Some Sapulpa businesses begin reopening

By Micah Choquette April 27, 2020

At any other time, showing up to a business in a mask might make them think you were there to rob the place. These days, you’d be called considerate.

Oklahoma now at 3,121 cases of COVID-19, but stats are slowly trending down

By Micah Choquette April 24, 2020

We’re seeing a decrease in confirmed cases and deaths on a week-to-week basis. Will it hold as the state begins to reopen?

City Starts Work on GO Bond

By E. B. Thompson April 24, 2020

A straight line of credit from American Heritage Bank will allow the city to start work on a couple of “crucial” projects.

BOE Awards Bid on $9.9M GO Bond

By E. B. Thompson April 23, 2020

The sale of the GO Bond on Tuesday is one part of the series of projects in the LR Bond approved by voters and will not generate any new taxes.

It’s official: some Sapulpa businesses will open back up tomorrow. Will you be there?

By Micah Choquette April 23, 2020

People on both sides of the issue are voicing their opinion as Sapulpa begins phase one of reopening the economy. Plus, see the data that is backing Stitt’s decision.

Oklahoma now at 3,017 cases of COVID-19; Another death in Creek Co.

By Micah Choquette April 23, 2020

As the state prepares to begin reopening the economy, Oklahoma crosses the 3,000 mark in positive cases. Details inside.

Sapulpa will follow Governor Stitt’s plan to reopen the economy in phases, Mayor says

By Micah Choquette April 22, 2020

The Sapulpa Mayor has confirmed that the City of Sapulpa would be adhering to the plan and timeline as proposed by Governor Stitt. See what it entails inside.

Oklahoma now reporting 2,894 cases of COVID-19, new resources available for WIC and those looking to quit smoking

By Micah Choquette April 22, 2020

As of Wednesday, there are 2,894 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.  There are six additional deaths; […]

Foster families still needed during COVID-19

By Community Submission April 22, 2020

Foster parents don’t just foster children, they foster families too, which helps parents and children become healthy and whole again.

Oklahoma now at 2,807 confirmed Coronavirus cases, Creek County has 69

By Micah Choquette April 21, 2020

Creek County has 69 cases, 4 deaths, and 47 recoveries.

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