Lottie Wilds

City Council says goodbye to Lt. Daves, hello to new street project at 49th W. Ave and Hwy 117

By Lottie Wilds / September 23, 2019

The Council also agreed to a $100/year renewal fee for Special Use Permits, and the purchase of a mysterious piece of property near the golf course.

Commissioners awards tax statement contract

By Lottie Wilds / September 23, 2019

County Treasurer Don Engle asked that the bid for the preparation of the 2019 tax statements, monthly Alcoholic Beverage Tax announced

Kellyville raises prices on cemetery plots, approves upgrading of sirens

By Lottie Wilds / September 18, 2019

The town board of trustees also heard about a possible solution to their long-running problem with loose dogs and approved a grant for a sewer camera.

How much does it cost to run Creek County? $7,832,410.52

By Lottie Wilds / September 9, 2019

Last week’s Creek County Commissioners meeting covered a report that explains what many already know: it takes a lot of money to run Creek County.

Big Red Barn no more: the collapsed historic building is being dismantled

By Lottie Wilds / September 7, 2019

The long red barn building is one of the casualties from May’s tornadoes.

Canyon Road improvements are getting closer

By Lottie Wilds / September 5, 2019

The animal shelter wasn’t the only bond issue we had to wait five years for.

Sapulpa’s oldest surviving building is set to become lofts after being purchased by Tulsa Investment firm

By Lottie Wilds / September 5, 2019

The Tyler building, built in 1901, was sold to a Tulsa firm with plans to turn it into lofts.

So…we were burgled last week…

By Lottie Wilds / September 4, 2019

“Do you feel safe in your own home? I do. That is, I did until Sunday evening.” Lottie Wilds talks about experiencing a burglary last month.

Homegrown Harley: Local actor and director talks life and Lions

By Lottie Wilds / August 31, 2019

Sapulpa Community Theatre actor and director Harley Cartee is making a name for himself—and it’s not just in Sapulpa.

Kellyville Fire Department gains approval for new emergency reporting system, grant applications

By Lottie Wilds / August 23, 2019

The new system can have centralized dispatch, synchronized with mapping and addresses: “We can know where our guys are.”

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