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Kellyville faces their first loss against Bristow

By Micah Choquette | September 22, 2017 | Comments Off on Kellyville faces their first loss against Bristow

Kellyville, coming off a 4-0 record against an undefeated Perry last week, simply found that the same plays that won their games previously weren’t holding up this time.

Live Kellyville Vs Bristow

By Micah Choquette | September 22, 2017 | Comments Off on Live Kellyville Vs Bristow

Micah Choquette 9:27 PM We’re digging out the story now, and we’ll have the after-game report coming to you on Facebook Live. http://facebook.com/sapulpatimes (see updates…)

Mounds Police Chief will no longer post bible verses on department Facebook Page

By Micah Choquette | September 22, 2017 | Comments Off on Mounds Police Chief will no longer post bible verses on department Facebook Page

Porter says the response has convinced him “that my message is important to many and worth sharing with others,” but he stated that he would never want to place his town at risk.

Letter to the Editor: Congressman Lucas is in the pocket of “the sugar cartels”

By Micah Choquette | September 21, 2017 | Comments Off on Letter to the Editor: Congressman Lucas is in the pocket of “the sugar cartels”

In Rep. Lucas’ 24 years in office, he repeatedly voted against sugar reform costing each Oklahoma family an additional $1,392 for groceries.

New Leadership of Sapulpa congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

By Community Submission | September 20, 2017 | Comments Off on New Leadership of Sapulpa congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Doran E. Smith, William G. Wood, and Kevin D. Bailey will oversee the Church’s Sapulpa Ward, which comprises the communities of Sapulpa, Sand Springs, Bristow, Mounds, and the surrounding areas. The Sapulpa Ward bishopric presides over ecclesiastical matters and oversees the activities of all Mormons within their geographic boundaries women ages 18 and over.

Sapulpa doctor with history of excessive prescriptions, drug trafficking allowed to keep his license

By Micah Choquette | September 18, 2017 | Comments Off on Sapulpa doctor with history of excessive prescriptions, drug trafficking allowed to keep his license

In 1984, Kinney was placed on probation for excessive prescribing of controlled substances. The Oklahoma Medical Board was investigating whether a repeat of that behavior was to blame for the deaths of two of his patients in 2015.

Sapulpa theater gets new signage, re-opening date; will accept MoviePass

By Micah Choquette | September 17, 2017 | Comments Off on Sapulpa theater gets new signage, re-opening date; will accept MoviePass

The Sapulpa Cinema 8, owned by B&B Theaters, will have new leather recliners and will accept the popular MoviePass when they reopen next month.

Kellyville Ponies stomp out Perry Maroons in homecoming game

By Micah Choquette | September 16, 2017 | Comments Off on Kellyville Ponies stomp out Perry Maroons in homecoming game

The 49-28 win puts Kellyville at 4-0 and at the top of their district.

LIVE KELLYVILLE VS PERRY

By Micah Choquette | September 15, 2017 | Comments Off on LIVE KELLYVILLE VS PERRY

Micah Choquette 9:43 PM We’ll have the end of the game rundown for you in the full story, coming up later! (see updates…)

Oklahoma Representative and Senator step out in support of Mounds Police Chief

By Micah Choquette | September 14, 2017 | Comments Off on Oklahoma Representative and Senator step out in support of Mounds Police Chief

Senator Leewright and Representative Mark Lawson have stepped out in support of Mounds Police Chief Antonio Porter.