E. B. Thompson
Parts of the Kante Group building are being renovated into apartments; plus, Sapulpa might be losing its La Margarita restaurant—at least temporarily.
Sapulpa City Hall will soon have an electronic kiosk outside its front doors so customers can pay City bills, fees, and tickets without entering the building.
SPS is expected to return to Sapulpa City Council on the evening of Monday, November 16 to aid in the discussion and possible adoption of a proclamation requiring a city-wide mask mandate.
Caring Community Friends, Creek County’s largest food bank, are inviting the community to work together to provide “Hope for the Holidays,” by providing their families with meals and gifts that they would otherwise go without.
The Committee opted to recommend to City Council the dispersal of $683,500 for various projects, including fleet maintenance software for all city vehicles, computer upgrades, electronic timesheets for city employees), new robotic mowers for the soccer and baseball field, and a salt and sand building.
Superintendent Rob Armstrong gave updates on the state of the district’s schools at Monday evening’s City Council study session.
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.