Do You Remember
During George Brite’s thirty-four-year tenure at SPS, many of his students went on to become accomplished and widely-acclaimed musicians, conductors, and high school band directors.
Before Reasor’s Rewards or Warehouse Market’s blue Magic Coins, there was S&H Green Stamps.
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.
Blue Laws, like the one that’s up for a vote on Tuesday, have largely been repealed, but a handful of them still exist.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.
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.”
One of the most prolific country and western singers of all time got his start right here in Sapulpa!
The building that now houses the Sapulpa Historical Society Museum has been important to Sapulpa since the very beginning.