See updates on inspections, applications and new locations for recovering assistance centers.
State Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready toured Sapulpa, seeing the damage and speaking with those affected by the tornadoes.
City of Sapulpa “has no timeline” for limb pickup. Plus, where to report damage at your property.
Here’s where to drop off your storm debris, whether it’s trees, shingles, roofing, etc.
In an awful coincidence, the day after we published this story in our Print Edition, two separate EF1 tornadoes descended onto Sapulpa.
See the photos from the tornado that ripped through Sapulpa early this morning, and how you can help deal with the aftermath.
Several roads were inaccessible earlier this week due to flooding. Here’s how and why to take precautions as rain chances continue.
See the latest from our neighbors in Jenks, and what’s currently going on with Webbers Falls. Plus, might be more rain later. Details inside.
We’ve started a live photo gallery that we’re updating with photos of flooding and damage in Sapulpa from this week’s storms. Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org to get them included!
By Kristi Howard Special to Sapulpa Times In Oklahoma, March 15 through June 15 is called “tornado season.” Even though tornadoes and severe thunderstorms can occur in our state at any time of the year, that time frame is historically when we tend to have the most tornadoes each year. It’s rather easy to ignore…