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August 22, 2017

Archives for September 2016

Spending, Accusing and Other Town Board Actions

So I think its important to be noted, and they don’t really have a choice now than to legitimize the decision one member made because they cant just take the money back. It doesn’t matter if you vote to approve it or not. It’s done. I would urge you not to. That person should face whatever choices they’ve made,” said Paine.

A Showdown at the Supreme Court

An attorney challenging the constitutionality of how the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority funds its turnpikes gets his day in court tomorrow. Another group wants its say as well before the Oklahoma Surpreme Court. High Court Referee Daniel Karim is scheduled to hear the case Tuesday, September 20 at 10:30 am. Attorney Jerry Fent, who lists himself as

Rural Transportation (not for Luther)

Editor’s note: this news release from ODOT came in today. While it doesn’t affect Luther it leads to the question of whether our community could benefit from public transportation. Could it?  New buses drive rural transit to the future  Two federal grants are coming to Oklahoma to make public transit services safer, more accessible and

A Happy Ending

Jay Cross is home. He was reunited with his family overnight Sunday, after appearing at an Oklahoma City shelter. The 17-year-old boy Luther High School student, described as having Autism, went missing Saturday around 4 pm right before intense thunderstorms moved through the area. The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s office led the search, and for many

Active Search for Missing Boy south of Luther

The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office is leading a search for a missing Jones boy. From the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page: Jay Cross was last seen Saturday around 4pm near his home in the area of Britton and Peebly Roads. Jay is 17 years old has autism. Deputies, members of the Reserve Mounted Patrol Division

WEEK 4: For the Win against Chandler

photos and story by Sydney Scheer The mojo is BACK! In Friday night’s battle battle of the Lions—the Luther Lions crashed the Chandler Lions’ homecoming. The defense was tight, and the offense was pumped for a win. Luther takes their record to 3-1 in week four of regular season. To start the game off, #84 Jordan Downs

The Town Meeting and a Meet & Greet

It’s the morning after the Luther Town Board meeting for September. No story. Yet. There’s plenty to write about. The Periscope broadcast is being transcribed to aid in attributing quotes. There were up to 126 viewers of the meeting, and is recorded for anyone to view. Meantime, The Luther Business Meet & Greet is tonight

4H & FFA Have Your Dinner Thursday night

Luther FFA “Back to School” cookout is Thursday 6-8pm at the Ag Building! Come enjoy a hot dog or hamburger and some ice cream sponsored by the 4H & FFA Booster Club! #agislife #mytown 🍔🌭🍨🍦 This will also be an opportunity for 4H members to register for the year. Booster club members will be there

Lower Enrollment, but not that low

Before the Luther School Board meeting Monday night, Elementary Principal Sheila Wilson asked new High School Principal Jerry Martin how his first week went. “It’s a good start!” he said. “They are a great bunch of kids.” “Aren’t they?” said Mrs. Wilson. He went on to say the students were quiet and respectful and he

Meeting Week: School, Town & Networking

It’s POWER week for Luther. Monday is the School Board meeting. Tuesday is the Town Board. And Wednesday is The Luther Register Business Meet & Greet. There’s no agenda required for that one. Just networking and starting a conversation among business owners and neighbors. Please come. As for the School Board. Click here for the agenda. And

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