The Sapulpa Elks Lodge has again partnered up with Shoulder 2 Shoulder Ministries to help bring relief from the heat to anyone who might need it as the temperatures soared into the triple digits for several days last week.
Read the amazing story of how Merle Sapulpa reconnected with his high school sweetheart before he died, after 54 years apart.
Leveled Up VR is a brand new entertainment experience in Sapulpa…and they’re open until 12:00am!
Sapulpa City Council unanimously approved the proposed statewide bicycle route that will run the entirety of historic Route 66, a portion of which will run through downtown Sapulpa.
A 10-ft tall wooden statue of Chief Sapulpa was moved last week from its longtime home at Sapulpa City Hall, where it has stood since it was completed in 1990, to the front room of the Sapulpa Historical Society Museum.
The Sapulpa Board of Adjustment has unanimously approved the construction of a new antenna that should greatly improve cellular reception for customers of multiple carriers in the downtown area.
The Sapulpa Elks Lodge recently held a Golf Tournament to raise funds for the upkeep of its facilities, which provides a low-cost option for Sapulpans to host all kinds of celebrations.
It won’t begin to hit Sapulpa-area turnpikes until early next year, but soon, cash lanes are going to be a thing of the past.
Early Wednesday afternoon, Sapulpa Times got a call: “you want an update on that peacock story? We just got a peahen.”
What do the history of Latin America and the arts have in common? Sapulpa Arts hosted 68 second through eighth graders last week who know!