Listen up. Episode Three has posted of MItchell Talks’ podcast “Friday Night Wrapup with Coach Zach Smith.” Coach and host Scott Mitchell review the Homecoming win against Chandler and preview Friday night at home against Crooked Oak. Listen here on Soundcloud.
Photos and story by Sydney Scheer It was a special night for a small town. Homecoming. The night is not only a celebration of gorgeous homecoming candidates and their escorts in a beautiful ceremony. The night is also an occasion to welcome home alumni. Mrs. Virginia McClain has been coming home longer than anyone else!
The Luther Board of Trustees has stopped collecting resumes for the open position of Luther Police Chief. Forty resumes were received as of the close of the filing period on Wednesday, and one more was found Thursday in an email spam folder, town officials said. The Board is expected to pick their top eight resumes
“I was standing outside of the church when it all went down,” she told The Luther Register.
It’s Episode #2. The second installment of the new podcast featuring Scott Mitchell of Mitchell Talks and Lion Head Coach Zach Smith came online Wednesday. The pair reviews the takedown of Prague last Friday night and looks ahead as the Lions season intensifies. They also talk injuries, Friday night’s tailgate barbecue (thanks Mr. Statsny) fundraiser,
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The Luther School Board, Monday night approved an “Estimate of Needs” for the 2017-18 school year. It’s what the district uses to base its budget on, and the new numbers give the district some more money to spend this year. It was quite a difference from the September board meeting a year ago. The new
Before the sun came up Monday morning, Luther’s Stephen Kearby and Butch Golden got in the cab of the big yellow truck bound for Houston with a load of supplies to help with cleanup after Hurricane Harvey. The truck from the Luther Community Center and Luther Church of Christ was full of sheetrock, diapers and
That’s a planning conversation – evaluating where you’ve been, listening to your neighbors on where they’d like to go, and setting specific steps on how to get there.
by Sydney Scheer The dust will settle for a while after the Lions took home a redemptive two-point win over the Prague Red Devils. This away game was exciting. The visitor side of the bleachers held our town as the Lion Pride cheered the team to victory. Fans were all over the bleachers, along the
Football fans are going to love this. Actually anyone is going to love this. There’s a new podcast in town. It’s about Luther Lion football and features head coach Zack Smith with Scott Mitchell of Mitchell Talks. Aside from the fact it might be our ONLY Luther-centric podcast, it might be a sign of things
If you stop into the bank lobby, you can’t help but notice the “Lion Tree” on the wall by where we fill out our deposit slips. It’s an effort to bless the teachers at Luther Public Schools by choosing a card that has a teacher’s wish list. Scientific calculators for Ms. Grogan; construction paper for
The First Bank & Trust, including its branch in Luther will be sold to BancFirst, it was revealed Tuesday. Luther Branch President Gary Roy said the sale will be positive for the Town of Luther emphasizing that the bank is in excellent financial health, so much so that when the owner of the bank, Mr.
by Sydney Scheer It might have been the last Route 66 Showdown on the gridiron. At least between the Luther Lions and the Wellston Tigers. Luther’s looking to join another district next season, so the game between the long-time rivals might not make it on the schedule. The Luther Lions had the final roar. Final
Although it’s a holiday weekend, the Town of Luther grabbed its only open Saturday without a variety of activities such as youth sports for a Town cleanup day. At 8am until Noon Saturday, volunteers can meet at Town Hall to fan out and tackle beautification projects in Town proper, like sweeping Main Street or weeding