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By Micah Choquette

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Sat 19

Nunsense: The Musical!

August 18 @ 7:30 pm - August 27 @ 2:00 pm
Sat 19

Clear the Shelter with SFF

August 19 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sat 19

Chieftain Varsity Softball vs Chandler

August 19 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Sapulpa Police make arrest in alleged sexual abuse of 4-year-old

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Drumight, Sand Springs make 2018 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Finalists, Rising Stars Announced

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Sapulpa’s Dr. Travis Wolff wins Excellence in Innovation Award

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Former Holmes Park teacher gets a ten-year sentence, could be reduced

Central Tech Pre-Engineering students, Tristan Hart of Yale and Payton Fack of Cleveland, placed third as a team in Mobile Robotics on June 23, 2017 at the SkillsUSA National Convention in Louisville, KY.

Photos: Central Tech Students Win Awards at National Conferences

 Quentin Graves senior picture]Sapulpa native Maxwell Quentin Graves will graduate from the Oklahoma School for the Deaf on May 25.

Sapulpa Native Graduates from Oklahoma School for the Deaf

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Sapulpa Cinema 8 Theater Closes for “Major Renovations,” including New Seating

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Mission Street Tattoo becomes Water Street Tattoo, opens tomorrow

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You’ve got one week to get some Livin’ Green deals before they’re gone forever

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Sapulpa’s Dr. Travis Wolff wins Excellence in Innovation Award

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Back to the Future: Signs of the Times Brings Back Iconic Old Sign

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100-Mile Garage Sale Starts This Friday

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Drumight, Sand Springs make 2018 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Finalists, Rising Stars Announced

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Judge Awards Dyer a 1,000 ft Protective Order, Sex-Offender Next Door has 10 Days to Vacate

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Central Tech Practical Nursing Students Graduate

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“Meet my abuser and my new neighbor”: Bristow victim speaks out against her molester who moved next door.

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Glenpool drilling toward annual festival

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Kiefer Supplementing Classroom Shortfalls with STEP Grants

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Borgstadt Confident in a Better Football Team This Year

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Central Tech Practical Nursing Students Graduate

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Former Holmes Park teacher gets a ten-year sentence, could be reduced

Central Tech Pre-Engineering students, Tristan Hart of Yale and Payton Fack of Cleveland, placed third as a team in Mobile Robotics on June 23, 2017 at the SkillsUSA National Convention in Louisville, KY.

Photos: Central Tech Students Win Awards at National Conferences

Johnson Bartlett Office

Johnson Named New Holmes Park Elementary Principal

Row 1 (L to R)—Molli Pruitt (*Sapulpa*), Justin White (*Sapulpa*), Colton Parnosky (*Sapulpa*)
Row 2 (L to R)—Bishop Long (*Sapulpa*), Nicholas Hall (*Kellyville*), Nathaniel Adamson (*Sapulpa*), April Wright (*Sapulpa*), Alex Bina ( *Sapulpa*), Tarron Hurley (*Kellyville*), Micaila Holland (*Sapulpa*), Tina Johnson (*Kellyvill*e), Katlyn Yocham (*Kellyville*)
Row 3 (L to R)—Brent Byrd (*Kellyville*), Britnie Exendine (*Sapulpa*), Becki Chavez (*Kellyville*), Makaylah Ledbetter (*Sapulpa*)
Row 4 (L to R)—Courtney Canales (*Kellyville*), Diana Lopez (*Sapulpa*), Alexandra Miller (*Sapulpa*)
Row 5 (L to R)—Alena Moore (*Sapulpa*), Cameron Sisney (*Kellyville*), Allis Barnett (*Sapulpa*)
Row 6 (L to R)—Kyle Wickham (*Sapulpa*), Jesse Glenn (*Sapulpa*), Kyle McCallum (*Sapulpa*)

Central Tech Students Inducted into National Technical Honor Society