The traffic light is a part of the 2020 GO Bond project and well-regarded as a necessity to deter the number of traffic accidents at that intersection.
A male riding a late-model Harley Davidson was taken to the hospital for minor injuries after his motorcycle caught fire on Thursday afternoon.
Two Sapulpa martial arts schools competed in the Ozark Mountain Nations in Springfield Missouri on Saturday, July 23rd.
Sapulpa’s Mayor Craig Henderson read an official proclamation at Monday’s City Council meeting declaring August 14th, 2022 as “Boy Scout Troop 224 Day” ahead of the troop’s celebration of 100 years in existence.
Edmond Slyman, known as “Tex” by many, and as the owner of Sapulpa staple Freddie’s BBQ and Steakhouse on New Sapulpa Road, passed away on Monday, July 25th after a long illness.
See the photos from the first 2 Cool 4 School fundraiser car show!
By the time they saw the video, it had already amassed 2 million views and was growing. “We were shocked.”
Dozens of children went home sore but smiling on Saturday after the first Sapulpa Youth Triathlon in several years lands a large turnout and tons of fun. See the photos!
A new QR-driven “Walking Tour” highlights Sapulpa’s historic downtown buildings in a new way.
Miss CrossRoads is open to young women ages 19-26 who reside within a 125-mile radius of Drumright, OK.