Sapulpa teenager attacked, case no longer in Sapulpa Police jurisdiction

By Micah Choquette July 15, 2020

“When they stomped on him, he blacked out … He doesn’t remember how he got home.”

Slain Sapulpa soldier Greg Morales is no longer considered a “deserter” by the army

By Micah Choquette July 15, 2020

The news is one of the most significant victories since Morales went missing at Fort Hood in August of 2019.

Kid’s Fest to be a part of Saturday’s Farmers Market

By Micah Choquette July 15, 2020

Live music, the Book and Snack Mobile, and the Recreation Roadshow are all scheduled to make an appearance on Saturday!

Dick’s ditches breakfast, now open for dinner

By Micah Choquette July 15, 2020

Dinner options will include Chicken Philly sandwich, chicken bacon ranch sandwich and more!

Oklahoma unemployment delays blamed on old computer systems, inexperienced leadership

By Charles Betzler July 14, 2020

Long lines at unemployment offices and long hold times to speak to claims representatives have been the norm since the pandemic started. What’s causing the holdup?

County Commissioners lock down Courthouse, will require masks and temperature checks

By Micah Choquette July 14, 2020

The County Courthouse will now require masks and temperature checks before being the public is allowed to enter.

Group seeks investigation into City of Sapulpa over land dealings

By E. B. Thompson July 12, 2020

City attorney David Widdoes calls the allegations “patently untrue, scurrilous and completely devoid of merit.”

How Youth Services of Creek County is coping with COVID-19

By E. B. Thompson July 10, 2020

“A pandemic reduces the number of at-need children we can serve.”

FDA issues warning on the accuracy of Abbott Rapid Test

By Charles Betzler July 10, 2020

Several weeks ago, the FDA issued a warning about the accuracy of Abbott Lab’s ID Now COVID-19 test. Researchers at New York University found the test missed a third to almost half of the positive cases.

Get to know the newly-retired city councilor who served for about one-third of Sapulpa’s entire existence

By E. B. Thompson July 10, 2020

Get to know the city councilor who served for nearly a third of Sapulpa’s entire lifetime.

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