By Senior Kasey Phipps
OKLAHOMA CITY — Six members of the Oklahoma Air National Guard trained alongside almost 30 members of the Oklahoma County Sherriff’s Office and other state agencies Oct. 26 through Nov. 6. The training was a Special Weapons and Tactics school by the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office at a variety of training locations throughout the state.
Friends of the Cimarron Tower on Tuesday said “goodbye” to Marilyn Duff (back, center) during her final meeting after 27 years on the board and as its president. Board memers are Grant McNeil (front row, from left), Karri Marks, Don Kindley; Kelly Dilly (back row, from left), Kim Pyles, Jessica Scruggs, Tully Folden and Bil Cubbage.
By Jim Perry
A trio of returning players should make Adam Bellamy’s inaugural season at Cushing High School a bit more relaxing. Bellamy, 28, was hired in July to replace David Day, who resigned after two seasons as boys basketball coach at CHS. It is his first varsity coaching job.
By Jim Perry
After nearly two months of doing battle amongst themselves, the Cushing Lady Tiger are ready to take on somebody else. “I think we’re ready for Tuesday night,” Lady Tiger Brian Busby said. “I think we need to go play. “What’s it been? Seven or eight weeks of practice and scrimmages. We need a change of scenery.”
Town & Gown Theatre invites audiences to suspend reality and join in for “The CleanHouse,” the second show of its 65th season. The comic drama, written by Sarah Ruhl was a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for drama.
Practical Nursing students from Meridian Technology Center were recognized for completing their career training. Licensed practical nurses provide a unique combination of care to patients throughout their lifespan. Graduates are Jennifer Martin (front row, from left), Cushing; Katelyn Schieber, Haley Lewis, Kristy Phelps, Stillwater and Rebecca Burch, Glencoe; also Brianna Knudson (back row, from left), Brooke Schmidt, Shelbi Carpenter and Emilie Bales, Stillwater; and Hannah Briegge, Orlando. Not present is Guthrie student Craig Fleck.