The annual League the Way bowling fundraiser for Youth Services of Creek County had its best year yet, according to Director Erin Brook. Approximately $27,500 was raised for the shelter, “more money than previous years, and thus far the highest amount raised,” Brook said.
Drummond addressed several hot topics at his “listening tour” stop in Sapulpa, including the McGirt Ruling, state relations with the Native American tribes, and Oklahoma’s oversupply of marijuana.
The family of the 15-year-old teenager who was the victim of a fatal stabbing on Saturday, July 15th has released the name of the boy who died, and are asking for assistance with funeral costs as they deal with the difficulty surrounding the situation.
The passing of Mike and Kim Champagne was confirmed in a press release the company published on its LinkedIn Profile.
Longtime Sapulpa Community Theatre actress, director, and board member Sherry Whisman passed away on July 17th. She was 82.
If your family vacations in Eureka Springs this summer, you may consider this newly-constructed Airbnb that is sure to feel an awful lot like home.
The school is providing counseling services for those who need it as the community deals with the fatal stabbing of a teenager on Saturday.
Police have made an arrest in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old in Sapulpa.
The new event didn’t have the mass appeal of, say, the Route 66 Blowout, but it drew enough of an interested crowd to be worth repeating, and has the potential to get larger and more spectacular each year.
This week the Sapulpa School Board approved an election date of September 12th for a $279 million school bond, to build a new high school and performing arts center, among several other projects.