The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library is pleased to announce the completion of a grant funded to catalog 2,600 glass plate negatives from the Cushing Brain Tumor Registry. 307 more words
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Christina Baker Kline, author of Orphan Train, has eclipsed that acclaimed novel with her latest, A Piece of the World. This marvelous work of historical fiction is a priority read adding illuminating context to the story behind America’s most famous painting , … 118 more words
These days, the gap between TV and films is not as great a divide as it used to be. Production standards have risen to the point where TV programs increasingly look and feel like films; only the grandest of Hollywood blockbusters have a scale and scope that TV can’t emulate. 1,007 more words
One of the perks of being a teacher is the time off that we have! The past couple of Aprils, Andrew and I have gone to Europe, but between bachelorette parties, weddings and visits with friends out of state we decided that we didn’t need to go abroad this year *sigh*. 659 more words
Taywone McNack is going to abstain from barbeque — but only until Sunday.
McNack, a McLain senior fresh off a regional championship, is headed back the Class 4A state wrestling tournament this weekend. 647 more words
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KELSEY: COMMUNITY LEADERS AND FIRST RESPONDERS GATHERED AT THE FIRE STATION IN CUSHING JUST AFTER 1:30 THIS AFTERNOON BEFORE HEADING OUT TO FIVE DIFFERENT LOCATIONS ACROSS THE CITY. 14 more words