Get the facts on State Question 805

By Charles Betzler October 21, 2020

Read our thorough story on State Question 805 and what it means for the repeat offenders in Oklahoma.


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City Council approves rebranding of Golf Course, SPS implores City for mask mandate

By E. B. Thompson October 21, 2020

The Golf Course is getting a new, more marketable name. Plus, see future upgrades to water treatment system.

Kellyville man arrested on first-degree murder charges, OSBI investigating

By Micah Choquette October 20, 2020

Creek County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Kellyville man on first-degree murder charges regarding a possible homicide late last week.

Kellyville closes Town Hall and Library over postive COVID-19 case

By Micah Choquette October 19, 2020

The official Kellyville Public Library page specified that it would be closed at least through November 2nd.

State auditor accuses Epic of potentially-fraudulent practices in half-billion dollars in government funds; Epic says the auditor has an agenda

By E. B. Thompson October 5, 2020

State auditor and inspector (SA&I) Cindy Byrd released the first of a two-part report of an audit done […]

Local lavender farm finds footing and flourishes amid a pandemic

By Micah Choquette October 5, 2020

The new shop will house a distillery and they will be able to process their own lavender oils. You won’t want to miss visiting the farm next May and June when all the plants are in bloom.

Sapulpa falls to Collinsville in a tough 42-17 loss

By Micah Choquette October 2, 2020

After a rolling three game winning streak, Sapulpa met a tough loss against an undefeated Collinsville on Friday night.

Trump moved to military hospital as “precautionary measure”

By Micah Choquette October 2, 2020

Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says Trump “remains in good spirits,” and will be working out of the hospital’s presidential suite “for a few days.”

Mounds man arrested on charges of shooting with intent to kill

By Micah Choquette October 2, 2020

Police say the man heard sounds outside, opened the door and began firing at construction crew workers.

COVID in the White House: Trump tests positive, Pence negative

By Micah Choquette October 2, 2020

Trump and Melania test positive, Pence is negative. Get more details here.

Lake Sahoma bait shop reopens as Elifrits Bait & Tackle

By Charles Betzler October 1, 2020

Dwayne Elifrits opened Elifrits Bait & Tackle at Lake Sahoma in early September but he is no stranger to the Sapulpa area.

Progress made in county’s 911 feasibility study; emergency resolutions at courthouse to continue for another week

By E. B. Thompson October 1, 2020

County Commissioners discussed the results of a recent 911 feasibility study, formally approved a CIRB plan for the county, and continued the emergency procedures in place at the courthouse for another week.

BREAKING: Kellyville will now play Millwood on Saturday at home

By Micah Choquette September 30, 2020

Kellyville’s much-anticipated game against Millwood is back! Details inside.

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Coronavirus mutations are not necessarily a cause for alarm, scientists say.

By Charles Betzler September 30, 2020

“The jury’s out. This mutation might mean something, or it might not.”