This family-friendly comedy about a production of the traditional “Christmas Carol” going haywire is sure to draw a crowd.
The Lions Club recently had Pam Timmons from Hough Ear Institute as a guest speaker at their lunch meeting.
The County is looking to index roughly 438,000 records—some of which are over 100 years old.
Here’s what happened at county meetings during the week of October 31st – November 4th.
The rain (with more on the way) looks to have been enough to extinguish the burn ban—for now.
From a football field, to an elementary school…how did Holmes Field get its name?
STEAM Con is coming up on Saturday! Here are the details on what’s happening, and how to get involved!
This week, the building that we all refer to as the Sapulpa Herald building is scheduled to be torn down. Here is a look at the past and the significance the building at 16 South Park St has had in the town’s history.
During World War I, many images of the war, such as the battles, war bonds ads, soldiers, military vehicles, vessels, and weaponry were showcased throughout every newspaper in the nation, including Sapulpa’s own papers.
“It appears everybody made it out of their terrible collision alive and safe.”