A Sewer Tax Election in effect for Sapulpa since 1998 has been renewed today as the polling results report a “Yes” vote of 321 to only 124 “No” votes.
Borgstadt, who has has led the Sapulpa Chieftains for the last five years, says he’s stepping back to spend more time with family.
Read the Sapulpa Times exclusive interview with someone who was at the Capitol last Wednesday.
Whatever it may be, let this new year be a beacon of hope to you. Things may have gotten out of control in 2020, but it’s time to take back your life! Here’s how—invest in yourself.
This is a developing story, and details might change. What began as a large crowd of protestors at the Capitol Building during the Electoral Certification process turned violent as a group stormed the building and began making their way inside. At least one woman was shot and later died, according to several news sources, who […]
More than 250 stores are set to close following the sale of all remaining inventory, including the one in Sapulpa.
Sapulpa City Council voted 5-4 to extend the mask mandate for an additional 120 days after hearing from several residents who were in favor of ending the mandate, and at least one who supported extending it.
It’s easy to look back on this dumpster fire of a year and say “good riddance!” as we close out this painful chapter in our lives. But should we?
The county’s largest food bank was able to provide a full turkey or ham holiday dinner, a backpack full of food, and bags of gifts for all of the Christmas Stars on their tree.
Between nine different stops, Sapulpa police officers were able to carry gifts to 11 families and help 25 different children have a little better Christmas.