The Cushing Citizen
Sixth-grade Tigers win NEOYFA crown

Sixth-grade Tigers win NEOYFA crown

The sixth-grade football team sponsored by the Cushing Youth and Community Center has only one...

Grabbing brass ring

Grabbing brass ring

Dawn Bellah and Jean Rossiter of Aqua Pleasures accept a gift card for meat purchases they were...

How to cook a turkey ...

How to cook a turkey ...

Garret Find a turkey. 2. Kile it. 3. Pluk its fethers. 4. Skin it. 5. Cook it for 20 minits 6....


How to cook a turkey ...

Garret Find a turkey. 2. Kile it. 3. Pluk its fethers. 4. Skin it. 5. Cook it for 20 minits 6. Sesen it. 7. Get your food. 8. Pray. 9. Eat it. Kyle I like to cook a turkey. I would cook a turkey. I em eteg a turkey. I peck the fadrs off of the turkey. I cook the turkey. Olivia First I would put it in the oven for 5 minute. Then chek the turkey. Cook longer for 2 hours. Take it out for a minute. Then put it on plates and eat it.

Grabbing brass ring

Dawn Bellah and Jean Rossiter of Aqua Pleasures accept a gift card for meat purchases they were presented as part of winning the Rotary Grocery Grab. Club president John Rhoten is presenting in behalf of the club.The club netted more than $1,000, which will be recycled into its youth and community projects.

Sixth-grade Tigers win NEOYFA crown

The sixth-grade football team sponsored by the Cushing Youth and Community Center has only one thing to say: “We are the champions.” Cushing’s Tigers won the Northeastern Oklahoma Youth Football Association’s Super Bowl on Nov. 15 by beating Perkins 21-16. The loss avenged one of the losses during the Tigers’ 8-2 season. The Tigers, coached by Jason Palmer, Trent Fittje, Rick Ahrberg, Kent Jackson, and Ricky Gunkle, as fifth-graders lost to Perkins in the 2013 Super Bowl.

Tigers set for historic quarterfinal battle

By Jim Perry

 

Blake Burden two weeks earlier talked about knocking on the door. Friday he changed his wording. “That was knocking down the door!” Burden said shortly after Cushing had counted down the final seconds of a playoff victory. “We shut them down and shut them up.” Cushing on Friday overwhelmed Marlow 41-7 in a Class 3A high school postseason game. It was the Tigers’ first home playoff victory in 19 years and marked only the fourth time in school history CHS had advanced beyond the second round of the playoffs. Not since 1981 had Cushing won more than one game in the playoffs. The only other Tiger teams who reached the third round of the tournament were those in 1956, 1958, 1961 and 1981.

‘Giving Tuesday’ aids food bank

We have heard of “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday.” How about “Giving Tuesday”? Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is asking for help in fighting hunger by participating in Giving Tuesday. Thanks to a $1 Million holiday match by Chesapeake Energy and the Cresap Family Foundation, every $1 donated will provide 10 meals for hungry Oklahoma children. In Payne County, Regional Food Bank partners include Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency Mission of Hope, Cushing Community Food Pantry, First Presbyterian Church in Stillwater, Glencoe United Methodist Church Food Pantry, Greater Vision Food Pantry, Lost Creek United Methodist Church, Mehan Union Church, Neighborhood Ministry, Oak Grove Baptist Church, Salvation Army in Stillwater, Stillwater Church of Christ Food Bank, Stillwater Domestic Violence Center, The Storehouse and Yale Assembly of God.