“As caretakers and educators, it’s heartwarming to see how well-behaved the children are and how they interact with each other and help each other. It proves to us they are soaking in what we are trying to teach them.”
“I think all children deserve the best, and I feel like this is the best program available to the youth and our budding future generations.”
“I’m very excited by this. I feel very blessed to be a part of the Sapulpa community and very grateful for this opportunity.”
The realization of a dream more than three years in the making has Oklahoma seeing its first Taiyaki dessert shop in downtown Sapulpa, located at 24 E. Dewey Avenue.
“They can’t just change the rules and try to enforce something that has already been ruled on in court.”
Sapulpa’s first real comic shop is off to a great start: Aaron Witten says “it’s a market that needs it. People here, in Sand Springs, Bristow, Kellyville, they want to have a place to go.”
“We’ve never had a team like this one! This marks the eighth straight year we’ve trained at least one summer intern, the first time we’ve had four.” (The fourth one starts July 5th)
Thank you, Sapulpa and the surrounding communities, for coming out to see the drone show celebrating Independence Day. We loved giving back to the community and enjoyed coming together to celebrate this great nation!
“Jun is an outstanding architect. This great accomplishment demonstrates her talents and passion to follow through on her goals. She is a great member of our team!”
PLN Resort and Venue has partnered with Tulsa’s Glass Chapel to become known as Glass Chapel West, according to a statement on their Facebook Page last week.
The City Council unanimously approved a resolution on Monday, May 15th to form a committee to investigate and possibly start the process of creating a “tax increment district” in Sapulpa, as a way to reimburse the cost for certain projects happening within the downtown area, mostly those associated with the Downtown Master Plan.