Sapulpa Historical Society Museum to remain closed until February 4th

By Micah Choquette January 13, 2021

The Sapulpa Historical Society Museum has announced it will be extending its closing until February 4th, at least.

City officials share results of BTW feasibility study, update on Downtown Master Plan

By E. B. Thompson January 13, 2021

“We get one shot at this. We want to do a good job.”

Bubb’s Creek Motocross approved by county with restrictions

By Micah Choquette January 13, 2021

The Creek County Board of Adjustment unanimously approved an exemption to allow the popular new motocross track to continue operations.

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National vaccine rollout anything but warp speed

By Charles Betzler January 13, 2021

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.

Mayor announces vaccines at county health department, City Council approves, police department furniture, property purchase

By E. B. Thompson December 29, 2020

At the end of a short and efficient regular City Council meeting, Mayor Craig Henderson announced to the Council, public, and city staff that COVID-19 “vaccines are here,” in Sapulpa.

Trump signs omnibus spending bill and COVID-19 relief package

By Charles Betzler December 29, 2020

The President presented some caveats to his signature, and the House has passed the refined bill. It now rests with the Senate.

County project manager position filled, INCOG grant for resurfacing West 81st Street approved

By E. B. Thompson December 28, 2020

On Monday, December 28th the Board of County Commissioners chose a replacement for Paul Farris, Creek County’s retiring […]

Creek County’s INCOG stormwater category to be updated, Bristow-area bridge project to be completed, multiplex barn at fairgrounds accepting bids

By E. B. Thompson December 28, 2020

Lots of updates at last week’s Creek County Commissioners meeting, including a look at some upcoming project completions, and changes to the Creek County Fairgrounds

It’s been a year most of us would like to forget. Should we?

By Micah Choquette December 28, 2020

It’s easy to look back on this dumpster fire of a year and say “good riddance!” as we close out this painful chapter in our lives. But should we?

What we know about allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines

By Charles Betzler December 27, 2020

Doctors and scientists are investigating the reason behind several severe allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines. Here’s what we know so far.

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What is in the COVID-19 Relief Act?

By Charles Betzler December 27, 2020

On December 21, 2020, Congress approved another COVID-19 relief bill. The $900 billion package passed 91-7 in the U.S. Senate and 359-53 in the House of Representatives along with the $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill to fund the operation of the federal government until September. Here’s the breakdown of what’s in the bill.

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COVID-19 vaccine has arrived, but vigilance is still needed

By Charles Betzler December 23, 2020

We don’t know if the Pfizer vaccine will stop a person from spreading COVID-19. They could receive the vaccine and still be an asymptomatic carrier.

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Why are we so fascinated with the Christmas story?

By Submitted December 23, 2020

Why are we so fascinated with the Christmas story? Have you ever stopped and pondered that question? Here are some reasons why after all of these centuries, the enchantment of Christmas remains.

Photos: Christmas looking brighter as Caring Community Friends helps over 200 children

By Micah Choquette December 23, 2020

The county’s largest food bank was able to provide a full turkey or ham holiday dinner, a backpack full of food, and bags of gifts for all of the Christmas Stars on their tree.


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