Creek County Commissioners Meetings
New counties with cases include Beckham, Cotton and Love counties, bringing the total to 47 counties out of 77.
Creek County COVID-19 cases have doubled from 5 to 10 in the span of 24 hours. Here’s why it shouldn’t surprise you.
There have been two additional deaths reported as well, both in Oklahoma County. There are 8 new counties added to the list of those affected.
A salon owner is expressing concern about balancing the recommendations of the CDC with wanting to keep her staff employed.
Starting tomorrow, you’ll only be able to access the Courthouse and Collins buildings from one side, and will have your temperature taken upon entering.
Some county offices are removing chairs and emphasizing online options to limit paperwork and contact.
Commissioner Leon Warner said, “If there is a road in my district that is not deteriorating, I haven’t found it. They are all bad!”
“The citizens of Creek County should know that … this government is determined, more now than ever, to protect the unalienable rights of its people.”
Tulsa-based CastleCom has been awarded the bid for a “network infrastructure refresh” for several county buildings.
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 […]