Is there still a place for April Fools’ Day, in today’s world of 24/7 satire?
Those of us who grew up in the 1950s and 1960s lived under strict rules of behavior. One of those rules was our curfew.
Can wearing a medical face mask protect you against the new coronavirus? It’s a question many people are asking. The answer is rather complex and depends on what type of mask under investigation. The regular surgical masks that doctors and surgeons wear offers little, if any, protection against contracting the novel Coronavirus. These masks are […]
Blue Laws, like the one that’s up for a vote on Tuesday, have largely been repealed, but a handful of them still exist.
High school was a place where I was no longer a “little kid,” but that didn’t mean that there weren’t hijinks from time to time.
I am excited spring is around the corner. However, biting bugs aren’t so enjoyable. But what I dislike even more than critters are toxic chemicals. Blessedly for us, a Creek County couple makes controlling insects the natural way easy!
Hand sanitizers are effective against fungi and enveloped viruses, such as those that cause colds and flu, including the Coronavirus. But are you using them properly?
An updated version of the story that appeared in the February 2, 2020 issue of Sapulpa Times is bringing new facts about the spread and viability of the Coronavirus.
Read about the favorite pastime for a lot of people who grew up in Sapulpa, which included not only drag races for pink slips, but sports like “bushwacking.”
Before cell phones and the internet, the CB radio was sweeping the nation as the latest “fad.”