PHOTOS: Sapulpa’s “Lights On!” ceremony and Tree of Hope lighting

By Micah Choquette November 25, 2020

Severe weather held off just long enough for folks to enjoy the lighting of the Tree of Hope and everything the Lights On! ceremony had to offer.

David Honeycutt

November 24, 2020

Laura Pierce

November 23, 2020

Tommy McDaniel

November 23, 2020

Margaret Driskill

November 21, 2020
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State Department of Health issues Thanksgiving guidance, releases recommendations on safe gatherings

By Micah Choquette November 25, 2020

State and local health departments encourage families to stay safe, avoid large gatherings and follow CDC guidelines.

Christmas lights and carriage rides: what to expect at tonight’s “Lights On!” event in downtown Sapulpa

By Micah Choquette November 24, 2020

Carriage rides, live window displays, and a special visit from Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell will headline tonight’s “Lights On!” event at 5:30p.

Over 75 percent of Tulsa County zip codes in the red zone for COVID-19

By Charles Betzler November 22, 2020

In the span of one week, the number of “red zone” zip codes in Tulsa county has nearly doubled to 35. Sapulpa is included in this report.

Kellyville officers awarded with Life Saving Pin at monthly board meeting

By Micah Choquette November 16, 2020

Two Kellyville Police Officers were awarded Life Saving Pins for their actions in saving the life of Mackenzie Woods, the two-year-old girl who lost a portion of her right arm in a mowing accident in September.

SPS to appear at city council tonight to petition for mask mandate, BOE discusses upcoming elections and donations received

By E. B. Thompson November 16, 2020

SPS is expected to return to Sapulpa City Council on the evening of Monday, November 16 to aid in the discussion and possible adoption of a proclamation requiring a city-wide mask mandate.

Sapulpa Athletic Director releases plan for winter sports

By Micah Choquette November 16, 2020

The new winter season will change for the year, because of the games being indoors. See the new process inside.

Woolery receives state bar award

By Submitted November 16, 2020

Recently retired Judge Rick Woolery, is among those honored last week during the Oklahoma Bar Association’s 116th Annual Meeting.

“A Thankful Hometown Hero Christmas” twinkles through town Sapulpa Dec. 5

By Submitted November 16, 2020

UPDATE: The 2020 Christmas Parade has been canceled.

Sapulpa Public Library and Sapulpa Historical Society Museum both closed this week due to COVID-19

By Micah Choquette November 13, 2020

Two separate Sapulpa institutions closed up due to Coronavirus concerns, one of which only a day after opening after being closed already.

Face mask mandate appears likely for Sapulpa next week

By Micah Choquette November 13, 2020

Sapulpa may join the list of area cities that are activating a mask mandate. The item is set to be voted on in Monday’s City Council meeting.

Sapulpa schools will remain in-person next week

By Micah Choquette November 13, 2020

Though the rise in county cases has moved the school system to Orange Level 2, the case count at the schools has decreased from last week.

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Is herd immunity really the answer?

By Charles Betzler November 12, 2020

No pandemic has ever been contained by purposely allowing the disease to spread unabated in the hope that people will develop immunity.

White House report says COVID-19 in Oklahoma is unabated and requires a rapid response

By Charles Betzler November 12, 2020

According to the latest White House Coronavirus Task Force report, released Wednesday, November 11, 2020, Oklahoma’s weekly new […]