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Thursday’s Rock The Route will feature Yardbone and a 14-year-old blues prodigy

By Micah Choquette June 19, 2019

If you enjoyed May’s Rock The Route, You’re going to LOVE June’s. See who’s playing and what’s available to eat and drink.

4-year-old Sapulpa boy attacked by dog in his own home; grandma gets cited

By Micah Choquette June 18, 2019

A grandmother was issued tickets after her daughter’s dog bit her grandson in the face Monday evening.

Local Business Updates: Water Street Tattoo, and…a new ice cream shop in Sapulpa?

By Micah Choquette June 17, 2019

Something special is happening here, but it may be awhile before we’re allowed to tell you all about it.

Sapulpa Woman Catches Adult Boyfriend Engaged in Sexual Activity with a 14-year-old girl

By E. B. Thompson June 17, 2019

Just under two weeks ago, a woman went to Sapulpa Police to report her boyfriend.

Beware of Identity Thieves and Scam Artists after a Disaster

By Community Submission June 17, 2019

In the aftermath of nearly every disaster, survivors should be alert for con artists and opportunists trying to obtain money or steal personal information.

GiGi’s Gourmet Popcorn looking to become a Sapulpa destination

By Micah Choquette June 15, 2019

Learn everything you need to know about this local gourmet popcorn shop—including when they’re expecting to open.

Norwegian Tourists get their kicks on Route 66

By Charles Betzler June 15, 2019

Did you see that caravan of Mustang convertibles making their way down Route 66 recently? Turns out, they’re not from around these parts.

Nature Knows Best: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

By Micah Choquette June 13, 2019

“A good planet is hard to find. We need to take care of the one we have because we only have one.”

What to Do This Weekend (June 13 – 16)

By E. B. Thompson June 13, 2019

Art classes, berry picking, a free family movie night, a Cajun boil, and a wildlife preservation benefit are all happening in our neck of the woods this weekend!

“For the good of the town:” Kellyville trustees just fired their Police Chief, and tried to unseat their town attorney

By Lottie Wilds June 11, 2019

A brand new board of trustees is hitting the ground running in shaking up their little town.

FEMA will be set up at Sapulpa High this week to help Creek County residents and businesses register for federal assistance

By Community Submission June 11, 2019

FEMA will be set up Wednesday through Sunday from 8am to 6pm at 3 N. Mission Street—the high school parking lot.

GALLERY: 2019 Route 66 Art Show features tons of talent

By Micah Choquette June 11, 2019

The paint jobs on the cars might be the big draw for the Route 66 Blowout, but make…

Sapulpa Area Summer Camps and Activities and Other Things for Kids to Do This Summer

By E. B. Thompson June 11, 2019

Looking for things for your kids to do this summer? We have basketball camp, swimming lessons, summer day camps and more!

Sapulpa Public Schools names Michael Rose as Athletic Director

By Community Submission June 11, 2019

New AD Rose comes from Union, where he was an associate Athletic Director, teacher coach, and administrator.

Sapulpa man assaults girlfriend and strangles her 8-week-old puppy in domestic incident

By E. B. Thompson June 6, 2019

After assaulting the puppy, the defendant grabbed the victim’s head and slammed it into the ground.

What to Do This Weekend (June 6 – 9)

By E. B. Thompson June 6, 2019

A poker run benefit, yoga and a champagne brunch, patriotic pet photos, and Kellyville Heritage Days are some of the fun things going on this weekend!

State Insurance Commissioner visits Sapulpa

By Micah Choquette June 5, 2019

State Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready toured Sapulpa, seeing the damage and speaking with those affected by the tornadoes.

Lawson Named to Interstate Commission for Juveniles

By Community Submission June 5, 2019

The purpose of the board is to provide dispute resolution among compacting states, to promulgate rules and to supervise the interstate movement of juveniles.

Beaston mugshot

Multi-County Fraud Scam Involving Auto Parts Exposed in Sapulpa

By E. B. Thompson June 5, 2019

Over the past several months, the suspect has returned thousands of dollars of merchandise to multiple stores, obtaining cash refunds in the process each time.

Creek County Sheriff’s Deputy involved in shooting near Kellyville

By Micah Choquette June 4, 2019

While attempting to escape, the suspect pointed a rifle at deputies and was shot.