Local grocery chain Price Mart has donated a check worth nearly $7,000 to Caring Community Friends, as part of a program to support the local food bank that began over the holiday season last year.
The boutique may be leaving the building within two weeks or less.
Dick’s On 66 is the latest casualty of the location that has seen more than its share of restaurants come and go in the last several years.
Despite the sweltering heat, more than 350 Chamber members turned out for this unique outdoor event.
Read the speech given about the couple that moved to Sapulpa in 1963 and built one of the leading pipe manufacturers in the world, and how they’ve had an amazing impact on our community.
Read the story of a local barber who’s been behind the chair in Sapulpa for 65 years!
Earlier in March, representatives from the Make Sense Foundation and SeneGence presented a $5,000 donation towards the building a new drill facility for the JROTC program.
Progress on the QuikTrip-owned MedWise Urgent Care is coming along nicely at the Rock Creek Shopping Center, located on Taft Ave near Main Street.
If you’ve ever wondered about what it would be like to rent out the historic mansion for a private party, now is your chance, and it may not be as expensive as you think.
The TeePee Drive-In, a longtime staple of classic Sapulpa nostalgia and famed Route 66 attraction, has been sold.
The fire started at around 10:00 PM last night and smoldered through the night and into the morning. “We’re lucky to still be standing,” the owner says.