Places

“God Always Makes a Way”

By Lottie Wilds / March 4, 2019

Calvary Baptist Church condemned by city, will be torn down to rebuild.

City of Sapulpa still unable to accept electronic payments, but bills are now being processed

By Micah Choquette / November 13, 2017

Ten days after the network failure that brought down the city’s billing and electronic payments system, where are we?

VIDEO: Church unveils brand new colorful playground

By Micah Choquette / October 17, 2017

Unity Park features a commercial-grade playground area with artificial turf and two pavilions. See the video inside for a great aerial view.

Bristow Veterinary Clinic: A Life in Practice

By Community Submission / January 23, 2017

A veterinarian is more than just a singular title. Veterinarians are dentists, urologist, dietitians, surgeons, psychiatrists, and so much more for the ones that can’t even tell us what is wrong. Those that do this line of work are great blessings in small communities. After learning the story, and visiting the Bristow Veterinarian Clinic I…

66-foot-tall vintage-inspired gas pump nears completion at Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum

By Micah Choquette / October 8, 2016

A new 66-foot-tall vintage-inspired gas pump is about to be added to the long list of eye-catching attractions along Route 66 in Oklahoma. The Heart of Route Auto Museum is nearing completion of its 66-foot-tall vintage-inspired gas pump. Sponsored by American Heritage Bank, the gas pump will help draw visitors to the museum, a 10,000-square-foot…

International Skin Care Company taps Sapulpa for massive expansion

By Don Diehl / September 19, 2016

SeneGence International has acquired 226 acres just west of the new OG&E facility on Highway 33 to build its Midwest Distribution Plant and other facilities. SeneGence International is a multi-million dollar company with holdings in California, Canada and Australia. It bought the acreage for $1.5 million outright from the Creek County Industrial Authority. Chairman Greg…

Whimsical Willow Boutique is bringing upscale downtown

By Micah Choquette / September 3, 2016

[foogallery id=”2325″]   Even if you haven’t met the Mathesons, you probably know the name. They own the building on Main Street where Mark Matheson houses his law practice while his wife Donya runs Dynamic Recruiting directly below. Now their daughter Macy is entering the entrepreneurial foray with the opening of her own upscale clothing…

New Sonic on historic corner could open as early as October

By Don Diehl / August 26, 2016

The old Sapulpa Fire Station No. 2 building and the Taco Mayo were leveled by the weekend and by midweek most of the remains hauled away. The historic lot on the southwest corner of Mission and Dewey and the one immediate west are being prepared for construction of a new Sonic Drive-In restaurant. Larkin Bookkeeping…

Oklahoma 100-mile Yard Sale Tour is going on now, Saturday

By Micah Choquette / May 6, 2016

The Sixth Annual 100-Mile Yard Sale Tour is going on today, from 8am, through tomorrow until 8pm. It’s a collection of regional towns holding their city-wide garage sales on the same weekend for a greater effect and to welcome visitors. We’ve collected a printable map of the official sales going on in Sapulpa. You can…

Wells Building Packed Full of History

By Don Diehl / May 2, 2016

Besides the 32 apartments and their occupants, the Wells Building at 208-210 East Dewey (Route 66) in Historic Downtown Sapulpa contains a lot of local history—oil history, black history, native American history, business history—bank and lawyer history. According to records and articles on file at the Sapulpa Historical Museum, the Wells Building, originally the Clayton…

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