Micah Choquette

Sapulpa man admits to sexually abusing a child

March 16, 2021

A Sapulpa man pleaded guilty on Monday, March 15th in federal court for sexually abusing a 7-year-old child.

Lady Chieftains are heading for the state championship! Here’s how to get tickets for tonight’s game

March 13, 2021

Tonight, the Sapulpa Lady Chieftains are going for the gold ball as they face off against Tahlequah Tigers at the ORU Mabee Center at 5:30 pm tonight.

Announcer at Sapulpa-hosted quarterfinal basketball game caught using racist slurs during national anthem

March 12, 2021

Sapulpa Public Schools has released a statement clarifying that the announcer is not employed at Sapulpa Public Schools and has allegedly been fired for his remarks.

Kante Group donates to SPS eSports club, opening first eSports facility in the area on Main Street in Sapulpa

March 11, 2021

The building at 111 S. Main Street will be renovated into “The Waypoint Lounge,” the first “eSports Café” of its kind in the area

excavator, asphalt, road repair

Sapulpa-based construction company hit with $205K fine for OSHA violations

March 10, 2021

OSHA cited the company for two willful, four repeat, and three serious violations, and has proposed penalties totaling $205,500.

Sapulpa man sentenced in domestic violence case

March 10, 2021

Evans was listed as a “most wanted” suspect in June of 2020 and was arrested the following July.

Thomas Blakemore: The most important Sapulpan you’ve never heard of

March 9, 2021

The man’s career spanned decades, continents, and a world war, and yet most of us wouldn’t be able to name the man nor what he did that was of any significance. That needs to change.

County Commissioners discuss ODOT maps, auctions, and the condition of 91st street

March 9, 2021

The county is looking at how repair 91st street after an unapproved mining operation severely damaged the road.

TeePee Drive-In has been sold, may open by summer 2021

March 8, 2021

The TeePee Drive-In, a longtime staple of classic Sapulpa nostalgia and famed Route 66 attraction, has been sold.

Sapulpa Schools bonds pass, here’s what they’ll be used for

March 3, 2021

The bonds, which passed yesterday, are not projected to increase taxes based on the assessed property valuations and taxation over the past three years.