Been There, Done That: Tucker Body Double

In the 1980s, there was a movie that came out about the famous Tucker automobiles. If you watch carefully, there's a little something off about one of those cars...
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What To Do This Weekend in and around Sapulpa (July 11th-July 13th)

We have a great set of events happening this week and into the rest of the month, starting with the return of the Route 66 Farmers Market! See inside for details!

Sapulpa police release photos of robbery suspects

Sapulpa police have released photos of the suspects involved in the July 3rd armed robbery of DAK's Market.

‘Winningest Boys HS Coach in Country’ passes at 96

Bob Hughes, Sr. was born in Bristow, and graduated from Sapulpa's Booker T. Washington school. He later became the "winningest high school boys basketball coach" ever.

This Week in Sapulpa History: A Reel-y Big Fire

One of the more significant fires in downtown Sapulpa happened today in 1952, when the Reel Drug Store, and The Royal Cafe, buildings that had already caught fire once, erupted into flames again.

Sapulpa man pleads guilty to first-degree murder, sentenced to life in prison

Almost a year later, Richard King, the man charged with first-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of his nephew, has been sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole.

Sapulpa police are investigating after finding a man dead of a gunshot wound

Sapulpa Police are assisting OSBI in looking for suspects in what they say could be Sapulpa's first homicide of 2024.

Police searching for suspects in convenience store robbery

Police are still looking for the three suspects who robbed DAK's Market early Wednesday morning.

Been There, Done That: RIP Martin Mull

We lost another entertainer that played a significant role in the formative years of my mid-twenties. When I first heard of Martin Mull, he was an offbeat funnyman, a musician, and singer songwriter.

This Week in Sapulpa History: Busy July 1906

As Sapulpa went from June into July in 1906, the town was seeing a surge of new business, new oil strikes (and fires), and new entertainment. Read about what happened in Sapulpa this week in history.

Sapulpa’s Chuck-It Axe Co. to close, but Chuck-It Dogs are sticking around, will join Sapulpa’s first brewery

Sapulpa loses its first axe-throwing company, but gains an even better hotdog experience with its first brewery.
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Where to see a real fireworks show in and around Sapulpa this year

With 4th of July falling on a Thursday this year, most of the big events are taking place this weekend. Check out our list of the best options for live fireworks this year!

Arts Explore! Returns this July to help students explore the history of America through the arts

What does the History of America have in common with the arts?  Join Sapulpa Arts & Humanities Foundation on July 15-19 to find out.

Been There, Done That: Dadgum ticks

About 4 days ago, I plucked another dadgum tick off my leg. I hate those little punks! It's prompted me to come up with my own name for the extreme itchiness I'm having...

Creek County still has 2300 without power as temps soar to near triple-digits

When will your power come back on? Will the city pick up the limbs? Learn more about what to expect and where to go to escape the heat while you're waiting.

Sapulpa Public Schools foresees multiple benefits from new stadiums

“This is a literal game-changer for Sapulpa sports,” said SPS Athletic Director Michael Rose. “I’m looking forward to seeing how this benefits our students, parents, and staff.”
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