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October 18, 2017

Archives for November 2015

Special Town Meeting

Word comes today from Town Clerk Laura McCuddy that ANOTHER Special Meeting of the Town Board has been called. Monday, November 30, 2015 7 pm Luther Community Building, 18120 E. Hogback Road  

Quorum No Quorum

Another meeting that wasn’t. A Special Meeting for the Town of Luther was called for Monday night. This meeting didn’t even progress as long as the last one that abruptly adjourned after three board members voted to fire the town attorney and acting Mayor Lea Ann Jackson deemed the meeting could not continue without legal representation. Tonight, only

Board Meeting Recap

A Luther School Board  of four members approved a 2015-2016 budget at a Special Meeting Thursday night. Even though Superintendent Sheldon Buxton had asked for authorization to spend less money in his proposed budget, the board okayed a budget based on an auditor approved Estimate of Needs. “Last meeting … perhaps I did a poor job

Budget Deadline

The Luther School Board meets tonight in a special meeting. The goal is to leave the meeting with an approved budget. Or else. Or else the bills won’t be paid come December.  Including paychecks. Luther Public Schools policy is to approve a budget from November to November. Tick tock. The same budget item failed during

Happy Birthday Oklahoma

It’s Oklahoma’s 108th Birthday. Back at Statehood, the “original” Luther Register newspaper kept its readers informed of the news of the day – plus advertisements for some four CENT calicos and lots of remedies for stomach ailments. A search through the newspaper’s archives from The Oklahoma Historical Society uncovered this gem from 107 years ago. From The

The March to a Championship

Twelve seconds into the first game of the playoffs and the Luther Lions SCORED. And so it went Friday night. Score, fire truck lights and sirens, band and cheerleaders lead the fight song, and the crowd goes wild. REPEAT. The undefeated Lions routed the Alva Goldbugs. FINAL SCORE: 49-12. The Lions HOST Kingston for Friday Night Lights

School Board Chairman Resigns

Luther Board of Education Chairman Aaron Bachhofer has resigned, as confirmed by Superintendent Sheldon Buxton in a brief statement:   I was notified by Aaron on Tuesday following the board meeting on Monday via e-mail.  I have not submitted his letter of resignation to the board for their action at this point.   I would have

Luther v Alva

It’s football play-off time. The Luther Lions host the Alva Goldbugs Friday night (7:30) at HOME for Round One of the OSSAA Class 2A play-offs.   The Lions head into the playoffs with a perfect regular season of 10-0, while Alva’s record is 5-5. Click here for a look at the 2A Bracket. And Max Prep has

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