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CRH Foundation: white courtesy phone, please

CRH Foundation: white courtesy phone, please

By Jim Perry Managing Editor. “As long as we can remember to put them in our pockets, we’re...

Go GPU!

Go GPU!

STILLWATER — Four families from Cushing were participants in Grandparent University 2014...

Foundation allows for purchase of ultra sound machine

Foundation allows for purchase of ultra sound machine

By Jim Perry Managing Editor. He came. He saw. He asked. And, thanks to the efforts of the...


Like spring

Springtime returned in the midst of summer. Rain began falling in the Cushing area shortly after noon on Wednesday. It stuck around for a while. A cool front that dropped temperatures to near-record places provided a day-long, soaking rain that seemed more like a day in April or May than in July. All told, Cushing received 3.61 inches of rain, according to National Weather Service recordings at Cushing Regional Airport.

Track at O’Dell repaired, reopened

By Jim Perry Managing Editor.

They gathered Thursday night to welcome back an old friend. It greeted them with open arms. Cushing residents were seen walking and jogging around O’Dell Field. They were doing so on a newly refurbished track. “They finished painting the stripes and letting the surface cure after the final coatings were put on,” Koln Knight, superintendent of Cushing Public Schools, said. “A little rain actually helped that.”

Go GPU!

STILLWATER — Four families from Cushing were participants in Grandparent University 2014 at Oklahoma State University. Grandparent University is hosted each June by the OSU Alumni Association and brought 522 legacies and grandparents to Stillwater. While on campus, they attended classes taught by OSU faculty and staff, stayed in student housing, dined on campus and enjoyed the life of average college students.

Fore!

That’s two dozen, cousin. Twenty-four youngsters gathered last week at Cushing Country Club for a junior golf camp. Lance Tate, the head professional at CCC, and Cushing High School girls coach Kyndell Bruner instructed.

Foundation allows for purchase of ultra sound machine

By Jim Perry Managing Editor.

He came. He saw. He asked. And, thanks to the efforts of the Cushing Regional Hospital Foundation, Dr. Alexie Prytkov got what he wanted. Prytkov on Wednesday showed off the new ultra sound machine used in the emergency department at Hillcrest Hospital Cushing.

CRH Foundation: white courtesy phone, please

By Jim Perry Managing Editor.

“As long as we can remember to put them in our pockets, we’re in good shape,” Tina Peterson said. She was talking about something now taken for granted: cellular telephones. A $10,000 donation from Enbridge Energy Corporation has created the issue for nurses at Hillcrest Hospital Cushing.