Do You Remember
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.
What was life like for kids before internet? Well they had all kinds of toys to choose from, most of which did not require batteries.
Read about the family that created a legacy and “store the city could be proud of.”
These 14 retro TV commercials will have you longing for the old days…or wondering, “what were they thinking?”
In an awful coincidence, the day after we published this story in our Print Edition, two separate EF1 tornadoes descended onto Sapulpa.
Growing up during the Cold War era gave way to some interesting experiences during elementary school.
I spent many long hours doing homework and term papers at a place you might remember…the library.
The gas stations of yesteryear are a far cry from the convenience stores of today. Do you remember the gas wars?
The Sapulpa Administrator was instrumental in integrating Sapulpa Schools in the 1960s.
I am highlighting my father’s business since he recently had the 43rd anniversary of his death. I am writing this column as homage to my father and his business. Dad opened the store in 1951 under the name of “American Salvage Store,” at 4 N. Main, the vacant lot next to the Young Law Office.…