Community Submission

Land Legacy improves quality of life for everyone in Oklahoma

April 5, 2016

Do you ever find yourself looking around your local city and wonder, could my home be more green? No not Bermuda grass green or green for St. Patrick’s Day but green for the environment. Could we, as a city focus more on keeping our area clean and improving the quality of life around our great […]

Lamb takes to the Route

March 28, 2016

The Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum is hosting Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb on April 1, 10 a.m., as he takes a Route 66 tour in a classic car. A representative from Lamb’s office said last year, the Lt. Governor did a tour of all 77 counties in Oklahoma in the first 77 days of […]

Customer Service

March 23, 2016

For almost ten years I have worked in customer service positions of all types. I must say, I always enjoyed it. To me customer service isn’t just making sure you get the customers order correct, it is ensuring you leave a lasting impact upon that customer that does not just represent your employer, but you […]

Salvation Army Sapulpa Women’s Auxiliary Dinner to Feature Former NFL player Steve August

March 23, 2016

The Salvation Army Sapulpa Women’s Auxiliary is preparing for the Great Futures Gala set for Thursday, April 7, at Camp Loughridge 4900 W. 71st St. Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. followed by presentations beginning at 6:30 p.m. This annual event benefits The Salvation Army Creek County Boys & Girls Club including the youth members, […]

In 30 seconds or less

March 2, 2016

There are 1,440 minutes in one day. For around 12 hours every day, most people are at work and going about their daily lives. Did you know it takes less than 30 seconds to impact the lives of others? That means you have over 1,000 chances a day to make an impact. Now if you […]

Oklahoma organization helps give medical equipment to those in dire need

February 26, 2016

When my children get sick, I instantly am stressed about the cost of the doctor appointment, the medicine, and the time missed from work. It is painful and guilting worrying about these things when you should be comforting your child. Now as they get older I worry about one eventually breaking a leg or an arm playing sports. […]

Editorial: Where can I begin to make a difference in Sapulpa?

January 26, 2016

Editor’s Note: “Impact Oklahoma” is a new column we’ll be routinely featuring from KD Delgado. It focuses on making a difference in the community. KD Can be reached at — Do you ever find yourself thinking, “I want to do something fun today. I want to help someone. I want to teach my kids to […]

Letter to the Editor: Why is Sapulpa not growing?

December 21, 2015

This letter comes from former resident Craig Wright. We welcome letters to the editor at — letters may be edited for use in publication. Why is Sapulpa not growing?  The population now is about what it was 30 years ago.  I no longer live there but visit every few months.  I don’t see new major […]