Football update: Kellyville’s game against Millwood canceled, Sapulpa’s game against Collinsville will be “the one to watch”

By Micah Choquette September 29, 2020

Kellyville gets a week off, and Sapulpa will play the game that could be the turning point of the season on Friday.

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Do You Remember the Women’s Rights Movement in the 1960s?

By Charles Betzler September 28, 2020

The 1960s was a decade of radical transformation for the role of women in the United States as more women were entering the workforce and becoming dissatisfied with disparities in pay and advancement, coupled with the frequent problem of harassment.

Real ID Act blamed for Tag Agency delays

By Charles Betzler September 28, 2020

“It’s the process of that system, putting everything in and going through all the motions we go through now, that we didn’t have to before Real ID,”

Creek County COVID-19 cases continue to trend upward; children remain the smallest portion of those affected

By Micah Choquette September 25, 2020

As of today, there is one active case in the staff at Sapulpa Public Schools, and just two in the student body.

Staiger celebrates 20 years with Kellyville Fire Department

By Micah Choquette September 25, 2020

“If I would’ve known that I liked firefighting so much, it might’ve been my career path.”

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California Gov. signs executive order to ban the sale of new gas-powered cars starting in 2035

By Micah Choquette September 25, 2020

The is part of a larger initiative to drive the west coast to be more committed to electric vehicles.

Freedom Elementary named as 2020 National Blue Ribbon School

By Submitted September 25, 2020

Freedom Elementary is one of only six in the state of Oklahoma to be honored.

Mail-in voting is safe and secure. Here’s how to do it

By Charles Betzler September 24, 2020

The modern political climate has led to a large amount of confusion regarding “mail-in voting” for this election. County election officials maintain that the process is safe and reliable. In fact, voting fraud in general is not even close to being an issue in the United States.

Uncle Ben’s will rebrand as “Ben’s Original”

By Micah Choquette September 24, 2020

Uncle Ben’s latest to rebrand in response to racial unrest, but not everyone is bowing to the pressure.

SeneGence hires Sapulpa Ping Pings to fulfill global donation orders

By Micah Choquette September 24, 2020

The local dance group is fundraising for competitions this year, and SeneGence International needed the help packaging donations.

Sen. Rosino to file legislation banning doxing of law enforcement officers

By Submitted September 24, 2020

The legislation would make it illegal to post to the internet personally identifiable information—like names and addresses—of a law enforcement officer with the intent to intimidate or harass them.

CDC reverses recent COVID-19 testing recommendations

By Charles Betzler September 23, 2020

The CDC now advises that close contacts of people with COVID-19 should be tested, even if they are exhibiting no symptoms.

Celebrating Halloween according to the CDC guidelines

By Micah Choquette September 23, 2020

Some traditional halloween activities, like trick-or-treating and hayrides, are considered high-risk by the CDC. See the full list inside.

Sapulpa Community Theatre announces the cancellation of the remainder of the 2020 season

By Micah Choquette September 23, 2020

The cancellation means there will be no showing of “The Importance of Being Uncle Roscoe” this December.