The Cushing Citizen
Cushing High School celebrated basketball

Cushing High School celebrated basketball

Cushing High School celebrated basketball homecoming Friday with games against Mannford. Levi...

Sweet treats available for Payne County residents

Sweet treats available for Payne County residents

The sweetest of treats on Friday will fill up the second floor of the Payne County...

Fiddlin’ around

Fiddlin’ around

By Jim Perry Byron Berline, widely recognized as one of the world’s best fiddle players, is...

Lunch with a fifth-grader

Lunch with a fifth-grader

By Jim Perry No steak. No spaghetti. No pepperoni pizza. What Dakota Lidberg wants for her last...


Lunch with a fifth-grader

By Jim Perry

No steak. No spaghetti. No pepperoni pizza. What Dakota Lidberg wants for her last meal, she said, is much different. “Mint chocolate chip ice cream.”

Fiddlin’ around

By Jim Perry

Byron Berline, widely recognized as one of the world’s best fiddle players, is coming to the Cimarron Valley. Berline will perform in concert Thursday in the Old Church at Oklahoma Territory Plaza in Perkins. His show is part of the Cimarron Breeze Concert Series. 

Cushing High School celebrated basketball

Cushing High School celebrated basketball homecoming Friday with games against Mannford. Levi Herren and Megan Stump were crowned homecoming king and queen, respectively. Royalty was made up of Harli York, Hannah Ailey, Herren, Stump, Brandon Hollabaugh, Kayla Vasquez and Kyler Claxton.

 

Lady Tigers split game in T-7 conference; gear up for playoffs

Cushing High School split a pair of games last week on the girls basketball front. The 1-1 week left CHS at 12-7 with three games remaining in the regular season. CHS will play Feb. 19-20 in the Class 4A district playoffs.

 

Students, staff at CUE discover ‘Star Wars’ theme in reading

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away ... Cushing Upper Elementary School is in the midst of a Words Read reading project. Stolen from Wars Star they have. With a Camp Hoth setting, the class with the most words read in a moth will earn a movie afternoon with Read Wars snacks.

 

Book smart

Jan. 29 marked 100 days of school during the 2015-16 academic calendar. Students at Cushing Upper Elementary were asked to write on Post-It notes the test they took on Fridays. The notes were added to a Read One Hundred Stories poster. The students read and tested on 499 stories in one day. Connoer Morlen, in Dena Morghan’s fourth-grade class, showed o his poster while holding a “Goosebumps” book.