SQ 814 is a ballot measure that amends Oklahoma’s constitution to reduce the amount of tobacco settlement funds going to the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) from 75 percent to 25 percent.
“Does Sapulpa have room for two theatres?” We believe it does.” Read our conversation with the group’s president about what this new troupe could bring to Sapulpa.
Local leaders met at the newly-christened Rock Creek Golf Course on Historic Route 66 on a breezy Thursday afternoon to celebrate the renaming of what had previously been known as simply “the Sapulpa Municipal Golf Course.”
[foogallery id=”205″] Popular author Jon Acuff says that finding your dream is “often not an act of […]
[foogallery id=”195″] In 2015 the Sapulpa Chieftain Instrumental Music program graduated the largest class of seniors in […]
His is called “the Greatest Generation” for good reason. Sapulpa resident Paul Morgan, who turns 90 on August […]
Voters in Creek County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the September 8, City […]
Another business that fits nostalgic Route 66 is set to open next month on the famed Route in […]
Tulsa Boys Home is just north of Sapulpa and Creek County, within the city limits of Sand Springs, […]
The Creek County Democratic Party will hold its next meeting Thursday, August 20, at Mazzio’s, in Bristow, 710 N. […]
All fishing slow at Heyburn, Sahoma and Pretty Water. All three slightly above normal level. Water temps 85-91. Chandler: […]
The Sapulpa Community Theatre will host auditions for the upcoming production of Wait Until Dark at 2 p.m. Saturday, […]
ROAD SCHOLARS — Nine Creek County employees from District 2 including the commissioner himself, have been certified as “Road […]