During World War I, many images of the war, such as the battles, war bonds ads, soldiers, military vehicles, vessels, and weaponry were showcased throughout every newspaper in the nation, including Sapulpa’s own papers.
“It appears everybody made it out of their terrible collision alive and safe.”
The southern part of Creek County is categorized as an “extreme” drought condition, and the rest of the county is in a “severe” drought condition.
For the second year in a row, the Sapulpa Chamber held it’s annual banquet in the middle of Historic Route 66. This year, it included some memorable changes to its awards.
Before we were the Chieftains, Sapulpa was known by several names, most prominently, the Outlaws. What led to the change?
Sapulpa Arts & Humanities Foundation held its 35th Annual Art Show on Saturday, September 10th with more than 100 pieces of art created by artists of all ages. See the winners!
Nobody does a car show like Sapulpa—and Sapulpa Main Street’s 33rd Annual Route 66 Blowout was amazing! See the photos!
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Johnson and Johnson tentatively agreed earlier this year to a $26 billion settlement in response to lawsuits from 3,000 state and local governments. The bulk of the monies received is to be used for addiction research and treatment.
Sapulpa police have confirmed a deceased man was found in his car in the parking lot adjacent to Sapulpa’s “Guardian of the Plains” buffalo statue on Tuesday evening.