Jon, a California transplant to Sapulpa, talks about driving his 1951 Bullet Nose Studebaker from California to St. Louis.
Learn more about how this dance team has evolved over fifty years from simply fostering school spirit to becoming a core part of SHS athletics.
Big Blue Band wins first, plus a look at what’s coming up this week in sports!
Get to know some of the men and women who carry your mail through your neighborhood, day in and day out, regardless of the weather.
“We don’t want to be a Walmart or Walgreens. We want to know everyone that comes in the door.”
Ascension St. John in Sapulpa will have luminarias (which include flyers that can be placed in a window of your home, business or vehicle), blue ribbons, and glow sticks for community members to take home.
Read the story of how 9/11 changed the trajectory of one man’s life, in this first in a series of “honoring our everyday heroes”
For many of our perennial plants, fall is the time to transplant and/or divide. Spending time in an iris bed now will encourage the blooms that brighten an April garden.
The Sapulpa Chieftains beat a young Class 6AII Bartlesville Bruins team 34-14 to extend its record to 2-1 going into its bye week.
Donna is an art teacher and camp director who believes in “the power of yet.” See more on what this means inside.