Officials estimate approximately 20,000 people show up for opening night, including Governor Stitt and Lt. Governor Pinnell. See the photos!
In July, a house at 205 West Lincoln was extensively damaged by fire. Approximately 45 days later, city officials gave the owner 5 days to secure the property, and 10 days to clean up trash and debris.
BOCC and Sheriff’s Office made up the additional notes for the week of January 21st
Taco Bell, Christmas Chutes, and Neighbor Disputes: Sapulpa City Council deals with nuisances, concerns, and plans for the next year
The Taco Bell entrance on Birch St. in Sapulpa was under debate at the weekly Sapulpa City Council study session.
Community and Economic Development Committee hears Tulsa company’s proposal on how to move forward with BTW project
Twenty20 Management has worked on T. Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, River Spirit Casino, the BOK Center, and many more. Could Sapulpa be next?
Sapulpa Fire Chief concludes 33-year career with Sapulpa Fire Department, is recognized at City Council
Fire Chief David Taylor received a City resolution from Mayor Craig Henderson commending him and showing appreciation for his service.
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The City Councilor for Ward 5 has decided not to run for reelection in 2022, the Creek County Election Board has confirmed.
Several municipal, civic, and ministerial organizations are making a big impact on families in the Sapulpa area and beyond this holiday season.
Hoosier will no longer be a contender for the Ward One seat in February’s election