As a precaution, some Sapulpa restaurants are taking the initiative to begin offering only drive-thru and carryout.
Oklahoma now stands at 17 cases of Coronavirus, and there have been 247 tested negative.
Here’s an updating list of what’s open, what’s closed and what’s postponed in and around Sapulpa because of the Coronavirus.
Get a better understanding of the Coronavirus, the symptoms, and how we should respond, from Dr. James Webb.
The public health forum is scheduled for Wednesday, March 11th at the Collins Ballroom, 317 E. Lee Street, Sapulpa, beginning at 5:30 pm.
The new season Cash Mob officially started in February, but it’s not too late to jump in. Here are the details and how to join! What is Cash Mob? Cash Mob is a group of shoppers dedicated to supporting our local downtown businesses. It’s an organization created by Sapulpa Main Street, and Main Street members […]
Sapulpa’s favorite event center has been sold and they’re auctioning off a prominent part of their collection to buyers, both online and off. Get details inside.
The traveling exhibit, on loan from the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City, is a fascinating combination of stories, photography, and audio, that tells about one of the darkest periods of time for the midwest—both literally and figuratively.
The Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper is an annual event that has occurred since the church’s inception 118 years ago.
Kellyville dads and daughters turned out on Saturday for the first of will hopefully become an ongoing tradition.