Ascension St. John Sapulpa joined in on Tuesday evening for a prayer vigil for the frontline and hospital workers continuing to fight against COVID-19.
Truck drivers are a critical but often-overlooked part of our everyday lives. Learn more about what it’s like to be one.
While pleasantly serving lunch to anyone walking into Sapulpa’s American Legion Post 36 on Lee Ave. during Sapulpa’s Route 66 Blowout, Angela Foresman, its Commander, took time to remember her 9/11 day twenty years ago.
Looking for things for your kids to do that aren’t tied to school? Here are a few options for non-school-sponsored extracurricular activities.
Though she’d made good grades and worked hard, Madison and her mother still weren’t sure how to make college work. When the news came that she’d been selected, she could hardly believe it.
Gus Oliver has the largest known collection of Oklahoma license plates in the world, with 2,000 plates in his personal collection, over 25,000 plates for sale.
Exploring the causes and effects of the shortages facing ambulance services across the country.
Congratulations to Leona Crowl and Tina Willibey for their recognition of their performance on Advanced Placement® Exams!
Sapulpa firefighters were able to extinguish a fire in a vehicle about 7:50 am on Monday morning, but not before the truck was fully engulfed.
Thanks to all of you who submitted your photos! We chose 23 of our favorites for the special Back to School Page in the Sunday paper!