During World War I, many images of the war, such as the battles, war bonds ads, soldiers, military vehicles, vessels, and weaponry were showcased throughout every newspaper in the nation, including Sapulpa’s own papers.
With this influx of new businesses that Sapulpa is seeing, Dancing Skeleton (609b S. Main) is a must on the ‘new experiences’ list of things to explore.
Before we were the Chieftains, Sapulpa was known by several names, most prominently, the Outlaws. What led to the change?
Besides Sapulpa’s Route 66 Blowout, there are car shows happening all over the state. Here’s how to get your car show-ready.
Although not every flower or veggie is something to brag on, we all have our favorites that are doing quite well. So why not show them off at the upcoming County Fair?
Nobody does a car show like Sapulpa—and Sapulpa Main Street’s 33rd Annual Route 66 Blowout was amazing! See the photos!
After seven long years, Gasoline Alley Classics is opening on Route 66 in a former Model T dealership in downtown Sapulpa.
Over 600 students were given school supplies, and churches and businesses assisted with food, drinks, and other giveaways.
TSW is working with city staff and a steering committee to create guidelines focused on the historic district. The project is expected to be completed by early 2023.
How do you find the right plants for that fall garden? Here are the tips you need to know.