Micah Choquette

Woman caught burglarizing Sapulpa Post Office

May 31, 2020

A woman arrested for burglarizing the Sapulpa Post Office could face serious charges for the federal crime of stealing mail.

Kellyville students are getting a prom thanks to this group of dedicated individuals

May 22, 2020

It’s official: Kellyville will get their prom, and yes, they’ll be social distancing.

Woman begs officer to let her use drugs before going to jail

May 21, 2020

A woman initially suspected of shoplifting from Walmart was found to have drugs when her purse was searched by police.

Sapulpa Police Officer loses home and two pets in a fire

May 20, 2020

Read how you can help this family through their loss and get back on their feet.

Caveat Emptor: Buying smart when buying online—even locally

May 20, 2020

Buying on Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace is commonplace, but even when you buy locally, you could be taken advantage of if you’re not careful.

Hit-and-run results in child-endangerment charges

May 19, 2020

Police say while the man would not yield, he never exceeded the speed limit as he led police on a “chase” down Taft street.

Oklahoma has 91 new cases of COVID-19, total now at 5,489; no new deaths in past 24 hours

May 19, 2020

There are six additional deaths; none of them occurred in the past 24 hours and the others died between May 4-May 17.

American Heritage Bank cancels its annual fireworks show

May 18, 2020

One of Sapulpa’s most anticipated summer shows has just lost its spark. On Monday afternoon, American Heritage Bank announced that they would not be having their 4th of July “American Celebrates American” fireworks display. In a post on the company Facebook Page, the bank stated the reasoning behind the cancellation: “… Each year, with the […]

Oklahoma COVID-19 cases now at 5,398, no new deaths

May 18, 2020

Of today’s new positive cases, 64% were in Texas County. See a breakdown of cases, deaths and recoveries for Sapulpa and some surrounding areas inside.

Photos: Farmers Market opens for the season

May 18, 2020

The crowd gathered at the Farmers Market is a testament to just how badly folks in Creek County just wanted something to do, as the county and state begins to slowly reopen.