Local Businesses

The Make Sense Foundation® Supports Sapulpa High Marine Corps

April 8, 2021

Earlier in March, representatives from the Make Sense Foundation and SeneGence presented a $5,000 donation towards the building a new drill facility for the JROTC program.

MedWise is moving in soon

April 6, 2021

Progress on the QuikTrip-owned MedWise Urgent Care is coming along nicely at the Rock Creek Shopping Center, located on Taft Ave near Main Street.

Photos: Burnett Mansion now booking private events for spring, summer

March 24, 2021

If you’ve ever wondered about what it would be like to rent out the historic mansion for a private party, now is your chance, and it may not be as expensive as you think.

TeePee Drive-In has been sold, may open by summer 2021

March 8, 2021

The TeePee Drive-In, a longtime staple of classic Sapulpa nostalgia and famed Route 66 attraction, has been sold.

Overnight fire at Patriot Café; restaurant will close for at least a week

February 23, 2021

The fire started at around 10:00 PM last night and smoldered through the night and into the morning. “We’re lucky to still be standing,” the owner says.

Make Sense Foundation announces Kendra McColloch as new executive director

February 12, 2021

Kendra joined SeneGence in December 2020 and focuses on raising awareness and support for the MSF through social media, connecting with partner agencies, liaising with company distributors, and hosting fundraisers.

Highly anticipated South Main food truck park to open by summer

February 11, 2021

“For Sapulpa residents who are wondering when the Food Truck Park will be opening, the answer is soon!”

Sapulpa Car-Mart included in sale of 19 locations in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas

February 4, 2021

The sale of 19 of America’s Car-Mart Inc. properties across three states includes the Sapulpa location, according to a report out of Arkansas.

New Red Bison Cannabis dispensary holds successful and busy grand opening

February 3, 2021

Local 3rd-generation businessman and restaurateur Chad Cacy and his business partner Tammi Reed-Barnett, a mental health first aid responder, have opened the Red Bison Cannabis medical marijuana dispensary at 1195 New Sapulpa Road (on the east side of Mission, in the strip center just south of La Margarita).

Green Hill responds to allegations from grieving family over damaged headstone

January 21, 2021

Green Hill owner Tom Dugan told Sapulpa Times the headstone was already damaged when it was delivered by a third-party.