Micah Choquette

Blind Students Serve Lunch to Sapulpa Church Members

January 15, 2016

SAPULPA, Oklahoma – Students from the Oklahoma School for the Blind are giving back to a local organization as a “thank you” for all its help. A group of students worked on Thursday at Sapulpa’s First Baptist Church, serving lunch to members of the Lions Club and others. Teachers say the club has been a big […]

Glenpool emergency response persevere despite loss of ambulance services

January 15, 2016

GLENPOOL — Left to handle the abrupt closing of the area’s ambulance service last month, the City of Glenpool was in a frenzy to manage the loss so no resident would be lacking in emergency response care. The city not only managed, but with the help of other area ambulance operations like EMSA (Emergency Medical […]

Rustic Cuff Trunk Show in Sapulpa Today; Help Honor our Troops

January 14, 2016

If you’re a fan of Rustic Cuff, today’s a day to get a great deal. Little Bit of Country is having another one of their Rustic Cuff Trunk shows. This one comes with a Here are the details. When and Where is it? Today from 10:00am to 7:30pm. A special sale will be going on […]

Sapulpa’s Dixieland Park Tells of Memories Nearly Gone

January 13, 2016

This story on “Dixieland Park” is compiled from a couple of different articles — one by the late James W. Hubbard for the Sapulpa Historical Society in a 1992 Sapulpa Herald story headlined: “Dixieland was a dream realized”; and the second by travel writer Jack D. Rittenhouse. We’re not sure in what publication that piece […]

Longtime Sapulpa Actor Has Directorial Debut in February

January 12, 2016

In 2007, Jesse Melton caught a bug. Well, he was bitten by one. As a teenager, the Kellyville High School student decided that he wanted to take a serious stab at acting—the problem was, there wasn’t much of an outlet for aspiring Oscar winners at the Home of the Ponies. “We had a speech class, and […]

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 […]