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County Commissioners agree to allow Poker Run to be held at Courthouse parking lot this weekend, will end with live entertainment and refreshments

April 15, 2021

The run will begin at Central Tech at 9 a.m. and end at the Courthouse parking lot at 2 p.m.

State Representative Mark Lawson is the new Economic Development Director for the City of Sapulpa

April 13, 2021

City Manager Joan Riley says Mark’s “passion for Sapulpa and desire to to be a part of its growth and improvement is a tremendous asset for all of us.”

Whitehouse wins father’s Republican seat for Creek County District 3 Commissioner, sixth-penny sales tax for fire departments passes overwhelmingly

April 6, 2021

See these and other results in today’s Creek County election.

Sapulpa City Council rescinds mask mandate at Monday’s meeting

April 6, 2021

The rescission went into effect immediately.

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Dispensary opening halted by second dispensary across the street

April 1, 2021

A bizarre situation of county-meets-city has halted a proposed dispensary operation after a second dispensary operation was discovered across the street, in a space that’s not annexed into the City.

BTW Rec Center redevelopment kicks off with a public open house

April 1, 2021

See the options and possible features for the new Booker T. Washington Rec Center, one of the 2020 GO Bond propositions.

Bristow painting and sandblasting company approved to allow services on site

April 1, 2021

CRM Construction of Bristow requested to extend its industrial zoning by about an acre to allow an on-site coating and painting facility on its property on South 337th West Avenue.

County Planning Commission tables one rezoning application, approves two others

April 1, 2021

An application to rezone from agriculture to manufactured home to allow a mobile home on 1.79 acres on Indian Lane in Sapulpa was heard at Tuesday evening’s Creek County Planning Commission meeting.  Creek County Planner Wendy Murray said that the property is surrounded by other agricultural areas, and that her office has received several phone […]

Board of County Commissioners denies Childer’s Creek subdivision in Kiefer

April 1, 2021

The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County unanimously agreed to deny the Planned Unit Development and Preliminary Plat for Childer’s Creek, a proposed single-family subdivision off South 49th West Avenue, in Kiefer, at their meeting on Monday, March 22nd.

County emergency resolution fails to pass, Commissioners hear about poultry problems

March 30, 2021

Perhaps the most important item to be addressed at the BOCC meeting on Monday was a motion made by Acting District #3 Commissioner Roger Smith to renew the emergency resolution due to the pandemic, but the motion failed to pass due to a lack of a second, as Warner left the meeting early to meet […]