The Sapulpa Times spoke to several local repair businesses to find out how the pandemic has affected business and what precautions are they taking.
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Restaurants can continue to serve carryout and drive-through. See the full list of those affected.
CTX Coffee and Steak and Eggs are among the shops who made the decision to close their dine-in business. See the reason why inside.
A salon owner is expressing concern about balancing the recommendations of the CDC with wanting to keep her staff employed.
Sapulpa restaurants may be forced to close their dining areas completely. Some are in favor of it, and others are saying they’d never reopen.
J’s Country Kitchen has started a donation fund to help feed Kellyville seniors that are staying home because of the Coronavirus.
As a precaution, some Sapulpa restaurants are taking the initiative to begin offering only drive-thru and carryout.
From a homeless drug addict to being President of a million-dollar ministry; the owner of Rustic Furniture Saving Place is a building a ministry on helping others, and reducing waste.