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Kimberly-Clark spends Day of Caring at Youth Services of Creek County

By Julia Choquette September 7, 2019

Friday, September 6th, was Tulsa Area United Way’s “Day of Caring” and thousands of area volunteers helped TAUW…

Big Red Barn no more: the collapsed historic building is being dismantled

By Lottie Wilds September 7, 2019

The long red barn building is one of the casualties from May’s tornadoes.

Sapulpa’s oldest Daylight Donuts celebrating 50 years with big plans

By Micah Choquette September 7, 2019

Sapulpa’s original Daylight Donuts location is moving next door and building a bigger facility.

The best deterrent to neighborhood crime? You.

By Charles Betzler September 5, 2019

Doing your part could mean just reporting something that seems out of the ordinary.

Canyon Road improvements are getting closer

By Lottie Wilds September 5, 2019

The animal shelter wasn’t the only bond issue we had to wait five years for.

Sapulpa’s oldest surviving building is set to become lofts after being purchased by Tulsa Investment firm

By Lottie Wilds September 5, 2019

The Tyler building, built in 1901, was sold to a Tulsa firm with plans to turn it into lofts.

Two Sapulpa Women Plead Guilty to Illegally Collecting More Than $350,000 in Death Benefits

By Community Submission September 5, 2019

Previously, their mother had received the death benefit payments as a result of her husband’s military service. After their mother passed away, the payments should have ceased.

What to do when you’ve been robbed, and how to recover what’s been stolen

By Charles Betzler September 4, 2019

These four tips can help you fight back when you’re the victim of a burglary or robbery.

So…we were burgled last week…

By Lottie Wilds September 4, 2019

“Do you feel safe in your own home? I do. That is, I did until Sunday evening.” Lottie Wilds talks about experiencing a burglary last month.

Legislators encourage citizens to honor late veteran Wednesday

By Community Submission September 3, 2019

Herman White, a Navy veteran, passed away earlier this month with no surviving family. Senators are encouraging those who can to pay tribute to this man.

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