Ben Sumner, who lived in Sapulpa and went to Lone Star, has grown up with a deep and abiding love for vintage Christmas. Now his passion is going to be seen by the world next week as he competes in The Great Christmas Light Fight.
“It was one of those things where you hear it and feel it at the same time.”
The day after City Council voted 6-4 to pass a city-wide mask mandate, a local citizen started a petition with the objective of reversing the decision and bringing it to a vote of the people.
Recently retired Judge Rick Woolery, is among those honored last week during the Oklahoma Bar Association’s 116th Annual Meeting.
The Salvation Army Boys and Girls club is starting a Sapulpa Music Club with help from a grant and being taught by a local graduate who has dedicated her life to Music, Theatre and teaching children the beauty of the arts.
“Does Sapulpa have room for two theatres?” We believe it does.” Read our conversation with the group’s president about what this new troupe could bring to Sapulpa.
In the span of six hours, Avery raised $447.76 toward “feeding the police a healthy lunch.”
As COVID-19 swept the nation, many found themselves in the same predicament 18-year-old Carter Newcomb did: stuck at home and bored out of their skull.
Wednesday afternoon, Sapulpa and Kellyville Fire Departments responded to a call that a black car had wrecked and caught fire, trapping the driver inside.
Roger D. Hudson, the longtime owner of Hudson Plumbing, has died, a family member confirmed with Sapulpa Times today. He was 65.