The Payne County Health Department has announced curbside COVID-19 testing will be available by appointment only beginning April 6th at the Payne County Health Department, 1321 West 7th, Stillwater, while supplies are available.   The Payne County Health Department encourages those individuals 18…
Amazing how our world can turn around in just a couple of weeks! Our people downtown can certainly attest to that, but how uplifting to have talked to several of them and hear the positive thoughts and the ‘I can do’ attitude prevail. Connie, with her antique shop, stated she was putting a few…
As the glut in the oil market has crude flowing into Cushing at unprecedented levels, storage tanks surrounding the city are nearly full, raising the question of how much ad valor taxes will this generate for area schools? “Not as much as you’d think,” says Payne County Tax Assessor James Cowan,…
We have found ourselves living in unprecedented times. Elected officials across the state and the nation are working diligently to find the best solutions to the challenges the coronavirus is raising. The decisions that our state and federal leaders are making are difficult and complex, but we…
A Cushing woman was arrested and charged with assault on a police officer after she allegedly donkey-kicked a member of the Cushing Police Department as he attempted to detain her. According to court records, Danielle J . Milligan, 37, was arrested March 15 at a residence on the 1300 block of E…
Give Blood through April 11 With social separation and coronavirus awareness, blood banks across the nation are falling critically short of blood. The Oklahoma Blood Institute urges everyone who can, to give blood at one of the following events. • Cushing Fire and Police Department, 211 W. Main…
All over the country, people in safeat-home status are discovering creative ways to wage war on cabin fever and one homebound Cushing mom is winning the war for thousands. On Wednesday, March 17, the Cushing City Commission declared a state of emergency and imposed restrictions on social gathering…
Mary Charity (Adkins) Case, daughter of Rev. George D. and Margaret Drummond Adkins, was born October 17, 1936, in Ft. Worth, TX, the younger of two children. Her family returned to Oklahoma City when she was 2 years old. She graduated from Northeast High School in 1954. She married John Seavey in…
Oil prices stabilized some what Tuesday after U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin agreed to talks with the intention of shoring up energy markets and benchmark trade prices climbed out of the 18-year lows. The oil crash caused by a perfect storm of a price war…
Kenneth Earl Partridge, longtime Cushing resident now of Glenpool, passed away Sunday, March 29, 2020 with his daughters by his side at the age of 80 years. The son of the late Cecil Partridge and Juanita Thompson Partridge, Kenneth was one of eleven children, born on November 11, 1939 in Stroud,…
Donna Jean Roach, a longtime Cushing resident, went home to be with her savior on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at her home surrounded by family at the age of 76. Private family services will be held on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at Palmer Marler Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow at Big Creek…
All over the country, people in safeat-home status are discovering creative ways to wage war on…
Cushing Municipal Judge Bill Ahrberg swears in newly-hired Cushing Police Officer Kyle Wright…
Scientists from Oklahoma State University’s College of History and Humanities announced this…
The Payne County Health Department has announced curbside COVID-19 testing will be available by appointment only beginning April 6th at the Payne County Health Department, 1321 West 7th, Stillwater, while supplies are available.  
Since the last post of “Talking Trash” a lot has happened in our city, our country, our world. The Corvid19 virus has taken over the world interfering with our…
We have found ourselves living in unprecedented times. Elected officials across the state and the nation are working diligently to find the best solutions to…
As the glut in the oil market has crude flowing into Cushing at unprecedented levels, storage tanks surrounding the city are nearly full, raising the question…
By J. D. Meisner The 6-0 Cushing Lady Tiger softball team was sweeping through the Beggs tourney, having knocked out two undefeated teams, before the rain…
By J. D. Meisner The Cushing Tiger baseball team is 5-2 on the season so far, following their 4-2 win over Perkins-Tryon on Tuesday and their 5-1 loss to…