Sapulpa is adding yet another jewel to its crown of city parks with the grand opening of the “Everyday Heroes” ADA playground located at Liberty Park.
According to the data provided by the district website, the total number of staff cases is 3, and the total number of student cases is 6.
Sapulpa firefighters were able to extinguish a fire in a vehicle about 7:50 am on Monday morning, but not before the truck was fully engulfed.
Sidney Walton, a 102-year-old World War 2 veteran, was released from Ascension St. John’s hospital in Sapulpa on Tuesday, after an illness forced him into a stay that lasted about a month.
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The new station will replace the old one, located at 10 E. Murphy, just east of South Main.
In a parade that seemed to stretch for miles, racecars, motorcycles, Jeeps and cartoon characters lined up Poplar street to wish three-year-old Tyler Copley a happy birthday.
A percentage of sales are donated to The Make Sense Foundation. “Money spent here is money well-spent,” Rogers-Kante said during the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Sapulpa Parks has announced a grand opening for the new “Everyday Heroes” Inclusive Playground that has finished construction at Liberty Park.