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June 28, 2017

Archives for July 2016

Bills to pay; and other numbers of Luther

The consent agenda for the Town of Luther’s July meeting included the following list of invoices to be paid. Some of the numbers are combined by The Luther Register for brevity and denoted with a “*”, but otherwise are listed as the Town Trustees see them at the meeting, apparently for the first time. As

Haywood caught in Tahlequah

While Tyler Muck’s family celebrated his short life during a memorial service at Luther High School Auditorium Saturday morning, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department released more information about the capture of Muck’s alleged killer. Sheriff’s spokesman Mark Opgrande said that William Haywood, 26, was arrested Friday, July 15, by Cherokee County deputies. Another person, Patience Vaughn, 26, was

Haywood in Custody

The suspect in the death of 22-year-old Tyler Muck is in custody. William Haywood, five days short of his 26th birthday, was booked tonight at 7:30 into the Oklahoma County jail on a count of first degree murder after eluding authorities all week. Muck was shot early Monday morning at his home at 17411 NE 234th Street

Bake Sale for Cheer

UPDATE: the Thursday night bake sale has been cancelled. Stay tuned to find out how you can support Little Luther Lions’ cheer.   Good news. Breakfast is covered on Monday morning. And you can support a great cause. The Luther Lions Youth Cheerleaders will be having one of two bake sales on Monday, July 18, at

Multicounty Grandy Jury Returns Indictments

This following is from a news release from the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office, not necessarily involving Luther, but is of general interest to Oklahomans. Oklahoma Multicounty Grand Jury issues final report OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Scott Pruitt on Thursday announced an indictment against a former Oklahoma legislator on charges of embezzlement. Terry J. Matlock, a regent for the

Oklahoma Prison Death at MACC

This is a news release “copied and pasted” from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 14, 2016 Facility Disturbance Results in One Death STRINGTOWN – An incident overnight at the Mack Alford Correctional Center (MACC) has resulted in the death of inmate Gregory Smith. At approximately 9:30 p.m. four inmates began fighting using homemade knives

Business Directory Reboot

Confession. I don’t know what I’m doing. (Warning – this post is part whine and part lecture and part asking for help!) I know news! I could write it all day everyday. Everything is a story. Everyone has a story! The list of stories to dig into about our neighbors and our town is long, and

The cost of an election

The Oklahoma Election Board Secretary said that a special election in Luther would cost up to $3,000 “on the high end.” Secretary Doug Sanderson said several factors could lower that cost, such as joining another election already planned, if the Town of Luther pursued an election to fill a vacant board seat. At the July

Impasse: No New Luther Town Trustee

The four Trustees of the Luther Town Board could not agree Tuesday night on who to select to fill a vacancy on the board. Two “candidates” put in their names for consideration: Mike McClure and Andy McDaniels. A third person, Ron Johnson, did not attend the meeting. McClure told the board he had 37 years of

Sheriff asks for help in Luther death

Oklahoma County authorities say that William Haywood (dob 7.20.90) is a person of interest in the Monday morning death of Tyler Muck of Luther. Muck, authorities say, was killed at his home at 17411 NE 234th Street in Luther. Lt. Charles Avery said according to witness statements Muck was arguing with a female who is

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