A collision at the corner of Bryan and Linden shortly before noon on Tuesday resulted in an overturned SUV, according to officers at the scene.
It’s a new day for the Sapulpa Herald, the city’s longest-surviving newspaper—and its competitor, the Sapulpa Times.
The November 15 Board of Adjustments meeting held in the old ballroom of the Collins Building was standing-room only with a crowd of people opposing several requests for zoning variances. John Rogers applied for a special exception to allow a wedding venue/event center on land zoned agricultural at 18380 South 65th West Avenue, Mounds, Oklahoma….
Legal woes for the Town of Oilton have delayed property tax statements for Creek County property owners, as brought up during Monday, November 14th’s Board of County Commissioners meeting. According to Creek County Treasurer Don Engle, the town has a $40,000 judgment rendered against it resulting in a six-mill levy assessed on Oilton property owners…
Today’s Sapulpa Public Library, or the Bartlett-Carnegie Sapulpa Public Library, was was years in the making, and years of planning, and dreaming. It was even voted on, long before its opening day.
Lion President and District Attorney Max Cook introduced guest speaker, Lieutenant Richard Losurdo, Oklahoma Highway Patrol at the recent Lions Club meeting. Losurdo was presented with the Trilogy Award by the FBI Leadership Academy, holds an Oklahoma Law Enforcement Advanced Terrorism Certificate, obtained a Master of Arts degree in Homeland Security from American Military Acadamy,…
This family-friendly comedy about a production of the traditional “Christmas Carol” going haywire is sure to draw a crowd.
A number of Veterans Day celebrations happened on Friday, according to reports from all across town and several schools in the area.
This week in Sapulpa history, many visitors from across the state were attracted to the entertainment presented by Sapulpans. “Reports indicated the largest out-of-town crowd that has ever visited the city for an attraction such as the big Pageant.”
Some days, it can be a scramble to get a healthy dinner on the table due to sports practices, dance lessons, club meetings and other activities. Dinner time can be hectic without a plan.