“Thanksgiving 23: A Hubbel family celebration in Oklahoma with farm life, international guests, and a taste of Scotland.”
Sapulpa history: 1906 – Liberty School box supper raises $52. 1910 – Prospects for world wrestling championship in Sapulpa. 1920 – Light rate increase discussed with Chamber of Commerce. 1930 – Second Trades Day planned with hopes for city visitors.
The conclusion to the amazing life story of the Sapulpa-born, world-renowned activist and playwright Mary McDougal Axelson and her tragically ironic death.
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We’re in that time of year where it’s common for us to take the time to sit back and reflect on the year as it comes to a close, and start to dream about what the coming year could be like. I’m doing a lot of that myself right now.
Embraced volunteering, built diverse skills: from military service to postmaster, musician, writer, and ordained minister.
Get all the details on what’s happening this weekend at the Christmas Chute, and what else is going in the next week so you can go ahead and lace up those running shoes!
The decision comes as the City learns of estimated times to complete the project and requirements to secure federal grant dollars to pay for it.
Last year’s event reached over 400 kids, and this year, they’re looking to reach even more.
The tree is being installed ahead of Bristow’s Route 66 Cowboy Christmas, happening on Thanksgiving night.
The Creek County Democratic Party is pleased to announce it will be offering up to two $1500 scholarships in 2024.
Students will continue to work on their ribbon skirts for several weeks. Sapulpa’s Indian Education Department offers cultural lessons throughout the year and as part of Native American Heritage Month.
Sunday Timeloop: Route 66 Christmas Chute opens, Sapulpa kindergartner cast in “Killers of the Flower Moon”
Good morning! Welcome to the Sunday Timeloop, the subscribers-only newsletter brought to you by Sapulpa Times that catches you up on what you might’ve missed last week, and helps you prepare for the week ahead.
Jefferson Heights Elementary is buzzing with news of a local “celebrity.” Kindergartner Kinsleigh McNac made her silver screen debut in the Martin Scorsese film “Killers of the Flower Moon.”
Read the amazing stories of these two new inductees into the school’s “Wall of Heroes,” plus, see the names of the 31 other members on this wall.
The arrest, which happened after school hours and off of school grounds, has resulted in the coach being “immediately placed on suspension from all teaching and athletic duties.”