Creek County COVID-19 cases continue to trend upward; children remain the smallest portion of those affected

By Micah Choquette September 25, 2020

As of today, there is one active case in the staff at Sapulpa Public Schools, and just two in the student body.

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Staiger celebrates 20 years with Kellyville Fire Department

By Micah Choquette September 25, 2020

“If I would’ve known that I liked firefighting so much, it might’ve been my career path.”

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California Gov. signs executive order to ban the sale of new gas-powered cars starting in 2035

By Micah Choquette September 25, 2020

The is part of a larger initiative to drive the west coast to be more committed to electric vehicles.

Freedom Elementary named as 2020 National Blue Ribbon School

By Submitted September 25, 2020

Freedom Elementary is one of only six in the state of Oklahoma to be honored.

Sapulpa Ranked Among Safest Cities in OK

By Micah Choquette September 24, 2015

The study determined Sapulpa, which has a population similar to Sand Springs’, was slightly safer. Sapulpa reported 187 […]

Bow Fishing, Popular in Sapulpa, to be Featured at OKC Expo

By Micah Choquette September 23, 2015

Bowfishing is popular around Sapulpa. Even young girls can shoot carp along Polecat Creek or flooded Sahoma backwaters. […]

Troop 224 Takes on High Adventure

By Micah Choquette September 22, 2015

[foogallery id=”304″]   To those outside the Scouting community the name Philmont may have little or no meaning. […]

Band Boosters Bingo Fundraiser Nets record $6,600

By Submitted September 21, 2015

The Sapulpa High School Band Boosters would like to give a huge shout out to the community!! This […]

Tai Chi Quan: Moving for Better Balance – Designed to Reduce Older Adults’ Risk of Falling, resumes September

By Micah Choquette September 19, 2015

According to a report by the Injury Prevention Service – Oklahoma State Department of Health, most fall injuries […]

Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum invites people to learn about progress during Oct. 3 car show event

By Micah Choquette September 14, 2015

[foogallery id=”291″] Submitted by Kristi Eaton The Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum, a planned museum featuring vintage […]

The Story Behind The Burning of George

By Micah Choquette September 11, 2015

This is a repost of the story Kirk McCraken wrote in 2004. It did well and won an […]

DUCK CALL. Help needed with blinds at Sahoma Lake

By Submitted September 10, 2015

Duck season is set to fly again at Lake Sahoma after a two-year hiatus because of the fluctuation […]

Sapulpa Band Boosters Gear Up for Bingo Night

By Submitted September 8, 2015

It’s that time of year. The sweet sounds of drums and the ever ticking metronome can be heard […]

Sapulpa Native Selected as “Emerging Designer”

By Micah Choquette September 7, 2015

Local business owner and clothing designer Sarah Shibley is seeing some hard-earned success after almost ten years of building, […]