Sapulpa High School’s “Songs for a new world” musical opens this week

By Submitted March 3, 2021

Sapulpa High School vocal music and theater students will present “Songs for a New World” beginning Thursday at Shaw Auditorium. The musical is a song cycle that features a series of character songs that are united by a similar theme.

Excitement for downtown redevelopment grows at City Council, new fire station facilities approved to begin design process

By E. B. Thompson March 3, 2021

The updated downtown master plan includes road changes, creating more living space downtown, and creating a “cohesive, diverse section comprising of the downtown and its surrounding streets and alleys.”

Director Murray recognized for outstanding service during pandemic, next Creek Turnpike closure scheduled for March 26

By E. B. Thompson March 3, 2021

Internet upgrades and utility permits were also discussed, and it might be the last week for the emergency resolution for the county courthouse complex.

Sapulpa Schools bonds pass, here’s what they’ll be used for

By Micah Choquette March 3, 2021

The bonds, which passed yesterday, are not projected to increase taxes based on the assessed property valuations and taxation over the past three years.

Sapulpa voters to decide $1.6 million School Bond issue

By Submitted March 1, 2021

Tuesday’s special Election calls for a vote on two School Bond propositions issued by Sapulpa Public Schools. See details inside.

Deborah Yocham

February 26, 2021

Loretta Haubert

February 23, 2021

Danny Harlan

February 22, 2021

Betty Wiley

February 19, 2021

George McMorris

February 18, 2021

Cheri Grant

February 17, 2021

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