Brooke DeLong

The New Normal: How Coronavirus is impacting local churches and ministries

April 9, 2020

“We will explore how to take the negatives and turn them around. All in all, it could be a much-needed pushing of the envelope.”

Turning Disaster Into Beauty

April 7, 2020

Even the tornadoes that ripped up her trees haven’t stopped Liz Morrow from continuing the transformation in her yard she began five years ago.

Courthouse Complex still available by appointment, only emergency court cases being heard

April 2, 2020

As a reminder, the Treasurer’s drive-through, located at the north end of the courthouse parking lot, is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for your convenience, and cash is accepted.

Meet the K-9 Teams that Serve Creek County

March 31, 2020

Read about the training and help that these K-9 officers bring to different law enforcement groups in the County.

A list of non-profits helping others during the Coronavirus pandemic

March 24, 2020

Here’s a is a list (in progress) of non-profits and ministries that are doing what they can to help during this time.

Small Businesses a concern at Creek County Commissioner meeting

March 23, 2020

A salon owner is expressing concern about balancing the recommendations of the CDC with wanting to keep her staff employed.

County Courthouse Complex now open by appointment only

March 23, 2020

“Our main concern is our employees but also the general public. People aren’t taking this as (seriously) as they should.”

Peanut Butter & Jesus work to combat hunger, spread the Gospel in Creek County; will run this Saturday

March 19, 2020

“My kiddos look forward to y’all coming every weekend. It’s such a wonderful thing. We feel so blessed.”

“The timing couldn’t actually be worse:” County offices asking for caution, patience in dealing with Coronavirus and school closings during tax season

March 16, 2020

Some county offices are removing chairs and emphasizing online options to limit paperwork and contact.

Assisted-Living Homes Asked to Remove Bibles and Other Religious Materials

March 13, 2020

Wilhoit owns three properties in Sapulpa, plus over 100 more across the U.S. Recently, all the religious artifacts were removed from every communal library.