Charles Betzler

Do You Remember…Blue Laws?

March 2, 2020

Blue Laws, like the one that’s up for a vote on Tuesday, have largely been repealed, but a handful of them still exist.

Oklahoma’s voting system is “one of the most reliable in the world”

February 27, 2020

A combination of hard copies and electronic tabulations, combined with a standard in voting machines across the state, make for “one of the most reliable, most accurate, most secure, most efficient, most cost-effective, and speediest voting systems in the entire world.”

Good Shepherd’s Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper Raises about $700

February 26, 2020

The Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper is an annual event that has occurred since the church’s inception 118 years ago.

Creek County Commissioners Deny Zoning Request

February 25, 2020

Safety issues regarding a particular street on West 81st South created enough concern that the County Commissioners denied the lot split on Monday morning.

Judge Laura Farris Sworn In

February 24, 2020

For the past ten years, Farris has been assigned to handle the most complex investigations and trials for Creek and Okfuskee Counties. Now she’s a judge.

Citizens dealing with the fallout of recent changes in zoning law

February 22, 2020

Recent zoning law changes are causing headaches for landowners who may have to deal with more neighbors than they originally wanted.

Vickie Beyer Sworn In As New Council Member

February 18, 2020

Beyer is an active and well-respected member of the community, in a family that holds Sapulpa dear to their heart.

Do You Remember…High School?

February 18, 2020

High school was a place where I was no longer a “little kid,” but that didn’t mean that there weren’t hijinks from time to time.

Nerd Knowledge: Do Hand Sanitizers Really Work?

February 18, 2020

Hand sanitizers are effective against fungi and enveloped viruses, such as those that cause colds and flu, including the Coronavirus. But are you using them properly?

Facts You Need To Know About The Coronavirus

February 18, 2020

An updated version of the story that appeared in the February 2, 2020 issue of Sapulpa Times is bringing new facts about the spread and viability of the Coronavirus.