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OSDH urges J&J vaccine recipients to contact healthcare provider if certain symptoms develop

April 13, 2021

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, Anyone who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine within the last three weeks should contact their healthcare provider immediately if they develop severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath. More details inside.

The Forgotten Highway

April 5, 2021

Ozark Trail is one of Sapulpa’s oldest and most important roads. So why does it look so awful?

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OSDH warns of Salmonella risk from live easter gifts

April 2, 2021

Officials say the number of Salmonella infections rises every year during the Easter season when stores sell baby poultry.

Illegal dumping at northside city landfill creating an eyesore

April 2, 2021

Illegal dumping has made this site a blight on the community and as one person put it, “It is simply a disgrace.”

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Dispensary opening halted by second dispensary across the street

April 1, 2021

A bizarre situation of county-meets-city has halted a proposed dispensary operation after a second dispensary operation was discovered across the street, in a space that’s not annexed into the City.

BTW Rec Center redevelopment kicks off with a public open house

April 1, 2021

See the options and possible features for the new Booker T. Washington Rec Center, one of the 2020 GO Bond propositions.

County emergency resolution fails to pass, Commissioners hear about poultry problems

March 30, 2021

Perhaps the most important item to be addressed at the BOCC meeting on Monday was a motion made by Acting District #3 Commissioner Roger Smith to renew the emergency resolution due to the pandemic, but the motion failed to pass due to a lack of a second, as Warner left the meeting early to meet […]

Ad-Fi Committee approves additional CARES Act funding, second GO Bond drawdown

March 29, 2021

City Manager Joan Riley introduced an accounting of CARES Act funds totaling $1,640,113 at Monday’s Administration and Finance Committee meeting. The money is part of a government stimulus plan to help municipalities with COVID-related expenses.  She and Finance Director Pam Vann explained that $826,500 of this money has already been allocated and was approved by […]

Sapulpa’s other, other historic route: Ozark Trail

March 27, 2021

When your town has such a big landmark right at the heart of it, it can be easy for other important trails or roadways to get missed, but Sapulpa has another roadway even older than The Mother Road: Ozark Trail.

Bond Oversight Committee recommends moving forward with Downtown Master Plan, economic development incentives, public safety enhancements

March 22, 2021

“I’ve never been more excited about what’s going on in Sapulpa.” -City Attorney David Widdoes