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Spotlight on Sapulpa: Headlines for April 4th

Today in 1916, a delayed response of more than five hours by the Sapulpa Police to a burgled home brings the Sapulpa Herald headline: "officers too busy to hunt for burglars." See what else happened today in history!

Been There, Done That: Route 713

After working routes with loose dogs and one that drove by a pickle factory, the chance came up to get a route that went by the iconic Lincoln Center. It was called Route 713.

First United Bank Named 2024 Gallup Exceptional Workplace Award Winner

This accolade celebrates organizations with the most engaged workplace cultures globally.

Spotlight on Sapulpa: Headlines for April 3rd

Today in 1911, the smallpox epidemic begins to take a heavy toll on workers in nearby oil fields; the nearby town of Hilton was "practically depopulated" as a result... this and more in today's Headlines in History!

Challenger Sherry Capps defeats incumbent Brian Stephens in City Council race

Challenger Sherry Capps has defeated incumbent Brian Stephens for the Ward 2, Seat 2 spot on Sapulpa's City Council.

Sapulpa City Council discusses Chute and approves fire department software

Monday's Council meeting began with a preliminary report on the 2024 Route 66 Christmas Chute with the regular session being highlighted by a sewer evaluation survey and updated fire department software. 

Spotlight on Sapulpa: Headlines for April 2nd

Today in 1910, Sapulpa newsies deliver papers with the Sapulpa Fire Insurance Co.—which the Sapulpa Light calls "the only show of the kind put on in any city in the United States" ... this and more inside!

This Week in Sapulpa History: High School Mischief

In 1920, Sapulpa boys jokingly chased down the high school principal and tossed him in their new school pool...only to realize the poor guy couldn't swim! Or could he?

Spotlight on Sapulpa: Headlines for March 30th

Today in 1917, a man dropped dead at the Yale Theater after singing a contract to work on Ozark Trail Road. In 1934, a Kite Flying Contest is announced; in 1977 the Kiowa Tribal Dancers come to Sapulpa schools, and more inside!

Central Tech Celebrates Oklahoma Cup Achievements

"These competitions are more than just contests; they are a proving ground for the innovative minds that will lead our nation's technological future."