This is an 80/20 grant to assist in updating the County’s mapping system, which is crucial in the next phase of upgrading the emergency phone system.
The man received a suspended sentence in Creek County and was transferred to Arizona after his release to answer for warrants from previous charges.
Tawni Vickers radiates passion and energy for her hometown when speaking about becoming this year’s chair of the Tulsa Area United Way (TAUW) campaign for Sapulpa. It’s hard not to get excited about Sapulpa’s potential and opportunities when speaking with her.
The Sapulpa Chamber Foundation and Sapulpa Main Street are partnering to bring a 26-ft, pre-lit Christmas tree to adorn the Courthouse lawn.
Creek County will allow Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) access to its Intelligent Middleware (IMW) server so it can capture latitude and longitude information for its subscribers. IMW services help communications with radios and smartphones. At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on October 19th, Commissioner New Stephens said that the GRDA request is about…
The studio Sapulpa hired to reimagine our downtown staged a community open house last week. Read about the greatest ideas and the biggest setbacks affecting Sapulpa’s downtown.
The Golf Course is getting a new, more marketable name. Plus, see future upgrades to water treatment system.
Epic Superintendent, Bart Banfield, sent an email to parents immediately following the meeting, assuring them that the school would continue to operate as usual for the remainder of the year.
The Sapulpa Board of Education approved a handful of changes to the “Return to Learn” plan, as well as a “virtual practice day” after Fall Break. Details inside.
The Oklahoma State Department of Education held a special meeting on Monday, October 12 to address the audit report of Epic Charter Schools released October 1 by State Auditor & Inspector (SA&I) Cindy Byrd.