His is called “the Greatest Generation” for good reason. Sapulpa resident Paul Morgan, who turns 90 on August 27, was 18 and a high school student from Ames, Okla. when Uncle Sam called in 1943. A year later he would be in Stalag 12A, one of Germany’s largest Prisoner of War camps, Rawstock, Germany. His is […]
Voters in Creek County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the September 8, City of Oilton, Town of Mounds and Depew School Special Elections should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Joy Naifeh said today. Although the County Election Board can accept applications for absentee ballots until 5 p.m. on Wednesday, […]
Another business that fits nostalgic Route 66 is set to open next month on the famed Route in Historic Downtown Sapulpa. “Gone But Not Forgotten” takes over the former Gabe’s Office and Print Shop building at 108 E. Dewey. Most recently it was The Rustic Chic Boutique. The business is being put together by and […]
The Creek County Democratic Party will hold its next meeting Thursday, August 20, at Mazzio’s, in Bristow, 710 N. Main. The speaker is Debi Thompson, newly elected 3rd District Democratic Chair. “Debi is also a dynamic leader of the Federation of Democratic Women,” reports Fran Redding, vice chair of the Creek County Democratic Party. The meeting will begin at 6:45 […]
The Sapulpa Community Theatre will host auditions for the upcoming production of Wait Until Dark at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, and at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, in the Clark Vineyard Auditorium at the theatre. The script calls for six adult males, or four adult males and two females, along with a an adult female […]
Still looking for a neat summer camp experience for the kiddos? Here’s an idea we ran across on one of the FB pages we liked.
CROSS POINTE CHURCH (on the hill between Hwys. 66 and 97 overlooking Sapulpa) Will kind of get it all going tonight with its “spectacular” fireworks show known as “Fire On The Mountain.” The gates opened at 6 with a host of pre-fireworks family fun events. Here’s others:
Good news coming out of the Creek County Commission — specifically, Rick Stewart’s District 2. The Commission has accepted an engineer’s recommendation and final plans for an asphalt overlay of West 86th Street westward to Pretty Water and Sahoma Lakes. Bids are to be opened July 27th. The money is grant-funded and comes from state […]