Micah Choquette

Former Teacher, Longtime Sapulpa Resident Seeking School Board Seat

January 11, 2016

Cheryl Jackson, longtime advocate of education, is seeking election for Sapulpa School Board Seat 1. She is a 1982 graduate of Charles Page High School and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree with a minor in Accounting from Langston University. Cheryl worked in private sector accounting for 16 years, including 5 years as Financial […]

What to do this Weekend in Sapulpa: (Jan 8-10)

January 8, 2016

The holidays are over. You’re looking at those New Year’s resolutions and wondering which one will be the first you break. Folks are still trying to get things going in and around Sapulpa, so there’s not much to do this weekend. But thankfully, when there’s not much to do, there’s always Over Edukated. So this week, […]

The dash cam footage of that intense Creek County car chase has been released.

January 7, 2016

Remember that story back in November about the suspect who shot a homeowner, then got in his truck and proceeded to lead a chase all the way to Sapulpa from Cushing? Unless you were there to witness it, you probably didn’t think too much of it at the time. We were just glad the guy was […]

Fly Tying Extravaganza To Be Held at Creek County Fairgrounds

January 4, 2016

The sixth annual Oklahoma FlyFishers Fly Tying Extravaganza will be Saturday at the Creek County Fairgrounds. The fairgrounds are located in Sapulpa just off the Kellyville exit on the Turner Turnpike. The hours are from 9 .m. to 3 p.m. The event is free of charge. There will be fly tying demonstrations along with vendors […]

Top Five Stories from Sapulpa Times Founder Don Diehl

December 31, 2015

For those who don’t know, Sapulpa Times began as a Facebook Page created by longtime journalist Don Diehl. Since SapulpaTimes.com didn’t even exist until late August 2015, Don relied solely on Facebook to get the local news and his weekly columns out to the citizens of Sapulpa. Here are the top five stories he shared with […]

Top 5 Stories from Sapulpa Times in 2015

December 31, 2015

As you look forward to 2016, you’re probably taking some time to reminisce a bit about the past year. So are we, and here’s our top 5 posts from Sapulpa Times to show you what’s been on our mind the last few days. No. 5: Sapulpa Native Selected as “Emerging Designer” Local business owner and clothing designer […]

Top 5 Facebook Posts from Sapulpa Times in 2015

December 30, 2015

At nearly 5,000 strong, Sapulpa Times is honored to be Sapulpa’s largest locally-owned online news site. Some of our biggest stories on Facebook however, were written by other area news outlets. Here are the top five stories we shared with you on Facebook this year, which weren’t written by us. Trooper William McClendon was killed […]

Sapulpa Man Arrested In Murder Of Beggs Woman, Drug Ring Uncovered

December 17, 2015

SAPULPA, Oklahoma – Officers from several law enforcement agencies arrested a suspect in the murder of a Beggs woman in October and say they uncovered a drug ring in the process. Investigators said Rebecca Hamilton, 62, was killed by an intruder when she returned home from watching her granddaughter’s softball tournament on October 17, 2015. The suspect […]

Glenpool hosts fire school training

December 17, 2015

GLENPOOL — The Glenpool Fire Department was a bustle of activity last weekend during the Northeast Regional Fire School. Both classroom and live exercise training were conducted in three categories: “Advanced Fire Behavior,” “Wild Land Training” and “Wilderness Search and Rescue.” The Oklahoma State University facilitated training is available for area fire departments due to […]

Support these Sapulpa businesses while you’re at the Downtown Holiday Stroll this week.

December 15, 2015

If haven’t haven’t yet heard, this Thursday will be the last chance to experience the festive Downtown Holiday Stroll and catch a carriage ride, a photo with Santa, entertainment from Ovations, and do a little last-minute holiday shopping. Here’s our line-up of the best places to stop by while you’re downtown this Thursday. Danziger Photography If […]