E. B. Thompson

Bond updates, budgets, and city employee performance evaluations key topics at Administration and Finance Committee Meeting

April 29, 2020

The plan to put the stoplight at Hwy 117 and 49th W. Ave is now underway. Meanwhile, the city is looking at how to cope with an upcoming fiscal year that is expected to have budget constraints.

The New Normal: How are COVID-19 and SPS distance learning plans affecting teenagers?

April 28, 2020

Engage with teenagers about the current pandemic and its effects on their lives and it is easy to see how it is affecting each of them differently–academically, socially, and psychologically.

City Starts Work on GO Bond

April 24, 2020

A straight line of credit from American Heritage Bank will allow the city to start work on a couple of “crucial” projects.

BOE Awards Bid on $9.9M GO Bond

April 23, 2020

The sale of the GO Bond on Tuesday is one part of the series of projects in the LR Bond approved by voters and will not generate any new taxes.

Caring Community Friends is determined to help despite the limitations

April 16, 2020

Creek County is seeing its third tumultuous spring in as many years, which has kept its largest emergency assistance agency in high demand.

City Councilor Anderson Votes No on GO Bond Resolution

April 14, 2020

A resolution related to the GO Bond was a point of contention at Sapulpa’s City Council meeting on Monday, April 6.

How Are Parents and Kids Faring in the “New Normal”?

April 13, 2020

In the current world, staying at home in pajamas doesn’t have the same allure it did a couple of months ago.

State Board of Education approves distance learning starting April 6th

March 26, 2020

Distance learning will not necessarily consist of internet or web-based learning.

Governor Stitt orders the closing of non-essential businesses by midnight tonight

March 25, 2020

Restaurants can continue to serve carryout and drive-through. See the full list of those affected.

Sapulpa restaurants allowed to keep their dining rooms, with restrictions

March 23, 2020

Councilors were split on whether or not the city should step in and enforce a mandatory closing of dining rooms. The motion narrowly passed at 5-4.