Micah Choquette

No, Sapulpa Public Schools students are not going to have to repeat a grade

April 1, 2020

The earlier story was a poor attempt at an April Fools’ joke that has turned much more sour than we anticipated.

Oklahoma cases of COVID-19 now at 565 with 23 deaths

March 31, 2020

On a global level, there have been a reported 824,529 cases of Coronavirus confirmed, with 40,672 deaths and 174,359 recovered.

City of Sapulpa announces closure of golf course, playgrounds, sports courts

March 31, 2020

Every basketball court, playground and dog park in Sapulpa, as well as the golf course, is now closed.

COVID-19 now covers more than half of Oklahoma; Governor issues travelers from six states to self-quarantine

March 30, 2020

New counties with cases include Beckham, Cotton and Love counties, bringing the total to 47 counties out of 77.

Lawmakers Call for First Responder Coverage

March 29, 2020

A group of Republican lawmakers from the Oklahoma House of Representatives are sending a letter self-funded municipalities and related groups asking them to cover and provide workers’ compensation benefits to any first responder testing positive for COVID-19. Read the full letter inside.

Creek County has its first Coronavirus-related death; Statewide cases now at 322

March 27, 2020

Creek County has reached a benchmark we’d hoped we’d never see.

Oklahoma COVID-19 cases now at 248, Creek County cases double overnight

March 26, 2020

Creek County COVID-19 cases have doubled from 5 to 10 in the span of 24 hours. Here’s why it shouldn’t surprise you.

Five COVID-19 cases now confirmed in Creek County, State numbers rise to 164

March 25, 2020

There have been two additional deaths reported as well, both in Oklahoma County. There are 8 new counties added to the list of those affected.

“We can do better:” some restaurants opt to close anyway, despite being allowed to remain open

March 24, 2020

CTX Coffee and Steak and Eggs are among the shops who made the decision to close their dine-in business. See the reason why inside.

COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma enter triple digits as a third death is reported

March 24, 2020

A woman in her 60s from Cleveland County is the latest victim to pass away from COVID-19 in Oklahoma.