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May 23, 2018

Archives for March 2018

Governor Signs tax bill

Editor’s Note: this is the Governor’s news release copied and pasted. OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin, flanked by bipartisan legislators and joined by public school teachers, today signed three bills that are part of an historic revenue package to fund pay raises for teachers. The package allows for a $6,100, or 16 percent, pay

ONE DAY OFF: School closed Monday

Luther Schools will close Monday, April 2,  during the planned state-wide teacher walkout. But Superintendent Barry Gunn notified parents and students today that school will re-open on Tuesday, April 3.   Mr. Gunn said many teachers and others are planning to go to the State Capitol on Monday. Luther students are off tomorrow for Good

New Water Meters for Luther

A crew from San Marcos, Texas, has spent the week in Luther visiting every Town water customer’s yard with a shovel. They are replacing the old mechanical meters with new ultrasonic meters that are expected to improve accuracy and detect leaks more quickly for Luther water customers. The rain slowed the crew down from Secure

Remembering Larry McCuddy

Larry Michael McCuddy, 73, of Luther, Oklahoma passed from this life on March 27, 2018. He was born July 28, 1944, in Luther, Oklahoma to Glenn and Florence (Simpson) McCuddy. Larry graduated from Luther High School in 1962. Upon graduation, he worked many years for Unit Parts, and Oklahoma County in the Maintenance Department. Larry

An Epic Saturday for #lutherlocal

Saturday is a big day in Luther with many activities and fund-raisers planned. Lots of food and fun is planned for a great #lutherlocal day. The day begins with a pancake breakfast, followed by the big community egg hunt and then a chili cookoff. 7am – 11am. The day begins with PANCAKES! The Luther FFA/4H fundraiser at

Cave Art on Display at Luther Elementary

Imagine being a teenager in the south of France in 1940. While walking your dog, he disappears into a hole in the ground. The hole led to an undiscovered cave that would become a French national treasure and an archaeological wonder of prehistoric art. Luther Elementary Art Teacher Shari Henderson took all of her students on

A big hoax

No credible threat against Luther High School exists, according to Luther Police Chief David Randall. A statement released this morning said that interviews with the suspects who threatened to “shoot up Luther High School” led authorities to believe the incident was a hoax. Still, 18-year-old Kristian Flanigan could face charges. Flanigan was picked up sometime

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