Lincoln and his grandparents got to be such frequent customers that it wasn’t long before the entire staff knew him by name, and looked forward to seeing him each week.
The decision comes as the County decides what to do with the regal event space that has since had its usability severely limited by the State Fire Marshal.
Concerns were raised about how it would impact the natural environment surrounding the area and the traffic on Highway 117.
The city council voted to reject the staff and project manager’s recommendation, leading to doubt about whether the project will finish in time for the Christmas Chute.
Early voting for the June 28 Primary Election begins Thursday at 8 a.m. Republican and Democratic primaries will take place, along with several nonpartisan elections in many counties.
There’s a ton of stuff happening in and around Sapulpa this weekend as we officially kick off the first full week of Summer, and here’s a look at what’s going on!
Associate Chief Medical Officer says “The St. Francis Family is devastated right now.”
The retired Sapulpa principal who wrote “When Hope Overcame the Impossible” is schedule to have a book signing at the LA Times Festival of Books on April 24th.
With Easter weekend coming up, a number of churches will be having Good Friday and Easter services.
Spring sports are in a mad dash for May! Lots going on for our Chieftains and so many different opportunities to come out and support all of our young men and women.