General Counsel Brad Clark on Thursday presented to the board records he said showed a years-long history of Epic’s “nonresponsiveness and non…
The non-profit has continued to provide assistance for Sand Springs in the midst of the pandemic.
Dozens of people attended Monday night's special meeting where the Sand Springs City Council unanimously passed a mask ordinance.
Council votes 6-0 in favor of citywide mandate
Get to know Brandi Smith with the Sand Springs Leader in this edition of 'Meet Your Local."
The latest COVID-19 update is available from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
District report shows nine fewer active cases, slight increase in active quarantines with distance learning methods in place.
With $17 million to $27 million left to allocate, requests are pending for Tulsa Economic Development Corp., Gilcrease Museum, BOK Center, Tul…
OkieSpice and Trade Co. made its second appearance on the popular statewide television program known as Oklahoma’s official travel and tourism show.
Church That Matters collected 10,200 total pounds for the drive, the largest single donation to Sand Springs Community Services.
Primary elections will take place Feb. 9, 2021 with general elections set for April 6, 2021.
A Sand Springs man, a four-time felon, is facing federal charges for possession of a firearm and ammunition.
Classrooms from Northwoods Fine Arts Academy and Garfield STEAM Academy took part in the Zoom meet with a pair of award-winning children's authors.
The accident occurred Wednesday evening 41st Street and Teal Ridge Drive.
The customer service window at the Sand Springs Municipal Building at 100 E. Broadway closed until further notice due to COVID-19 safeguards.
The Early Childhood Education Center and all five of the district’s elementary schools will go to a distance learning model due to rising COVI…
The traditional Thanksgiving meal will be served from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and is open to everyone.
TTCU hosts "$100 or you, $100 for someone in need” giveaway through Dec. 15.
Non-injury accident forced the closure of one lane for about 3 1/2 hours east of Sand Springs Tuesday afternoon.
Here is a look at what is coming up around the Sand Springs community.
City council approves special meeting for Monday, Nov. 23.
Sand Springs Public Schools Superintendent Sherry Durkee answers a series of fun questions in this edition of "Meet Your Local."