Micah Choquette

Glenpool man has big dreams for local comic company

March 17, 2016

Equinox Comics CEO Aaron Ballinger is doing all he can to get the word out about the local comic book company he co-founded with longtime pal Tim Lackey. Promotional work included creating an Equinox Comics float for the 2015 Glenpool Christmas parade. Ballinger, who lives in Glenpool, said it was a great experience. Folks dressed […]

Deadline to Change Party Affiliation is March 31

March 16, 2016

Oklahomans who want to change their party affiliation before the Primary or Runoff Primary Elections later this year must do so no later than Thursday, March 31, according to, Joy Naifeh, Secretary of the Creek County Election Board. Changes of political affiliation are prohibited by law during the period beginning April 1 and continuing through August […]

26th Annual Easter Egg Hunt has daytime and nighttime fun

March 16, 2016

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Sapulpa Parks and Recreation is happening for the 26th time this year. This year’s event is slated for Saturday, March 19th, and is split between times for younger children and older children/teenagers. See more below: Do the bunny hop over to Kelly Lane Park for some Easter Egg-citement, […]

Update: “American Sniper” wife Taya Kyle will NOT be in Sapulpa tonight.

March 14, 2016

We previously shared an incorrect story that Taya Kyle—wife of Chris Kyle, of “American Sniper” fame—would be in Sapulpa at a local church tonight. The truth is that Taya Kyle will be sharing her story of how she’s coped with the death of her husband and how her faith has made it possible. Only, she’ll […]

Chieftain Band Members Sweep Superior Ratings at OSSAA District Contest

March 13, 2016

Saturday March 5 Sapulpa High School hosted band and orchestra members from around Northeastern Oklahoma. Over 700 students showcased their talent competing in 341 solos and 213 ensembles. Students who received a superior rating in ensemble and solo (with a few other requirements) qualified to go to state competition next month. Sapulpa Instrumental Music Department […]

Livin’ Green Thrift Store now offering book prices that will appeal to everyone

March 11, 2016

One of Sapulpa’s most popular thrift stores is about to get even more so. Livin’ Green Thrift Store, located on 617 N. Mission St, has just released a new system for selling their books that are available outside the front entrance. The catch? It’s based on the honor system. A bright, and well-written sign hanging […]

Sapulpa Author’s Book about “hounds, heaven and the hereafter” is now available on Amazon

March 10, 2016

UPDATE: The book is now available on Amazon. You can see a preview here and purchase on Kindle or in paperback. — A year in the writing, Don Diehl’s conversational book with his hound dog “Sadie” is due off the press this week and will be available on Amazon and soon at several area book-signing […]

Fire breaks out at Sapulpa home

March 10, 2016

Crews extinguished a fire near Hobson and Adams in Sapulpa Wednesday. Crews said the homeowners called firefighters just before 9 Wednesday night. He said he initially thought someone was breaking into his home, but then realized it was on fire. The homeowner reportedly tried to put the fire out with a hose, but the flames […]

Fire at Sapulpa retirement facility causes dozens to evacuate early Tuesday

March 8, 2016

More than 60 residents of a Sapulpa retirement facility were forced to evacuate after a fire early Tuesday. The fire started on a second-floor balcony of the retirement wing at Inverness Village, 3800 W. 71st St., about 1 a.m., Sapulpa Fire Department Battalion Chief D.J. Keizor said. When crews arrived, an evacuation process was in […]

Firefighters Battle Sapulpa House Fire

March 4, 2016

Sapulpa firefighters worked on Friday to put out a house fire at the intersection of 93rd St and 45th W Ave. The fire chief says the fire started in the attic and flames were aided by the wind, which made the it hard to get under control. The chief didn’t call the home a total […]