Micah Choquette

Sapulpa Community Theatre to return with melodrama and new, longer-running showtimes

May 5, 2021

The new show will be played by two separate casts and will run two full weekends starting May 14th, and then will run every Saturday night through the end of June.

City of Sapulpa regulating the use of “donation bins” and charitable solicitations

May 5, 2021

The City is cracking down on donation bins that do more harm than good.

Remembering Li’l Wimpy’s, while we still can!

May 5, 2021

The building that housed Li’l Wimpy’s is going to be gone, soon. Take a look at these cartoons from the old restaurant before its gone!

Farmers Market welcomes new vendors, more coming

May 5, 2021

See photos from the opening day of the Farmers Market, and learn more about the new vendors!

Former Sapulpan lands music deal, headed to Appalachian Trail, then Europe

May 3, 2021

This former Sapulpan is heading to the UK for a music tour, but before that, he’s going to hike the Appalachian Trail. Read why, inside.

Girl Scouts brighten two elementary schools with free school supplies boxes

April 28, 2021

See the fantastic process these girls went through to deliver the two newest school supplies boxes to Holmes Park and the Freedom Elementary!

Governor Stitt signs heartbeat bill

April 27, 2021

This bill will stop abortions from being performed once an unborn child is determined to have a detectable heartbeat.

Liberty STEM’s “Design a Donut” assignment is a big, tasty hit for second-graders

April 22, 2021

Do you want to know the trick to captivating the attention of second-graders? We’ll give you a hint: it’s round and sweet, and sometimes, there are sprinkles.

Famous Sapulpa fire escape headed for Outsiders House

April 16, 2021

See video of the moment the fire escape was destroyed, and the process of saving it to be used in the growing S.E. Hinton museum.

Heart Gallery shines a light on the need for foster care in Oklahoma

April 15, 2021

Currently, there are as many as 7,453 kids in DHS custody, and 145 are available to be adopted right now in Creek County. See the gallery of those waiting for their forever home.