Special Interest

This animated map shows just how much Mother Nature hates Oklahoma

April 27, 2016

After the series of storms we had yesterday that didn’t actually do much to Sapulpa, we’re all a little more weary about the season we’re in. If you’re a native Oklahoman, you know that we live in tornado alley and the chances of tornadoes are greater here than most everywhere else. But just how greater […]

Lost At Sea And Feared Dead, Dog Found On Island After 5 Weeks : The Two-Way : NPR

March 20, 2016

Five weeks ago, a 1-year-old German shepherd-husky mix with startling blue eyes fell off a fishing boat in the Pacific Ocean north of San Diego. The dog, named Luna, was miles from land. She was reported missing on Feb. 10 by her owner, fisherman Nick Haworth, who told authorities that Luna was a strong swimmer […]

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. […]

Cimarron Public Transit invites and encourages input

February 4, 2016

Community transportation is the topic of public forums set during the week of Feb. 8. Cimarron Public Transit is hosting the event. The public is invited and encouraged to attend and share their feedback about the local transportation program. Meetings will be held at the Bartlesville Public Library at 11 a.m. Feb. 8; Ponca City, […]

‘The communication failed’: Why the Eufaula killer was wrongfully freed from prison twice

February 2, 2016

We previously shared with you that the Eufaula killer in an awful bank robbery last month had actually been convicted in Sapulpa back in 2006. Turns out, there’s a lot more to that story about how he was wrongfully freed from prison. Twice. Officials from Creek and Tulsa counties, as well as the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, […]

“Disaster for Oklahoma Education”: Pretty Water Superintendent Weighs in on Upcoming Consolidation Bill

February 1, 2016

Taylor says he “cannot fathom how this could be considered in any way beneficial for the children of Oklahoma.”

Going local for Valentine’s Day: Vintage Rose

February 1, 2016

It’s been said that the quickest way to a man’s heart is his stomach. Women, on the other hand, typically require a bit more finesse.

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 […]

Top 5 Stories from Sapulpa Times in 2015

December 31, 2015

As you look forward to 2016, you’re probably taking some time to reminisce a bit about the past year. So are we, and here’s our top 5 posts from Sapulpa Times to show you what’s been on our mind the last few days. No. 5: Sapulpa Native Selected as “Emerging Designer” Local business owner and clothing designer […]

Top 5 Facebook Posts from Sapulpa Times in 2015

December 30, 2015

At nearly 5,000 strong, Sapulpa Times is honored to be Sapulpa’s largest locally-owned online news site. Some of our biggest stories on Facebook however, were written by other area news outlets. Here are the top five stories we shared with you on Facebook this year, which weren’t written by us. Trooper William McClendon was killed […]