Learn about the man who helped shape Sapulpa into the community it has become, through a tireless passion to increase the quality of life for its citizens.
Dr. Chris Chenoweth, OD, has purchased Vision Source Sapulpa from Drs. Larry Higgs and Dennis Morris. The optometry office, at 17 South Oak Street, is now part of Chenoweth Eye Center.
Officials estimate approximately 20,000 people show up for opening night, including Governor Stitt and Lt. Governor Pinnell. See the photos!
Two men with strong Sapulpa ties have been inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.
On Wednesday of this week, the City of Sapulpa sold another $6.3 million of the $40.235 million GO Bond package passed in January of 2022, bringing the total amount of drawn-down funds to $27.05M, or about 67%.
The SPS Board of Education unanimously approved awarding architectural services related to the design, bidding, and construction of the new Junior/Senior High School project at last week’s BOE meeting.
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Sixty years ago, Willie Garvin came to Sapulpa for a short visit. She never left, and her impact on the community has been felt deeply.
The annual fiscal “Performeter” evaluation determined Sapulpa’s financial position between “satisfactory” and “excellent.”
See the photos from the Creek County Master Gardeners tour, this year, featuring actual artists as part of the presentation.