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Vacancy: Town loses Clerk, again

The Town Board meets Tuesday night. One agenda is sure to be what to do about the vacancy in the office. For the third time in as many years, the town has lost its office manager/town clerk/treasurer. Laura McCuddy gave it all she had for about ten months before abruptly quitting. The previous person in

Capitol Rally to Protest Turnpike

While Oklahoma lawmakers hash out bills and figure out how to live within the state’s ever-dwindling revenue inside the capitol, the groups fighting the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority’s Eastern Oklahoma Loop will take their protest outside for a rally on March 16. The rally scheduled during most school’s Spring Break week is designed not only to fight the

ODOT Public Meeting

If you’ve travelled along Highway 66 the last few days, you’ve noticed that the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) wants you to know there’s a public hearing on Tuesday night to discuss plans to work on the road. They have two electronic signs – one in Luther going west, and one by Pops coming east

Bond Reduction Denied

The former Luther band teacher’s attempt to get his  $200,000 bond reduced was denied in Oklahoma County District Court this morning. Judge Glenn Jones denied the bond reduction saying it was because of the nature of the allegations involving a charge of first degree rape of a 12-year-old student, to protect the community, and the

College Bound

They’re going places. But that doesn’t mean Maurice Wright and Dwayne Rhodes won’t leave part of their hearts at home. At their senior year winds down at Luther High School, the star athletes recently signed to play football for separate NCAA Division II Oklahoma universities in the fall. Maurice Wright is headed to his Coach’s

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