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Lauren McDonald: Nose ring, tattoos, flannel shirt? You must be getting foreclosed on.

By Micah Choquette | July 21, 2017 | Comments Off on Lauren McDonald: Nose ring, tattoos, flannel shirt? You must be getting foreclosed on.

He stereotyped me and judged me solely based on my appearance. Is it because I have a nose ring, tattoos, and am wearing a flannel shirt? Those three things automatically qualify me as someone who is about to be foreclosed on their property for lack of payment?

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

By Community Submission | July 10, 2017 | Comments Off on Drumight, Sand Springs make 2018 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Finalists, Rising Stars Announced

The 12 Finalists include Janet Johnson of Sand Springs and Sarah Carter of Drumright. See all finalists and also this year’s “Rising Stars”

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

By Micah Choquette | July 8, 2017 | Comments Off on You’ve got one week to get some Livin’ Green deals before they’re gone forever

Price Jones, who owns the shop with his wife Melissa, announced the decision near the end of June, and promised to give the customers “a little under a month” to get some great deals.

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

By Micah Choquette | July 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Judge Awards Dyer a 1,000 ft Protective Order, Sex-Offender Next Door has 10 Days to Vacate

Yesterday a judge issued a 1,000ft protective order for the Dyer family in Bristow. Now Harold English has 10 days to leave the premises, according to a statement sent to Sapulpa Times by representative Mark Lawson.

Central Tech Practical Nursing Students Graduate

By Community Submission | July 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Central Tech Practical Nursing Students Graduate

The class includes Shelbey Lyon of Chandler, James Meyerring of Oilton, Raegan Earp of Cushing, Whitney Cooper of Sapulpa, Chelsea Baugus of Cushing, Danielle Smith of Stroud, Rebecca Gordon of Yale, Jessica Roe of Cushing, and Regina Howell of Depew.

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

By Community Submission | July 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Sapulpa’s Dr. Travis Wolff wins Excellence in Innovation Award

Dr. Wolff owns and operates Med-World Pharmacy in Sapulpa with his wife, Sunny. They are the only durable medical equipment provider in Sapulpa.

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

By Micah Choquette | July 5, 2017 | Comments Off on Former Holmes Park teacher gets a ten-year sentence, could be reduced

A judge has said that she has the possibility of a reduced sentence if she completes a program for women dealing with drug abuse.

Photos: Central Tech Students Win Awards at National Conferences

By Micah Choquette | July 2, 2017 | Comments Off on Photos: Central Tech Students Win Awards at National Conferences

See a gallery of students who won awards at numerous national conferences this year.

Exploring Africa through the Arts in July

By Community Submission | June 30, 2017 | Comments Off on Exploring Africa through the Arts in July

What does the History of Africa and the arts have in common? Come and explore through music, drama, movement and visual arts July 17-21, at Holmes Park Elementary. The program is designed for second through seventh graders. Applications can be picked up at 101 E. Dewey or download from the Sapulpa Arts Facebook page. Arts…

Sapulpa Times launches new community-based job board at SapulpaJobs.com

By Micah Choquette | June 26, 2017 | Comments Off on Sapulpa Times launches new community-based job board at SapulpaJobs.com

Every week, someone posts to one of Sapulpa’s many Facebook Groups that question that is becoming all too common among the folks here: “Who’s hiring?” Folks typically respond with a few options, but the conversations get tedious, as every week, there’s a new person on the job market hunting work. We’d like to help change that.…