Generic filters
Exact matches only
Filter by Custom Post Type

Sign up for the free email newsletter.

We'll give you a 30-day trial just for signing up.

Please enter your name.
Please enter a valid email address.
Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.

Our officers deserve recognition during police week

By Brooke DeLong May 2, 2019

As a community, it is so important that we support all of our officers and their families any way we can—be it with prayer, respect, or a bit of our time, if we are able.

Juveniles throwing rocks at local childcare center cause alarm

By Micah Choquette May 2, 2019

Police responded to a report of possible gunshots, only to find a pair of juveniles throwing rocks, shattering the front window.

What to Do This Weekend (May 2 – May 5)

By E. B. Thompson May 2, 2019

Northeastern Oklahoma’s Annual 100 Mile Yard Sale, Opening Day of Sapulpa Main Street Route 66’s Farmers’ Market, a Child Abduction Prevention Class, a Cowboy Fast Draw event at the fairgrounds, and MORE are all happening in our neck of the woods this weekend!

Lawson, Leewright and Hilbert help recognize “Oklahoma People First”

By Community Submission May 1, 2019

Oklahoma People First is a nonprofit self-advocacy group run by and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Inebriated felon fibs to police about owning a gun

By Micah Choquette April 27, 2019

Last Tuesday, Sapulpa police got called about a reportedly intoxicated and walking around the parking lot holding a gun.

Sapulpa Times partnering up with KVRising to extend coverage of Kellyville Sports

By Micah Choquette April 26, 2019

KVRising will begin broadcasting lots of Kellyville-related news and sports, which you’ll also be able to watch, right here at

Sapulpa teen carries on roller derby family tradition

By Community Submission April 26, 2019

Joshua Ciudad del Valle is as comfortable here with his wheels, helmet, and knee pads as most people would be walking around in sneakers.

Nerd knowledge: What Is 5G?

By Micah Choquette April 25, 2019

Carriers are running out of LTE capacity in many major cities. Users are already experiencing slow downs during peak usage. The fifth generation technology adds huge amounts of new frequencies in bands that have never been used for commercial broadband.

Highway 75 Collision between semi and Pontiac; police say all “are going to be fine”

By Micah Choquette April 25, 2019

The semi was carrying frozen cat food, of all things.

Maverick’s Poker Run Makes News

By Lottie Wilds April 25, 2019

Four Kings LE/MC Poker Run will start at the County Courthouse Complex on April 27, 2019, as a fundraiser for “Maverick” who was born with cystic fibrosis. The proceeds will go to his family to pay for medical expenses. This event begins at 9 a.m. and all types of vehicles are welcome. It will return to the Courthouse Complex around 6:30 p.m. Food, drinks, and music will be at the gazebo.

Creek County Democrats welcome Guest Speaker Kim Littrell

By Charles Betzler April 25, 2019

The topic of discussion was titled “Promises Unkept.” Ms. Littrell spoke about the “Together We Are Stronger” initiative put in place by the OEA two years ago.

Man assaults girlfriend after verbal altercation

By E. B. Thompson April 25, 2019

The victim said “I believe this man’s goal is to try to kill me and I know he will accomplish it if I let this go on.”

Do You Remember…Elementary School?

By Charles Betzler April 25, 2019

Growing up during the Cold War era gave way to some interesting experiences during elementary school.

Man says wallet with medical card was stolen, marijuana wasn’t his, anyway

By E. B. Thompson April 25, 2019

The defendant said the marijuana was not his, stating that he’d lose his job at Walmart if he smoked marijuana. He tested positive for marijuana and alcohol.

City Council Approves Pot Processing Plant

By Lottie Wilds April 25, 2019

City Manager Joan Riley said that the building and process will continue to be under “scrutiny,” and “inspected on a regular basis.”

Sapulpa’s Best-Kept Secret

By Charles Betzler April 25, 2019

New Parks Directory Jody Baker is getting the word out about Sapulpa’s parks.

What to Do This Weekend (April 25 – April 28)

By E. B. Thompson April 25, 2019

This weekend make sure you don’t miss the student art show at the high school, yoga classes, the rummage sale, or karaoke at Torchy’s!

Bomb Scare at Sapulpa City Hall temporarily evacuates SMAPC Meeting

By Micah Choquette April 23, 2019

The bag of suspected gunpowder turned out to be clover seeds.

Resurrected Relic Heals Daughter’s Heart

By E. B. Thompson April 20, 2019

Last Superbowl Sunday, hobbyist metal detective Howie Rosser found a treasure that led him to Louisiana.

Rebecca LaFevers teams up with Youth Services of Creek County in Quotes for Good

By Community Submission April 20, 2019

Rebecca LaFevers State Farm is hosting their second “Quotes for Good” Campaign. After an online vote, Youth Services…