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Mask Requirements: Are they legal? (Hint: Yes. Yes, they are.)

By Community Submission July 28, 2020

At last week’s City Council meeting regarding mask mandates, some commenters, citing the U.S. Constitution and principles of freedom and individual liberty, raised the question of whether mask requirements are legal. The short answer is: Yes. Yes, they are.

VIDEO: Sapulpa steps up to welcome Greg Morales home

By Micah Choquette July 28, 2020

Morales’ mother called the hometown procession “an amazing display of love and support.”

Family seeks justice for mother killed in DUI

By Micah Choquette July 28, 2020

Jared Harper and his five children stood outside of the Creek County Courthouse, holding up signs reading “End DUI,” and “Justice for Billie.” It was the day of the court hearing for Justin Milwee, and a day that the Harpers had been waiting for since last Christmas.

County Commissioners resolve issue on CIRB funds

By E. B. Thompson July 27, 2020

County Commissions finally resolve the CIRB funds issue, plus items regarding mobile homes, AC units, and speed limit reductions.

Greg Morales is finally coming home: get the procession and funeral details

By Micah Choquette July 22, 2020

Finally, Greg Morales, the slain Sapulpa soldier who was found in a shallow grave in Killeen, TX after being missing for nearly a year, is coming home.

Eastern Oklahoma declared an Indian reservation, Sapulpa high school graduate plays pivotal role in landmark U.S. Supreme Court Case

By Community Submission July 21, 2020

“On the far end of the Trail of Tears was a promise.” These powerful words marked the beginning of a recent watershed opinion of the U.S. Supreme Court, the impact of which will reverberate across Oklahoma for years to come.

Attacked teenager admits one of his assailants was there to buy marijuana; sister says the attack was premeditated

By Micah Choquette July 21, 2020

Austin Hoover’s sister says the drugs “gave them a clearer opportunity to do the job they clearly had planned to set out and do.”

Sapulpa man allegedly points his gun at another driver, leads to police discovering over a pound of marijuana in his trunk

By Lottie Wilds July 16, 2020

And no, they didn’t have their Medical Marijuana Card.

Nerd Knowledge: What is the Plague?

By Charles Betzler July 16, 2020

Though it never really left, The Black Plague is getting more recognition in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s how it started.

Newly-discovered stellar visitor shines in the night sky

By Charles Betzler July 15, 2020

Comet Neowise will be visible in the northwest night sky after sunset, for the rest of the month of July.

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