Musicians Dickie and Kim Parnell play banjo and guitar favorites for crowds of all sorts.
No stranger to the Society and its meetings, recently-retired Creek County District Judge Joe Sam Vassar was the speaker.
People selling or seeking automotive parts and collectibles come from all over the area and other states to take part in this annual event.
Read the story about a local man who’s faith and heritage have defined him for generations.
This column from Don Diehl shows why mules are reputed to be more patient, hardy and long-lived than horses.
The suspects are accused of raiding the Diehl home, packing the Diehl car up with stolen items and escaping with it—all while the Diehls were out of town.
The building itself is full of history, but now owner Larry White has added another trophy to the shelf of preserved Sapulpa history—a sign that until recently, you could only see in old photos.
The expansion of the multi-million dollar cosmetic company SeneGence to its founder’s hometown is having an impact all over the area including two of the most historic buildings in downtown Sapulpa. Ben and Joni Rogers Kante are owners of SeneGence. Besides its mammoth expansion in Sapulpa the company has holdings in California, Canada and Australia.…
Sapulpa’s largest Chevrolet dealership has changed hands. In November, Danny Beck Chevrolet was sold and became Mark Allen Chevrolet. Customers received emails about the transaction, and Beck himself posted on Facebook. Mark Allen is a partner of the largest-selling Chevrolet dealership in the U.S. for 10 of the last 11 years, Classic Chevrolet of Grapevine,…
There are four famous Charles Banks Wilson paintings in the rotunda of the Oklahoma Capitol that capture native son greatness. They are of Will Rogers, Jim Thorpe, Sequoya and Robert Samuel Kerr. The story of Robert S. Kerr is a genuine rags to riches one, and that of true Oklahoman. When seeking election to political…