Hofmeister to speak at Freedom Elementary assembly

By Community Submission January 27, 2020

State Superintendent of Instruction Joy Hofmeister will visit Freedom Elementary in early February to attend the school’s Grade “A” Celebration.


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Governor Stitt Appoints Farris as Creek County Associate District Judge

By Community Submission January 18, 2020

Laura Farris has served as a career prosecutor with the Creek and Okfuskee County District Attorney’s Office for 20 years.

Lone Star Schools passed a $4.5 million bond that will bring multi-use facilities

By Micah Choquette January 16, 2020

Lone Star Schools will be getting new tornado shelters and a bus barn, among other upgrades.

Sapulpa High School “Changes Direction” with Band Program

By E. B. Thompson January 15, 2020

School administration has moved Director Amendt to a position in technical services.

Signs of the Times has been sold; last events to be held in February

By Micah Choquette January 15, 2020

The building has been sold to an architectural firm moving in from Tulsa.

Sapulpa votes YES on all 6 proposals in 2020 GO Bond

By Micah Choquette January 14, 2020

The $40 million Bond Package promises sweeping updates to Sapulpa’s streets, parks, downtown, fire stations, golf course and more.

Genealogy Consultants at Library are “one of Sapulpa’s best-kept secrets”

By Brooke DeLong January 14, 2020

It’s possible to construct your family tree, see census records, pictures, and gravestones of your ancestors, all online.

Canyon Road Project Funded

By Lottie Wilds January 13, 2020

Canyon Road Improvements are part of a 2004 revenue bond—renewed in 2014—from a half-cent sales tax, which extends to 2025.

The City of Sapulpa Holds Town Hall Meetings Over Upcoming GO Bond Election

By E. B. Thompson January 9, 2020

Learn more about each of the propositions, plus answers to your questions about this important GO Bond Election.

Opinion: Sapulpa needs to move forward, and needs this bond to do so

By Community Submission January 6, 2020

“This is not merely a matter of spurring growth for growth’s sake. As the rest of the metro moves forward, Sapulpa is in danger of sliding backwards into being a largely undesirable area of the metro.”

Bond Issues 101: The terms you need to know about for the upcoming bond

By Charles Betzler January 6, 2020

What does GO Bond mean? What is a “millage rate?” These answers and more inside.


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