Sapulpa Times launches new community-based job board at SapulpaJobs.com

Sapulpa Times launches new community-based job board at SapulpaJobs.com

Every week, someone posts to one of Sapulpa’s many Facebook Groups that question that is becoming all too common among the folks here: “Who’s hiring?” Folks typically respond with a few options, but the conversations get tedious, as every week, there’s a new person on the job market hunting work. We’d like to help change that….

Revised Date for May’s Parkinson Disease Support Group Meeting

Revised Date for May’s Parkinson Disease Support Group Meeting

The Sapulpa Area Parkinson Disease Support Group will meet Wednesday, May 24, at Central Tech in Sapulpa, 1720 S. Main. The meeting will be held at 2:00, in the CCIA Board Room. (Ask at the main desk as you enter for directions.) A represenative from Encounter Home Health Services will be speaking with the group…

School Board Member Evicted Alleged Druggie Teacher Last Fall

School Board Member Evicted Alleged Druggie Teacher Last Fall

Megan Sloan, the 27-year-old Holmes Park Elementary teacher that has been arrested for bringing heroin, methamphetamine, syringes and paraphernalia to school, had been renting a house from a School Board Member Larry Hoover as recently as the fall of 2016. Last September she was evicted and began having her teaching pay garnished in October according to…

Creek County Democrats Announce 2017 Scholarship Winners

Creek County Democrats Announce 2017 Scholarship Winners

The Creek County Democrats are delighted to announce the winners of the Creek County Democratic Party Scholarships for 2017.  Hannah Idlett of Drumright High School and Ira Hurst, who attends Bristow High, are this year’s winners.  Each will be awarded $1000.00. Scholarship Committee members Mary West and Jane Johnson of Sapulpa, and Denise Ashley and…

PHOTOS: 2 Sapulpa Students, 2 Other Area Students Make McPherson College Honor Roll
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PHOTOS: 2 Sapulpa Students, 2 Other Area Students Make McPherson College Honor Roll

McPherson College has recognized its highest academic achievers in their fall 2016 Honor Roll and Honorable Mention students. To qualify for the Honor Roll, students must be a full-time student and earn a grade point average of 3.55 or higher during the previous term. Students earning a grade-point average from 3.25 to 3.54 are named…

Holiday Stroll Opens The Season for Sapulpa

Holiday Stroll Opens The Season for Sapulpa

For every family, there’s that event that officially kicks off the holidays for them. Maybe it’s Thanksgiving Dinner with your family. Maybe it’s Black Friday shopping. Maybe it’s putting up the tree. For Sapulpa, it’s some combination of The Holiday Open House, the Lights On Sapulpa, the Shop Small Saturday event and the Downtown Holiday…

Study finds Uncompensated Care Fund crucial for Oklahomans’ health
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Study finds Uncompensated Care Fund crucial for Oklahomans’ health

OKLAHOMA CITY – Members of the Senate Health and Human Services met Tuesday to hear from local healthcare organizations about the importance of the health center uncompensated care fund (UCF) to the health and well-being of Oklahomans.  The Oklahoma Department of Health stopped distributing payments to federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) for health care to…