A church youth group from Tennessee found a treasure in Luther as they were cleaning up the burned-out house of the Taylor family. The fire last December at the home at Seventh and Dogwood claimed the life of Tony Taylor. The youth group from Hartsville Pike Church of Christ, near Nashville, volunteered to spend their
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Tuesday is the day for the Luther Register’s first candidate forum. To become better informed neighbors and voters, we have organized this event to bring together the candidates to network and present their ideas and plans for our Town. After a social time where everyone can grab a small bite and refreshment, we’ll get started
Batter up. It’s time to play ball. The Luther Lions have been on the diamond for a couple of weeks now, but the middle school and high school have their first combined home games on Monday, March 20 against Prague. The middle school is at 4:30 pm and the high school is at 6:30 pm.
Unofficial reports blame a spark from a lawnmower on a pasture in north Luther for spreading about a 40-acre blaze Saturday afternoon off Luther Road between Simmons and Charter Oak in Logan County. The heavy smoke and wind worried neighbors but volunteer crews from Woodcrest, Luther and Sooner got the spread under control. Unfortunately,
Tuesday’s Town Board Meeting in Luther resulted in a number of decisions, and brought up a lot of questions. Here’s a brief rundown on some decisions: Hired Office Coordinator and Court Clerk Tabled – the Bank and Town Hall Swap offer. When the issue was first brought up back in January, the trustees agreed “to move forward
The last Town of Luther Regular Meeting before the pivotal April 4 election is Tuesday night. When the agenda posted Monday evening, the items brought up many questions, including concerns from the former mayor. The public meeting will be held Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at 7:00 pm at the Luther Community Building, 18120 E Hogback Road.
For any qualified Luther School District resident interested in being appointed to a one-year term on the school board, here is a provided application from the Oklahoma State School Boards Association. Download the application that provides a way for applicants to show qualifications and requires a notary signature: BBB-E3. According to School Board President Steve Broudy,
As the 2017 municipal election for Luther Town Trustees nears, The Luther Register is teaming up with Broken Horn Ranch Events Center and other sponsors to host a candidate forum. Luther Town Trustee Candidate Forum Tuesday, March 21, 2017 5:30 pm – Reception 6:15 pm – Candidate Forum Broken Horn Ranch Events Center 19680 North
Jack Edmunson is going to “let it fly” this last year of his home-school high school baseball career. The 18-year-old Luther resident, the son of John and Jennifer Edmunson, can let it fly because this week he signed his letter of intent to play college baseball with Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa. The pressure is
Barry Gunn was unanimously selected the new superintendent of Luther Public Schools during a special school board meeting Thursday night. “I’m excited for the opportunity and am overwhelmed by the support from the community,” said Gunn who was the undisputed “fan favorite” for the job to lead the 900-student district. Gunn currently is the middle