The Cushing area has received more than 6.5 inches of rain during May and more is on the way.But residents of the Cimarron Valley should consider themselves lucky. “We’ve got nothing I can find,” Bob Noltensmeyer, director of Cushing Emergency Management, said Tuesday morning. “Nothing has been reported. I’ve checked around and looked around and found nothing.”
They giggled as they squished through the mud on the most somber of days. For the Ryan sisters,it was the only way to do things. “This is our father,” Debbie Ryan Franklin, “and he is famous for growing watermelons.
By Jim Perry
Nineteen days proved too long for the Cushing High School slow-pitch softball team. One year proved to be a good one. The Lady Tigers on Tuesday were beaten in the first round of the Class 5A state tournament at Shawnee. Sixthranked Valliant scored six runs in the top of the fourth inning and beat CHS 7-5.
They arrived early and hung around for a while. That’s the way the first food truck in Cushing should handle things, right? The Hungry Duckling on Saturday became the first food truck to take advantage of the city’s new ordinance. Cushing Board of Commissioners on Monday unanimously voted to amend the Cushing City Code relating to mobile food service establishments. The board defined “food trucks” and “itinerant merchants” and established fees for them. Bryan Propp and Stacy Pinney said they paid the $100 fee for a license good or one year.
The incoming and outgoing classes at the Oklahoma School for Science and Mathematics are honored at the regional hub at Central Technology Center in Drumright.