Micah Choquette

Mayor Reg Green remembered as a “great Mayor, and a greater man”

January 26, 2020

Mayor Reg Green passed away on January 26th. People who knew him remember him as a “great mayor, but greater man”

Opinion: Sapulpa businesses need to adjust their hours

January 20, 2020

As Sapulpa begins a new direction with a bright future, it’s time to address a commonality that plagues our downtown businesses: closing time.

Lone Star Schools passed a $4.5 million bond that will bring multi-use facilities

January 16, 2020

Lone Star Schools will be getting new tornado shelters and a bus barn, among other upgrades.

Signs of the Times has been sold; last events to be held in February

January 15, 2020

The building has been sold to an architectural firm moving in from Tulsa.

Sapulpa votes YES on all 6 proposals in 2020 GO Bond

January 14, 2020

The $40 million Bond Package promises sweeping updates to Sapulpa’s streets, parks, downtown, fire stations, golf course and more.

Sapulpa City Hall

Town Hall meetings scheduled for tomorrow regarding upcoming GO Bond election

January 6, 2020

The Town Halls’ Q&A hopes to give “the best information to make an informed decision.”

Kidnapping and carjacking in Missouri lead to police chase in Creek County

January 1, 2020

Well, that’s one way to start the new year.

2019 Kellyville Christmas Parade Gallery

December 23, 2019

The 2019 Kellyville Christmas Parade included classic cars, Boy Scouts, Senators…and a polka dot gorilla?

2019 Sapulpa Christmas Parade Gallery

December 23, 2019

The Winter Wonderland of Lights theme for this year’s Sapulpa Parade did not disappoint! See all the photos inside.

Kiefer Band gets $11,000 gift from Make Sense Foundation

December 20, 2019

Christmas came early this year to the Kiefer Pride of Trojanland Band when they were gifted $11,000 through SeneGence International’s “Make Sense Foundation.”

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