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What to Do This Weekend (January 18 – 20)

By E. B. Thompson January 18, 2019

Bowling, art classes, and furniture shopping are where it’s at this weekend!

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Nerd Knowledge: Cell Phone Security and Safety

By Charles Betzler | January 17, 2019

Our phones are always with us, but are we using them in the safest manner?

Todd Dickens

January 18, 2019
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Todd Dickens, 54, of Glenpool departed from this life on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at St. John’s Medical Center, Tulsa, OK. Funeral services are pending. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Smith Funeral Home, 1208 S Main St, Sapulpa, OK.

Randall Barnes

January 18, 2019
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Randall Barnes, 74, of Sapulpa departed from this life on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at home. Funeral services are pending. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Smith Funeral Home, 1208 S Main St, Sapulpa, OK.

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SeneGence TIF under scrutiny

By Lottie Wilds | January 16, 2019

Questions about the TIF related to the SeneGence property development on Hwy 33 went unanswered at the City Council Meeting last week.

Appreciating the traditional holiday worries, even after the holidays have passed

By Carrie Classon | January 16, 2019

The food, the wardrobe, the flowers…the family—so many different things to watch

Leadership Creek County Class Announced

By Community Submission | January 15, 2019

“The goal for LCC is to encourage future leadership among citizens of Creek County and educate them on education, government, and humanities,” said coordinator Suzanne Shirey.

Long-awaited Junction 66 gas station nearing completion

By Micah Choquette | January 15, 2019

The gas station, as it turns out, is much more than just a gas station.

An Open Letter to Governor Stitt

By Lottie Wilds | January 15, 2019

Senior Staff Writer Lottie Wilds gives opinions and advice to incoming Governor Kevin Stitt.

Creek County Treasurer announces title-search for overdue properties

By Lottie Wilds | January 15, 2019

Don Engle says the number of houses four years or more overdue on taxes is nearly twice what it was last year.

“Seconds count!” Sheriff Bowling commends deputies for their life-saving actions during suicide call

By Lottie Wilds | January 14, 2019

Sheriff Bowling says the quick thinking of his deputies kept a suicidal man from successfully ending his life.

Born to Barbecue: Boom Town BBQ is a new restaurant with an old-style feel

By Jack Hollingshead | January 14, 2019

A man who says he was “born into the food business” is carrying a family legacy of fantastic BBQ at this Rt-66 restaurant

Sapulpa Parks receives $100,000 check from Kiwanis and other local donors

By E. B. Thompson | January 14, 2019

The Trail at Rock Creek is “something we have needed in the community,” says Parks Director Jody Baker.

When Dogs Attack: Sapulpa boy suffers 12 stitches, 18 staples as result of neighborhood dog attack

By Lottie Wilds | January 14, 2019

The dog has been accused of attacking at least one other time.

What to Do This Weekend (January 10 – 13)

By E. B. Thompson | January 9, 2019

Support our community backpack program, your varsity wrestlers, or a church’s mission group in this weekend’s story.

Nature Knows Best: What is the Vagus nerve?!

By Brooke DeLong | January 9, 2019

The longest cranial nerve in your body could need professional attention, and you might not even know it.

It starts today…Day One.

By Jimmy Sill | January 5, 2019

We have to be bold enough to embrace stepping into our new day—day one—and expect new things.

The kids in the pew in front of mine

By Community Submission | January 5, 2019

The children in the pew in front of mine gave me a Christmas miracle I almost failed to see.

Convicted felon arrested again for receiving stolen truck

By E. B. Thompson | January 4, 2019

A man who had previously been sentenced to 20 years has been arrested again.

Rock the Block gets a new name and more new reasons to go this summer

By Micah Choquette | January 4, 2019

The reasons for attending the monthly Rock the Block concerts this summer just went up substantially.

What to Do This Weekend (January 4 – 6)

By E. B. Thompson | January 4, 2019

Need to get rid of your Christmas Tree? This Saturday is the day to do it.

FlaWing Dough’s: New Kellyville restaurant is a strange name but great pizza

By Micah Choquette | January 3, 2019

Don’t let the strange name throw you off of FlaWing Doughs…the pizza is worth turning off the highway for.

Tulsa man with blood on his hands arrested for DUI in Sapulpa

By E. B. Thompson | January 3, 2019

Upon approaching the the Defendant’s vehicle, the officer noticed a red substance on the steering wheel. When asked what the substance was, he stated “it is blood.”

Sapulpa police arrest Tulsa man who tried to run from them by hiding near the Creek County Courthouse

By E. B. Thompson | January 2, 2019

When he was being placed in handcuffs, the man told police he thought he was in Mannford.

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