A temporary stoplight will stretch across Luther Road where it crosses the bridge over the Turner Turnpike to keep the road open during road work. When work begins on Monday, the road will not be closed, says Brian Jasper, Superintendent, Oklahoma County District One. A sign on Luther Road alerting motorists of the upcoming work raised
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I don’t get to do a lot of fun and exciting things from the bench … this gives me great joy to know there are people out there who will take care of the people in this county. Thank you very much. I really respect what you do. You have another member of your family. Congratulations,” said Judge Duel.
The School Board Agenda posted for Monday night’s meeting, confirming another clue about the rumor circulating that Superintendent Sheldon Buxton is tendering his resignation. Read the full agenda here. No comment yet from Dr. Buxton about what his future plans might be, a reflection of his time leading the district or when his resignation might be effective.
The funeral for Tony Taylor will be Thursday at 6 pm at Wilshire Church of Christ, 400 E Wilshire, Oklahoma City. Taylor, 48, succumbed during a house fire at his home on SW Seventh Street and Dogwood in Luther. The cause of the overnight fire remains under investigation. His wife, Juanita, escaped from the home
Unspeakable loss and grief hit a Luther family this morning when a house fire claimed the life of Tony Taylor, 48. The fire began at 2 am Tuesday morning at his home at Seventh and Dogwood in Luther. His wife, Juanita, was treated and released for smoke inhalation and is staying with friends. Longtime residents
An early Tuesday morning fire in the Town of Luther claimed the life of one man, and sent his wife to the hospital treatment for smoke inhalation. Fire Chief Jason Miller said the fire began around 2 am at the single story home on Seventh Street at the corner of Dogwood. He also said it
Monday of this week started off fun for 40 Luther elementary students and a host of teachers and volunteers who all rode the bus to an Edmond shoe store to shop. Here’s a video recap of the event. A Monday morning field trip to Payless Shoes in Edmond allowed 40 Luther elementary students to select
It’s that time of year again, school board candidate filing time. This year, the seat held by School Board President Matt Mohr is open. Mohr has not told The Luther Register whether he intends to file for re-election. However, we will find out this week who will be on the ballot as the filing period opens
An Alcoholics Anonymous meeting will be held on Friday evenings at 7:05 in the second floor studio at the 116 Main Street Building in Luther, above the 116 Farmstead, Market and Table. The hourlong closed meeting is for anyone who struggles with drinking. AA’s stated “primary purpose” is to help alcoholics “stay sober and help