Daniel’s consistent application gave Sapulpa one of the best flower programs in the state this season—a feat made even more outstanding given the severity of the drought that the county has dealt with over the summer.
Sapulpa Times hit the Christmas Chute to ask people who were out and about in our fair city, “What are you thankful for?” Here’s what they had to say.
“Thy Lordship” is a feature-length independent arthouse film being developed by writer, director, and editor D.C. Casto and a small team of Sapulpans.
Private Second Class Raffensparger was selected with the great honor and privilege of performing in the Veteran’s Day parade at Ft. Drum, N.Y. as a rifleman in the honor guard.
Learn about the man who helped shape Sapulpa into the community it has become, through a tireless passion to increase the quality of life for its citizens.
Sapulpa is one of only three high schools in the state with a Marine Corps JROTC program. Throughout Major Swepston’s tenure, cadets trained outdoors regardless of heat, rain, wind, ice, or snow.
Kellyville alumni James Robert Webb, who splits his time between being a doctor and a country music artist, still finds time to pay tribute to the place where he planted his musical roots, and in fact, he uses his talents to do so.
The house at 16525 W. Teel Road looks a lot like the other houses in the area—until the sun goes down.
Senior Daniah Blation was crowned Sapulpa’s 2022 Football Homecoming Court, prior to the game against the Memorial Chargers.
A group of busy Watsons living in Sapulpa stormed both the County and Tulsa State Fair with their photos and an army of chickens and left with a menagerie of colored ribbons representing Sapulpa and the Creek County 4-H club.