Charles Betzler

PHOTOS: Do You Remember…The Bell Building?

By Charles Betzler / October 16, 2019

Read this fantastic story about the downtown Sapulpa building who’s owner had such a terrible reputation that they renamed it after he sold it.

Kellyville Board Trustee John Taylor resigns after a heated special meeting on Thursday

By Charles Betzler / October 11, 2019

Taylor resigned on Friday morning. Though he gave no reason in his written statement, he allegedly told others it was due to “health concerns”

Kellyville hires new Police Chief and fires Town Attorney; Mayor, Interim Chief, and Reserve Officer resign in protest

By Charles Betzler / October 9, 2019

Kellyville Mayor Terry Voss stormed out of the meeting surrounded by Kellyville officers, where he collapsed in the parking lot and had to be attended to by paramedics.

21-year-old Khaleel Marshall announces candidacy for House Seat, District 30

By Charles Betzler / October 1, 2019

Khaleel will be running as an Independent against incumbent Mark Lawson.

Big changes coming to the Highway 66/I-44 junction near Town West

By Charles Betzler / September 30, 2019

The massive project should start in the summer of 2020 and take two years to complete.

Sapulpa Lions Club Hosts Travis Meyer

By Charles Betzler / September 23, 2019

Meyer talks about weather technology advancements, taking care of Oklahoma and why he says “I just thank the Lord I work for Channel 6.”

Public Works Director Says Sapulpa Water Safe To Drink

By Charles Betzler / September 23, 2019

Has your water had a yellow or brown tint to it? We asked Sapulpa’s Public Works Director what’s happening. Here’s what he had to say.

What is Wetland Mitigation?

By Charles Betzler / September 9, 2019

“Wetland Mitigation” is a term that came up in last week’s Creek County Commissioners meeting. What is it, exactly?

The best deterrent to neighborhood crime? You.

By Charles Betzler / September 5, 2019

Doing your part could mean just reporting something that seems out of the ordinary.

What to do when you’ve been robbed, and how to recover what’s been stolen

By Charles Betzler / September 4, 2019

These four tips can help you fight back when you’re the victim of a burglary or robbery.

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