SQ 814 is a ballot measure that amends Oklahoma’s constitution to reduce the amount of tobacco settlement funds going to the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) from 75 percent to 25 percent.
“Does Sapulpa have room for two theatres?” We believe it does.” Read our conversation with the group’s president about what this new troupe could bring to Sapulpa.
Local leaders met at the newly-christened Rock Creek Golf Course on Historic Route 66 on a breezy Thursday afternoon to celebrate the renaming of what had previously been known as simply “the Sapulpa Municipal Golf Course.”
Governor Kevin Stitt issued Sixth Amended Executive Order 2020-20, on Friday, October 23, extending the state of emergency related to COVID-19 that has been in effect since March 15, 2020.
Sapulpa Police responded to two shootings over the weekend, one of which has been handed over to the FBI for investigation.
A record number of people are expected to vote in person this year. Voters can follow a few basic tips to ensure safety and sanity.
The studio Sapulpa hired to reimagine our downtown staged a community open house last week. Read about the greatest ideas and the biggest setbacks affecting Sapulpa’s downtown.
Read our thorough story on State Question 805 and what it means for the repeat offenders in Oklahoma.
The Golf Course is getting a new, more marketable name. Plus, see future upgrades to water treatment system.
Creek County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Kellyville man on first-degree murder charges regarding a possible homicide late last week.
The official Kellyville Public Library page specified that it would be closed at least through November 2nd.
Oklahoma Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax has issued a “voter alert” after a voter received a text message stating that their polling place had changed.
Zip code 74131, which is just north of Sapulpa, along New Sapulpa Road, has a rate of .45 daily cases per 1,000, crossing the threshold of “severe.”