Really, there’s nothing else like it in this town, and there hasn’t been for a long time.
Football, live music and a once-in-a-lifetime sale of Sapulpa icons are what’s happening this weekend. Plus, a bonus item for Monday!
A Bristow woman pleaded guilty Tuesday for kidnapping a victim at knifepoint at a Sapulpa gas station and forcing her to drive to Kellyville.
Don Lee is very good at his job. And he should be, because he’s been doing it a long time.
Sapulpa drew first blood early in the game, and immediately after recovered an onside kick. All the momentum was looking Sapulpa’s way. Until it wasn’t.
An ongoing problem on West Lincoln Ave, West McKinley Ave, and South Mounds St. with unrestrained dogs attacking pedestrians and mail carriers has residents concerned.
It’s official—you’ve probably never met anyone quite like Cindy Lovell, who last week celebrated 18 years as a Whataburger “family member.”
For the second year in a row, the Sapulpa Chamber held it’s annual banquet in the middle of Historic Route 66. This year, it included some memorable changes to its awards.
Mead, which is a wine made from honey instead of grapes, is the primary draw of the new craft winery located at 609b S. Main Street.
One victim estimates the damage to to his Mercedes to be between “4 or 5 thousand dollars.”