CCSO to open special account for its Department of Homeland Security Immigration employees, Sheriff to pursue more “intelligence-based policing”

CCSO to open special account for its Department of Homeland Security Immigration employees, Sheriff to pursue more “intelligence-based policing”

“We have an OSBI Agent that offices with us and we have partnerships with other State and Federal law enforcement agencies. We are working to get other officers commissioned for the Task Force and hope to add more in the future. This joint effort is part of the McGirt Ruling.”

“We have some work to do…we need to come together”—Vice-Mayor Gunn comments on Black History Month

“We have some work to do…we need to come together”—Vice-Mayor Gunn comments on Black History Month

This year, Black History Month follows a time remarkable for both racial progress and aggressive adversity. We Vice-Mayor Carla Gunn this week to ask her what BHM means to her as a black woman and as Sapulpa’s first black Vice-Mayor.

County Board of Adjustment approves 5 medical marijuana processing applications

County Board of Adjustment approves 5 medical marijuana processing applications

An unusual case made its way to the County Board of Adjustment meeting on January 18th, regarding a medical marijuana applicant who will likely become a caregiver for a loved one within the next year; something the state currently prohibits.