“We get one shot at this. We want to do a good job.”
The Creek County Board of Adjustment unanimously approved an exemption to allow the popular new motocross track to continue operations.
According to the CDC, as of January 11th, 8,987,322 Americans have received their first COVID-19 vaccination dose—a third of the 25 million doses that have been distributed to the states under the Operation Warp Speed program.
This is a developing story, and details might change. What began as a large crowd of protestors at […]
More than 250 stores are set to close following the sale of all remaining inventory, including the one in Sapulpa.
Sapulpa City Council voted 5-4 to extend the mask mandate for an additional 120 days after hearing from several residents who were in favor of ending the mandate, and at least one who supported extending it.
“It’s been a crazy adventure”
The Food and Drug Administration issued an alert that certain Sportmix brand pet foods “may contain potentially fatal levels of aflatoxin,” after 28 dogs died and 8 became ill after eating the dog food in question.
Catchy little tunes and phrases have long been a powerful tool in advertising to promote products, political candidates, public service messages, and much more. Let’s go back in time and recall some of the oldies but goodies.
The Colorado man in his 20s has no history of travel, raising concerns that that the more contagious strain of the virus might already be gaining a foothold in the U.S.
I am not, by any means, the quintessential optimist. As a matter of fact, I am frequently accused of being the “glass is half empty” kind of guy. However, 2021 fills me with optimism.
“To be able to graduate from the same college on the same day with [my son] just made it that much more incredible and memorable.”
Though the pandemic wrought havoc on our lives in 2020, other things, unrelated to it, have happened in the meantime. Here’s the most important local government stories from the past year.