citizen Center, 203 E. Cherry, starting at 9:30 a.m.
Happy Days Cafe is hosting a Transitions Lunch & Learn and Networking Meeting on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, 423 E. Grand Avenue.
Hillcrest Hospital of Cushing will host October's Lunch & Learn on Friday, October 10, 2014 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in the Auxiliary Education Room, 1027 E. Cherry.
Here are your Cushing Public School breakfast and lunch menus for the upcoming week.
Fans of Cushing baseball and OSU football can support the Cushing Dugout Club tonight at the OSU football game by visiting one of the two concession stands the CHS baseball players will be working.