The Fords recently purchased a vintage two-story building in the heart of downtown Mounds to restore. It’s a structure with stories and history.
Families of law enforcement speak out about the current climate of being a law enforcement officer, and what they want the public to know.
“Bristow is open for business…we are adding economic power and prosperity to Oklahoma…we are just getting started!”
Lawson’s work on HB 2272 earned him high praise from Sheriff Bret Bowling, who called Lawson “a great advocate for law enforcement.”
The judges requested that temperatures be taken for one more week and the continuation of locked doors with bailiffs and deputies manning the checkpoints.
County Commissioners have opened the Courthouse Complex, but each individual facility is handling it differently. Get details inside.
A wreath-laying ceremony to honor our Creek County officers who have died in the line of duty is scheduled for Friday, May 15th at Noon. The service will be live-streamed from the Creek County Law Enforcement Memorial Facebook page.
Sapulpa Times is celebrating National Public Safety Telecommunications Appreciation Week by recognizing the unsung heroes in our local dispatcher department.
“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.”
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.