Mounds Car Show Happening on Saturday, “Rain or Shine”
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Mounds Car Show Happening on Saturday, “Rain or Shine”

[foogallery id=”353″] Old car and motorcycle fans get a double whammy on Saturday. While an informal show takes place at the developing Route 66 Museum at the “Old Armory” along the Route in Sapulpa, just south on Alternate Highway 75 is the 12th Annual Mounds Car, Truck and Bike Show. Main Street in Mounds will…

Student at Over Edukated Appears in Special Times Square Video

Student at Over Edukated Appears in Special Times Square Video

Madison Cobb of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, appeared in the bright lights of Broadway on Saturday, September 19, as part of the National Down Syndrome Society’s (NDSS) annual Times Square Video presentation. The featured photographs highlighted children, teens, and adults with Down syndrome, reminding the world in a very big way about the contributions and milestones of…

Scouts Honor Grafton & Pritchard at Flag Retirement

A Scout is Reverent. Local Boy Scout Troop 224 honored Trey Pritchard and Jeffrey Grafton recently as they retired American Flags. Assistant Scout Master Jimmy Fretz brought it to the attention of the troop that Pritchard and Grafton were both Scouts as young men. Jeffrey Grafton and Trey Pritchard were both members of Sapulpa troop…

Sapulpa Community Theater Showing “Wait Until Dark” This Weekend
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Sapulpa Community Theater Showing “Wait Until Dark” This Weekend

[foogallery id=”329″]   Sapulpa’s only live theater venue, 124 S. Water Street, announces the opening of “Wait Until Dark” by Frederick Knott, directed by Sherry Whisman. Performances are Sept. 25-27 & Oct. 2-4, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sun at 2 p.m. Cost is $10 adults and $5 for students K-12. You can reserve…

Sapulpa Ranked Among Safest Cities in OK

Sapulpa Ranked Among Safest Cities in OK

The study determined Sapulpa, which has a population similar to Sand Springs’, was slightly safer. Sapulpa reported 187 violent crimes per 100,000 people and 2,680 property crimes per 100,000 people for a total crime score of 942. Cities with high median household incomes also tended to have good safety ratings. Collinsville’s annual median household income…

Bow Fishing, Popular in Sapulpa, to be Featured at OKC Expo
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Bow Fishing, Popular in Sapulpa, to be Featured at OKC Expo

Bowfishing is popular around Sapulpa. Even young girls can shoot carp along Polecat Creek or flooded Sahoma backwaters. A carp shootout was held earlier this year at Lake Sahoma and plans are to hold another next spring. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife says that such outdoors sports can be familiy activities. Everyone who visits the…

Tai Chi Quan: Moving for Better Balance – Designed to Reduce Older Adults’ Risk of Falling, resumes September
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Tai Chi Quan: Moving for Better Balance – Designed to Reduce Older Adults’ Risk of Falling, resumes September

According to a report by the Injury Prevention Service – Oklahoma State Department of Health, most fall injuries happen in predictable, preventable ways. Most falls happen in homes and are entirely preventable. Understanding and identifying simple changes such as lighting, furniture arrangement and housekeeping can make older adults less susceptible to falling in their homes….

Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum invites people to learn about progress during Oct. 3 car show event

Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum invites people to learn about progress during Oct. 3 car show event

[foogallery id=”291″] Submitted by Kristi Eaton The Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum, a planned museum featuring vintage cars and interactive exhibits along Route 66, is inviting the public to visit the museum site and learn about its progress during an informal car show next month in Sapulpa. Automobile enthusiasts are invited to show off…