Though Oklahoma was isn’t in the path of totality for the first eclipse to pass the continental U.S. in 99 years, it didn’t mean that we didn’t get to enjoy it.
Just launched in June, SapulpaJobs.com introduces new features for employers and job seekers, and will be updating their pricing model to continue making improvements and providing customer support.
After having a full year to work with his team, he’s saying they’re stronger and faster, and expects this season’s win-loss record to reflect that.
Read this short letter to the editor on one person’s thoughts on what to do about the property that’s available west of town by the new gas pump attraction for the Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum.
As part of an ongoing effort to keep the community informed of local events that support Sapulpa’s businesses and organizations, Sapulpa Times has shifted it’s Facebook marketing strategy from a “Share our stuff all the time” approach to more of a shotgun method that promotes the events of our town and surrounding communities. The response has…
In a Facebook post, B&B Sapulpa said plans also included installing self-serve soda fountains and butter machines, which should make for shorter lines at the concession stands.
When we first learned that Mission Street Tattoo would be moving from the location it’s held for years, it wasn’t under the best of terms. The beloved studio owned by community-activists Brandon and Brooke Mull was facing the third rent increase in four years, and it was getting to be untenable. Mull says they were…
Editor’s Note: Just moments after we published this letter, someone wrote in to tell us that the writer is referring to Municipal court, not District or State court, where payment plans are indeed allowed. — A couple of weeks ago, I was pulled over on Hickory street, and I received tickets for my cars tag being…
a one-day Folk Festival at Kelly Lane Park featuring contemporary Folk Artists Annie Oakley, 11 a.m. to Noon; Chris Blevins, 1 to 2 p.m.; O’Fidelis, 3 to 4 p.m.; Zach Winters Band, 5 to 6 p.m.; and the Justin Joslin Band, 7 to 8 p.m.
The victim’s grandmother discovered this information while looking through text messages on her daughters cell phone and promptly reported what she found to the Osage County Sheriff’s Office.