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By E. B. Thompson July 4, 2019

This week we’ve got an out-of-this-world fireworks show by American Heritage Bank, the delish Elks fish fry, and the much-anticipated Sapulpa Parks’ Youth Triathlon! Get out there and enjoy our fair city!

It’s official: Sapulpa’s favorite coffee shop is moving

By Micah Choquette July 3, 2019

CTX Coffee, at 11. N. Water Street, is moving to a new location on Dewey Avenue.

What to do in Sapulpa this Independence Day

By Micah Choquette July 3, 2019

Not sure where to go to celebrate Independence Day this year? Here’s a list of what’s happening in Sapulpa.

Muscogee (Creek) Nation impact tops $866 million in Oklahoma

By Brooke DeLong July 2, 2019

A new report shows the economic impact the Muscogee (Creek) nation has on Oklahoma is $866,157,110 while their total impact for the U.S. reached $1.4 billion.

Fema says there’s just one month left to register for individual disaster assistance

By Community Submission July 1, 2019

That deadline is July 31, 2019.

Colonel Sanders Visits Sapulpa KFC

By Charles Betzler June 30, 2019

A chance encounter at a Claremore KFC started an 81-year-old retiree on a journey to being “Oklahoma Colonel Sanders.”

Heyburn Lake has allegedly tested positive for E. coli

By Micah Choquette June 29, 2019

Details are still coming in, but the popular swimming and camping spot in Creek County has allegedly tested positive for E. coli.

Tulsa Man Leads Police on a High-Speed Chase “for Fun”

By E. B. Thompson June 29, 2019

A chase that began on Hwy 97 and ended in Kiefer, had speeds exceeding 100mph.

Nature Knows Best: Vaccine Concerns

By Brooke DeLong June 26, 2019

There are always two sides to every story, many facets to explore and some simply say, “Science is never settled.”

Nerd Knowledge: How Do Vaccines work?

By Charles Betzler June 26, 2019

Vaccines help the body develop disease-fighting capabilities without making a person sick. They accomplish this by tricking the body into believing it already has the disease that one is vaccinated against.

Photos: Governor Stitt visits Sapulpa to commend hero students

By Micah Choquette June 24, 2019

See the photos of Senators, State Representatives and even the Governor himself honoring and thanking the four boys who showed tremendous courage when they ran into a burning house to rescue their 90-year-old neighbor.

Six more Oklahoma counties designated for disaster assistance brings the total to 27

By Micah Choquette June 24, 2019

See updates on inspections, applications and new locations for recovering assistance centers.

Four New Sapulpa Police Officers Sworn in

By Micah Choquette June 23, 2019

Police Chief Mike Haefner administered the Oath of Office to Officer Jacob Byram, Officer Dennis Hall, Officer Cansas Pate, and Officer Elisa Mudd.

Round and Round at Round Mountain Estates

By Lottie Wilds June 23, 2019

Residents of a Sand Springs neighborhood are petitioning Creek County to not allow a mobile home into their addition.

Rylee Treloar presented with $1,000 scholarship

By Micah Choquette June 22, 2019

Rylee Treloar was the recipient of the Creek County Democratic Party 2019 Willene Wright Scholarship.

Remembering the Big Build

By Brooke DeLong June 22, 2019

Fourteen years ago our community united to build something amazing.

Would-be thief waits patiently at scene for Police to arrive.

By E. B. Thompson June 22, 2019

Evidently, all you have to deter a burglary-in-progress is to yell at the suspect when he tries to flee

Sapulpa one of three disaster recovery locations opening in Oklahoma

By Community Submission June 22, 2019

Sapulpa will open “until further notice”, but some are only open for three days.

What to Do This Weekend (June 21 – 23)

By E. B. Thompson June 21, 2019

Looking for something local to do this weekend? Look no further for movies in the park, a car show, a Juneteenth festival, and more!

Thursday’s Rock The Route will feature Yardbone and a 14-year-old blues prodigy

By Micah Choquette June 19, 2019

If you enjoyed May’s Rock The Route, You’re going to LOVE June’s. See who’s playing and what’s available to eat and drink.

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