Special Interest

Sapulpa book Roll Out set for 66 Blowout

June 2, 2017

The book’s author is local writer Don Diehl who took on the project for the Sapulpa Historical Society. He said he had lots of help with the content but was unable to identify the four youngsters in the cover photo. But it does easily represent Sapulpa kids during the late 1940s.

Back to the Future: Signs of the Times Brings Back Iconic Old Sign

May 9, 2017

The building itself is full of history, but now owner Larry White has added another trophy to the shelf of preserved Sapulpa history—a sign that until recently, you could only see in old photos.

Celebrate Graduation Safely; Don’t Provide Alcohol to Minors

May 2, 2017

High school seniors across the country are studying for their final exams in preparation for graduation. Graduation is a big accomplishment, and will likely be followed by parties honoring the students. Oklahoma State University’s department of Prevention Programs wants to remind everyone to celebrate safely and follow the law by not providing alcohol to minors. […]

Three Steps for Financial Peace

April 11, 2017

April is Financial Literacy Month, and Jennifer Henagar from First United Bank has some great advice to share.

Letter to the Editor: “No Help” From Those That Represent Us

March 6, 2017

Editor’s Note: We’ve covered the Town Hall mentioned in this letter here. I attended Rep. Lucas’s Town Hall in Sapulpa last  Wednesday.  While we were appreciative of the Congressman’s visit, many of us are unhappy about  his representation of our issues.  That was well demonstrated during my request for some help from the Congressman in […]

Sapulpa Times articles now being indexed in Google News

December 19, 2016

Tulsa. Dallas. Jenks. Sand Springs. San Antonio. Even Saint Petersburg, Russia. And of course, Sapulpa, Oklahoma. These are the locations from which our readers are flocking to our stories over the last 30 days. While some of these locations make a lot of sense, and others leave us scratching our head (“why did Dallas account for 14% […]

Sapulpa Times Now Publishing in Apple’s News App

December 2, 2016

We already know how much you love to make Sapulpa Times a part of your regular Facebook routine, but now we’ve added another avenue for consuming your favorite local independent news source: Apple News. While we’ve always tried to connect with our audience through the channels they use most, they’ve always been Social Media channels such […]

Local Cafe Helps You Serve our Police, Veterans

November 18, 2016

If you’ve not had the chance to visit the newly-opened Route 66 Courthouse Cafe yet, I’d highly recommend you stop in. I was there for a quick breakfast late this morning, and though the food was good—but as the waitress said, “it’s hard to mess up toast and coffee”—it was the sign near the cash register […]

Sapulpa’s United Way Campaign hits the 70% mark

November 7, 2016

Sapulpa’s 2016 United Way Campaign is underway. Sapulpa campaign committee members established a goal of $293,000 to help the Tulsa Area United Way meet an overall goal of $24,873,000. This year’s campaign chairman is Vickie Beyer, and co-chair is Patty Hershberger. Each year, Sapulpa participates with the Tulsa Area United Way to raise money to […]

What to do with all your leftover Halloween candy and old costumes

November 2, 2016

Read a couple of great ideas for all that leftover candy, and how you can help folks in need by donating your old costumes.