As Sapulpa begins a new direction with a bright future, it’s time to address a commonality that plagues our downtown businesses: closing time.
One of the most prolific country and western singers of all time got his start right here in Sapulpa!
Healthy oils and vinegar should be an important part of our diet. Virgin olive oil is believed to help reduce high blood pressure, improve brain function, promote healthy skin and nails and so much more! This versatile oil can be used for cooking, baking, and salad dressings. Balsamic vinegar is believed to aid in digestion, […]
The building that now houses the Sapulpa Historical Society Museum has been important to Sapulpa since the very beginning.
The I.O.O.F. building now sits empty, but used to be known as “the best location in town.”
Ocean acidification has the potential to cause widespread changes in the marine ecosystem which may eventually disrupt the ocean goods and services that we depend on.
Last week was mental health awareness week and I have been contemplating this subject from a natural perspective. Research suggests there are tens of millions of Americans suffering from a mental illness while only half receive treatment. Mental illnesses should be taken just as seriously as a physical ailment. In fact, physical, emotional and mental […]
What started as a Masonic Lodge eventually became the office building for various Creek County Officers, and was remodeled using an inmate labor program.
Read this fantastic story about the downtown Sapulpa building who’s owner had such a terrible reputation that they renamed it after he sold it.
Brooke talks about the importance of speaking out about your rights, freedoms and beliefs, and of registering to vote.