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Nature Knows Best: The Importance of Good ‘Ol Water

By Brooke DeLong April 17, 2019

Recently, I found myself sick due to dehydration. Take these tips to heart so you don’t fall into a similar situation.

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Carla Stinnett Resigns from Sapulpa City Council

By Micah Choquette April 15, 2019

Stinnett says “This place has been nothing but good to me,” and that she’s choosing to resign to be more involved with her kids.

Alice Bevenue

April 16, 2019

Debra Carter

April 16, 2019

Wayne Starnes

April 12, 2019

Man Assaults Both Wife and Father-in-Law

By E. B. Thompson April 14, 2019

What a man saw his daughter get assaulted by her husband, he tried to get involved. It didn’t end well.

Hoover named new president of School Board

By E. B. Thompson April 14, 2019

The most important item on the agenda was the reorganization of the School Board. Larry Hoover was nominated as President, and outgoing president Melinda Ryan was approved as 1st Vice President, taking over for Steve McCormick. Wayne Richards remained as 2nd Vice President after a motion and approval.

Man Assaults Girlfriend for Not Cleaning Fast Enough

By E. B. Thompson April 14, 2019

The victim told police that her boyfriend had punched her twice because “was not cleaning quickly enough”.

New trustees in Kellyville looking to bring unity and progress

By Lottie Wilds April 14, 2019

Newly-elected trustee John Taylor says he’s looking forward to working with the others “as professionals, not personalities, for the good of the town.”

Creek Co. Democratic Convention votes in officers and resolutions

By Lottie Wilds April 14, 2019

The current chairman, Stan Johnson, was re-elected by unanimous affirmation among voting delegates, numbering about 20 present. Angie Goodwin was elected Vice-Chair and Charles Betzler was elected Secretary.

From the Publisher: “I’m extremely disappointed in the Herald’s lack of class.”

By Micah Choquette April 10, 2019

Why did the Herald choose to crop out Betzler? The answer is simple: he works for The Sapulpa Times.

What to Do This Weekend (April 11 – April 14)

By E. B. Thompson April 10, 2019

Take your pick between a BBQ lunch at Martha’s Corner, a High School musical, a community garage sale, a comedy show, poetry readings, or go to all five!

Nerd Knowledge: What is science, really?

By Charles Betzler April 10, 2019

Science is based on fact, not opinions or preferences. The methodology of science is designed to challenge ideas through exploration and experimentation.

Is bringing your own food to the movies illegal or just awful?

By Aunt Gabby April 10, 2019

Dear Aunt Gabby…my mom likes to bring food inside the theater; And what can I do to get my mom off my back about letting my cat out at night?

Happy Tails: Meet Finnegan!

By Community Submission April 10, 2019

Happy Tails are frequent “stories of success” from Sapulpa Furry Friends. Meet some of the pets that have been rescued and adopted as a result of SFF!

Nature Knows Best: Meet the “Green Thumb Chieftains”

By Brooke DeLong April 10, 2019

Sapulpa Schools Superintendent Robert Armstrong commended Shawna Keizer, saying “this is one example of a dedicated staff member who wants to go above and beyond for her students and reach out and do something far beyond the scope of her job.”

The Importance of Spaying or Neutering Your Pet

By Community Submission April 9, 2019

Dogs and cats inside Sapulpa city limits are required by Sapulpa city ordinance to be spayed or neutered. Here’s why you should be doing it.

Do You Remember: Playing Outdoors?

By Charles Betzler April 9, 2019

Back in the dark ages, long before “Pac Man,” before 6-year-olds were playing “Soldier of Fortune” on their tablets, there was a wonderful activity called “playing outdoors.”

Woman arrested at Sapulpa Walmart for trying to steal a water truck

By Micah Choquette April 9, 2019

Employees at the scene said they heard the woman shouting “The zombies are coming!”

Sapulpa Artists’ Guild Show and Sale a Success

By Lottie Wilds April 9, 2019

See some of the wonderful paintings that were exhibited in the show late last month, some worth hundreds fo dollars.

Sapulpa police confront a man who was beating on doors with a 2X4

By Charles Betzler April 7, 2019

BREAKING: Police confronted a man earlier this evening who they say was carrying a 2X4 and beating on doors with it. Police described him as possibly being under the influence of an illicit substance.

Drunk Man Steals Wife’s Dog Back from Daughter

By E. B. Thompson April 4, 2019

Sapulpa Police Dispatch advised that a subject entered the home, stole a dog, and then left in a white Dodge Durango going west on Bryan.

Nerd Knowledge: What is the “Cloud”?

By Charles Betzler April 4, 2019

Cloud computing is ubiquitous these days. Even Sapulpa Times uses it!

Eating in peace with wandering children; plus, are we too old for…it?

By Micah Choquette April 4, 2019

How young is too young for wandering around a restaurant, and how old is too old for…it?

Megan Plummer named Ag teacher of year finalist

By Community Submission April 4, 2019

Holmes Park Elementary teacher Megan Plummer has been named a finalist for Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom Teacher of the Year.