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“Unidentified remains” found within walking distance of Sapulpa soldier Greg Morales

June 28, 2020

Believed that they could be the remains of another missing soldier, local news sources say investigators have not yet determined if the remains are human.

State Rep. Mark Lawson Receives Award from OSA

June 22, 2020

Lawson’s work on HB 2272 earned him high praise from Sheriff Bret Bowling, who called Lawson “a great advocate for law enforcement.”

Cruise for “Team Kadence” scheduled to benefit local teenager with a rare disease

June 18, 2020

A cruise, along with a small car show and bike show, has been organized for tomorrow at the Courthouse to benefit this girl with a rare disease. Read her story and get the details on how you can help.

Sapulpan competes on JEOPARDY!

June 17, 2020

Shelli Castor could tell you that the third time is the charm. Or the thirtieth.

Photos: “It’s not Us vs. Them”—demonstrators stand against racism, in support of law enforcement

June 17, 2020

Saturday’s demonstration at Kelly Lane Park was peaceful, and organizers hope it’s the first step to more conversations with city leaders.

When passion meets relentless drive: Gary Box Photography celebrates 31 years

June 16, 2020

People come from around the country to have their photograph taken by master photographer Gary Box. And after more than 2 million photographs of over 16,000 clients in thirty-one years, he is nowhere near finished.

OICA Names Rep. Mark Lawson “Children’s Representative of the Year”

June 11, 2020

“State Rep. Mark Lawson fought for Oklahoma’s children with tenacity, creativity, and wisdom.”

Sapulpa Police recover a body in woods near Rock Creek

June 10, 2020

Sapulpa Police have confirmed that they a deceased person in the woods not far from the spillway in Rock Creek behind the local VFW building and the historic Rock Creek Bridge.

VIDEO: Reports of Sapulpa man injuring horses at Tulsa protest may not be correct

June 2, 2020

A Sapulpa man being accused of felony animal abuse and domestic terrorism by people who have seen certain images on social media may not be as guilty as he’s being made out to be.

A Tribute to Our Heroes: Richard Hight expresses his gratitude through his art

June 2, 2020

Hight calls the inspired piece “just my way of, visually, saying ‘thank you'” to those who fought on the front lines of COVID-19.