Read the speech given about the couple that moved to Sapulpa in 1963 and built one of the leading pipe manufacturers in the world, and how they’ve had an amazing impact on our community.
Read the details from the Tuesday, June 1st County Commissioner meeting.
Linda Lynch, who retires on Tuesday, says “it’s about my bank family and my customers.”
Streamed live on Facebook by Sapulpa Times, Walsh introduced the loved ones who helped him and his family survive his son Isaac’s epic battle with brain cancer 10 years ago.
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Among the issues heard at County committee meetings were zoning for a fireworks stand, complaints about medical marijuana facilities, and how the County will handle almost $7 million in ARPA funds.
The Center will be open Friday, June 4th through early August from Thursday through Monday. Get full details inside!
The award is for students “who have exhibited exemplary acts or behavior that show goodwill or neighborly conduct.”
In a strange turn of events, a Special Use Permit for a new dispensary on Dewey Ave received no motion—neither for nor against—and therefore, no action was taken.
“He’s just a regular guy who needs some help—he’s a good man with a good heart.”