The show will begin streaming on Friday evening, will air on live TV on Saturday morning.
With temperatures in the upper 20s and light, non-sticking snow falling, Sapulpa Firefighters went out to battle a house fire on Wednesday evening.
The annual voter registration report released by the State Election Board last week shows an increase in voter registration for all political parties except one.
Voters in Precinct 112 will be temporarily moving to a new polling location.
Commissioners agreed to enforce a 2-week burn ban on account of what they’re calling “moderate to severe drought conditions” in the county.
Local grocery chain Price Mart has donated a check worth nearly $7,000 to Caring Community Friends, as part of a program to support the local food bank that began over the holiday season last year.
The boutique may be leaving the building within two weeks or less.
Bartlett Academy will not be returning to in-person learning on Tuesday, and will remain in distance learning through Thursday, January 20th.
One bank closes and is consolidated, while another is the site of the town’s first scandal. Both made headlines this week in 1913.
Though new to the position, Haddock is not new to the community, having served with the Sapulpa library for six years, and before that was the library director at Mounds for 8 years.