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July 17, 2018

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A new way to do meetings

The Luther Town Board adopted a new policy for meetings. A unanimous vote by the new Board at its first meeting Tuesday night puts the new procedures into practice. From submitting agenda items by the first of the month to publishing the agenda the Friday before a Tuesday meeting, the board says its new policies

Helping their neighbors

The Luther First Christian Church is inviting the community to help bless some of our neighbors. They are having a Taco Bar and Fundraising auction a week from Wednesday and all of the money raised will be “distributed to two families who need a blessing.” The church is putting into practice the scripture: Religion that God our Father

Wrapping up a year, under budget

The Luther School Board made quick work of its meeting Monday night. Notables from the meeting: All board members attended except for newly appointed member CJ Cavin who had a law school exam. Treasurer Gary Roy reported the district’s checking account shows more funds than it has in recent months because of some ad valorem

Conservation budget worry

We received this Letter to the Editor on Friday. Thank you Mr. Campbell. I’m worried about the results another budget cut from the state legislature will have on Oklahoma City and the metro area. Recently, I became a director for the Oklahoma County Conservation District. I joined the board, because I believe that locally led,

No Trial for Whitmus

Just days before his trial was to begin, former Luther band teacher Kyle Whitumus has taken a deal with prosecutors. The most serious charge, that of first-degree rape, has been dropped; and Whitmus, 34, has entered a blind plea of guilty to two counts of inappropriate texting with a minor. According to Whitmus’ attorney Sam

A budget workshop

Before the new Luther Town Board of Trustees meets for its first official meeting to conduct town business, members are having a budget workshop. The new elected officials are working against the clock to have the budget set before a June 30 deadline, and have asked for departments such as the fire department, police department, Town

Bailey vaults

It’s only Monday but we’re calling this the picture of the week. The Lion Reporter Sydney Scheer grabbed this moment as LHS Junior Caitlyn Bailey vaulted clean at the Regional Track Meet at Wilson Field. Congratulations to the LHS Track Program and all of the student athletes for hosting the big event, and showing flexibility

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