Sapulpa Historical Society Museum to remain closed until February 4th

By Micah Choquette January 13, 2021

The Sapulpa Historical Society Museum has announced it will be extending its closing until February 4th, at least.

City officials share results of BTW feasibility study, update on Downtown Master Plan

By E. B. Thompson January 13, 2021

“We get one shot at this. We want to do a good job.”

Bubb’s Creek Motocross approved by county with restrictions

By Micah Choquette January 13, 2021

The Creek County Board of Adjustment unanimously approved an exemption to allow the popular new motocross track to continue operations.

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National vaccine rollout anything but warp speed

By Charles Betzler January 13, 2021

According to the CDC, as of January 11th, 8,987,322 Americans have received their first COVID-19 vaccination dose—a third of the 25 million doses that have been distributed to the states under the Operation Warp Speed program.

Sapulpa overwhelmingly votes to renew half-penny sanitation proposal

By Micah Choquette January 12, 2021

A Sewer Tax Election in effect for Sapulpa since 1998 has been renewed today as the polling results report a “Yes” vote of 321 to only 124 “No” votes.

Sapulpa’s head football coach announces his resignation

By Micah Choquette January 12, 2021

Borgstadt, who has has led the Sapulpa Chieftains for the last five years, says he’s stepping back to spend more time with family.

Turner Turnpike expansion resumes near Creek Turnpike entrance, county COVID numbers up 30% in 3 days

By E. B. Thompson January 12, 2021

The Turner Turnpike project, which will expand the Interstate from four lanes to six near the Creek Turnpike entrance going into Tulsa from Highway 66, begins Monday.

How the 25th Amendment works

By Charles Betzler January 11, 2021

Politicians, political pundits, and the press have been discussing it on a non-stop basis, since the attack on the U.S. Capitol building, January 6, 2021. So what exactly is the 25th Amendment?

Four county officials sworn in at County Commissioners Meeting

By E. B. Thompson January 11, 2021

Plus, Stephens renominated as chair of the board of commissioners and information on the Phase 1 vaccine rollout results.

“What I saw:” Trump supporter tells of experience at Washington D.C.

By Micah Choquette January 11, 2021

Read the Sapulpa Times exclusive interview with someone who was at the Capitol last Wednesday.

Local dirt bike track provides hours of wholesome, family-friendly fun

By E. B. Thompson January 10, 2021

Bubb’s Creek Motocross Track is a new, family-run dirt bike riding course for everyone from novice to competitive riders.

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Want a better 2021? Invest in yourself.

By Micah Choquette January 8, 2021

Whatever it may be, let this new year be a beacon of hope to you. Things may have gotten out of control in 2020, but it’s time to take back your life! Here’s how—invest in yourself.

Two Sapulpa Chieftains on student advisory council

By Submitted January 8, 2021

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister has named 97 Oklahoma high school students to her 2021 Student Advisory Council, and the group includes two Sapulpa Chieftains.

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Sapulpa’s half-penny sales tax for sewers and sanitation up for election on Tuesday

By E. B. Thompson January 7, 2021

There will be no raise in taxes or utility fees. Early voting started on Thursday.

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