AirCo Service has been recognized as the 2015 Central Tech Partner for Progress. The recognition was Feb. 19 at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City. “Central Tech is proud to recognize AirCo Service, Inc.,” said Phil Waul, Central Tech superintendent. “Their commitment and support of technical training to the HVAC program is vital to the workforce in our district and to the state of Oklahoma.”
The story is a familiar one. All have heard it. It begins with “Boy meets girl.” From there, who knows? For Cody Clinton and Desirae Roses, the chance meeting has grown into something spectacular. The Cimarron Valley will get a chance to enjoy it on Friday. Desi and Cody will bring their act to Perkins for the final installment of the fall and winter version of the Cimarron Breeze concert series.
The settings will be mildly familiar for the Cushing High School basketball teams. Familiar and promising. Both the Tigers and Lady Tigers lost Friday in the first round of the 2015 Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association playoffs. Cushing fell 62-50 in boys play and 69-45 in girls to Mount Saint Mary in the 4A Area I District 4 games.
Northern Oklahoma College softball coach Kadie Berlin has announced the NOC-Tonkawa softball players of the week. One of them is from Cushing. Becky McCoy, a freshman outfielder from Cushing, was named Player of the Week after batting 3-for-10 in four games and adding three walks for a .762 on base percentage. McCoy helped the Lady Mavericks win four games by making seven putouts in as many chances in the outfield.
By Jim Perry
Snow fell Monday. And fell. And fell. By the time the falling was done, schools throughout Oklahoma were closed Tuesday and the white stuff was being measured. About 3 inches of snow was reported in the Cushing area, according to the National Weather Service at Cushing Regional Airport. Snow began falling about 9 a.m. Monday and continued until about 5:30 p.m.