A light snow on Tuesday evening added to the magical setting at Martha’s Corner for this quick winter ceremony. Plus, learn more about how you could end 2020 on a high note with a quick winter wedding of your own!
Sapulpa Schools administration says the decision was based on “an effort to maximize mitigation strategies, most notably, exercising social distance.”
Sapulpa basketball undergoes some changes this week due to new restrictions put in place the state health department. Plus, see how wrestling did last week, and when they’ll play again.
Sapulpa Public Schools has formally announced their intention to transition back to in-person learning beginning December 7th, according to an official statement released on Friday.
Ben Sumner, who lived in Sapulpa and went to Lone Star, has grown up with a deep and abiding love for vintage Christmas. Now his passion is going to be seen by the world next week as he competes in The Great Christmas Light Fight.
Kellyville is giving away nearly 200 bicycles after its parade; plus, see what other upcoming holiday-themed events are happening in and around Sapulpa, starting tomorrow!
Major Jerry Swepston said they’ve already raised about 2/3 of the needed money for the facility, and could see the work begin as soon as Christmas break.
Molly and Socks Christmas Tree Farm, outside of Bristow, is doing their best to cater to those who are looking for the authentic, old-fashioned Christmas experience.
In what appear to be a concern for the rise in COVID-19 cases, and an effort to keep everyone “safe and comfortable,” the organization has decided to cancel the Open House, and to tentatively reschedule the volunteer luncheon that they had planned to sometime in the spring of 2021.
Severe weather held off just long enough for folks to enjoy the lighting of the Tree of Hope and everything the Lights On! ceremony had to offer.