Youth Services of Creek County is serving up meals in a brand new kitchen donated by local churches and businesses, and installed by volunteers. A new campaign in 2019 was to help YSCC get some of the more expensive projects done around the shelter that didn’t make it into the budget without some help from […]
Sapulpa Police Detective Brett Henson honored Sapulpa Times with an interview to discuss his retirement after serving our community for the past thirty years. His office walls were bare, his family pictures in boxes ready to be taken home. The Human Resource Department called him in for a quick question and he received a hug […]
Vice-Mayor Lou Martin was appointed Interim Mayor before a vote was cast for Interim Vice Mayor. Details inside.
“Reg Green loved Sapulpa, and whether you knew him well or not, he made your life here better.”
The Sapulpa 2020 GO Bond Advisory and Oversight Board was announced and approved at Monday night’s City Council meeting.
Lottie Wilds and Brooke DeLong, Staff Writers The regular Creek County Commissioners meeting was held Monday at 9 a.m., January 27th in the Collins Building. Chairman Newt Stephens and Commissioners Lane Whitehouse and Leon Warner were present. OLIVE FIRE DEPARTMENT REQUEST Jason Dobson, Chief of Olive Volunteer Fire Department, asked the commissioners to award a […]
Last week’s traffic control meeting featured updates on 49th W. Ave and Highway 117, as well as some publicly requested items, such as new stop signs or “stop ahead” signs.
Learn more about how Sapulpa’s Chamber of Commerce helps make Sapulpa a better town to run a business in—among many other things!
Mayor Reg Green passed away on January 26th. People who knew him remember him as a “great mayor, but greater man”
Get details about the intricacies in issuing the recently passed bonds, plus details on how become a part of the oversight committee.