Severe weather held off just long enough for folks to enjoy the lighting of the Tree of Hope and everything the Lights On! ceremony had to offer.
State and local health departments encourage families to stay safe, avoid large gatherings and follow CDC guidelines.
Carriage rides, live window displays, and a special visit from Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell will headline tonight’s “Lights On!” event at 5:30p.
In the span of one week, the number of “red zone” zip codes in Tulsa county has nearly doubled to 35. Sapulpa is included in this report.
Another business that fits nostalgic Route 66 is set to open next month on the famed Route in […]
Tulsa Boys Home is just north of Sapulpa and Creek County, within the city limits of Sand Springs, […]
The Creek County Democratic Party will hold its next meeting Thursday, August 20, at Mazzio’s, in Bristow, 710 N. […]
All fishing slow at Heyburn, Sahoma and Pretty Water. All three slightly above normal level. Water temps 85-91. Chandler: […]
The Sapulpa Community Theatre will host auditions for the upcoming production of Wait Until Dark at 2 p.m. Saturday, […]
ROAD SCHOLARS — Nine Creek County employees from District 2 including the commissioner himself, have been certified as “Road […]
The famous and historic TeePee Drive-in Theatre of Sapulpa is back on the market, and Steve Cox, a […]
Still looking for a neat summer camp experience for the kiddos? Here’s an idea we ran across on […]
Bradd Brose, left, Sapulpa Rotary president completed his term of office on Tuesday and passed the gavel to […]
On Tuesday following the Sapulpa Rotary Club meeting, I introduced my granddaughter Harmony to a “member of the […]