Local Businesses

Sapulpa’s oldest surviving building is set to become lofts after being purchased by Tulsa Investment firm

September 5, 2019

The Tyler building, built in 1901, was sold to a Tulsa firm with plans to turn it into lofts.

A misunderstanding at Sapulpa Walgreens leads to evacuation

August 24, 2019

A misunderstanding involving a canister and the smell of gasoline led to Walgreens being evacuated.

Looks like that train that goes from OKC through Sapulpa and into Tulsa is definitely not happening

August 13, 2019

A long-awaited chance to take a trip from Tulsa to OKC by train appears to have made it’s final stop. Details inside, plus photos and videos of the trial runs!

Sapulpa’s iconic Burnett Mansion is now home to the Make Sense Foundation

August 12, 2019

Learn more about the history of this Sapulpa treasure, and the plans that SeneGence international has for the foundation’s new home.

Local Business Updates: Water Street Tattoo, and…a new ice cream shop in Sapulpa?

June 17, 2019

Something special is happening here, but it may be awhile before we’re allowed to tell you all about it.

GiGi’s Gourmet Popcorn looking to become a Sapulpa destination

June 15, 2019

Learn everything you need to know about this local gourmet popcorn shop—including when they’re expecting to open.

Rebecca LaFevers teams up with Youth Services of Creek County in Quotes for Good

April 20, 2019

Rebecca LaFevers State Farm is hosting their second “Quotes for Good” Campaign. After an online vote, Youth Services of Creek County will be the beneficiary for the month of April. The program asks online followers via Facebook to comment on their favorite non-profit charity. Whichever organization gets the most comments will be the beneficiary of […]

Five Medical Marijuana Sites Approved

March 30, 2019

Special Use Permits have been approved for three new dispensaries, a grow site, and a processing facility.

“Charlie’s Tees” sells what it says…and more

February 3, 2019

Co-Owner Mike Naifeh owned the Pop Shoppe just down the street from Charlie’s for 42 years. Retirement doesn’t suit him.

Bart Bartlett wins “Citizen of the Year” at the Annual Chamber Banquet

January 30, 2019

Plus, see photos of this year’s Board Member of the Year and Corporate Partner of the Year.