Editors Note: The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office sent this news release today touting activities of the new sheriff. It is shared here (with a couple of typos corrected) for your information. Oklahoma City (Nov. 15, 2017) – In the first eight months since taking over the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff P.D. Taylor has implemented numerous initiatives
He was at the Town Board meeting last night, but Wednesday morning Luther Police Sgt. Mike Oliver announced on his personal Facebook page that he was terminated by new Police Chief David Randall at 8:30 am. Sgt. Oliver had been with the department for ten years. “Due to the fact that this is a personnel matter
I don’t sit here as the superintendent of schools and pretend to know everything. I can take advice from the community,” said Gunn emphasizing that each Luther school has anti-bullying efforts in place.
From Oklahoma County District One: We will be closing Diagonal Road between Harrah road and Dobbs road to replace the narrow wood plank bridge. The detour will be Harrah road between Diagonal and Covell and Covell – Harrah to Dobbs. This project will take 45 plus days depending on weather. This closure will begin tomorrow
Editors Note: The Oklahoma Farm Bureau sent this news release to us today and we are happy to share it with you. The Wilson family of Luther received the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee District Three Farm and Ranch Family Recognition during the organization’s annual meeting on Nov. 10 in Norman, Oklahoma. OKFB’s Farm
It’s a big week for Luther. Here are just a few activities for your planning. MONDAY Political Reception. This evening from 5:30 – 7 pm at Urban 66 on Main Street. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING at 6:30 pm Click here for agenda https://s3.amazonaws.com/scschoolfiles/345/november_13_2017_regular_board_meeting_agenda.pdf TUESDAY TOWN BOARD MEETING at 7pm Look for agenda to be posted Monday.
UPDATE: Monday 11 am to include letter from LPS Superintendent Barry Gunn. The 14-year-old expelled Luther Middle School student who allegedly authored a hit list naming students and teachers he wanted to kill is in custody. Luther Police Chief David Randall says the boy was arrested late Sunday night at his home in Luther. Since last
In the blink of an eye, a moment becomes a memory. The 2017 football season is over after the Luther Lions fell to the Hennessey Eagles in Round One of the playoffs Friday night. The Lions accomplished a post-season record of 10-2 losing only to the Millwood Falcons in the District Championship Title game during
A road rage incident near Highway 66 between Harrah and Pottawatomie Road just before Noon on Saturday resulted in an accident, a fight and one driver going to jail. Luther Police Sargeant Mike Oliver responded to the call around 11:45 am. He had been blocking thru traffic where the Luther Pecan Festival banner was being
It’s almost time. The inaugural Luther Pecan Festival is Saturday, November 18, from 10 am – 5 pm, on Main Street. The story of the festival began several months ago as chronicled on the Luther Festival website. The Luther Pecan Festival was dreamed up one day on Main Street by a group of neighbors, local
Thank a veteran today, and every day. And visit the Veterans Memorial on Main Street, all decked out with the Red, White & Blue.
UPDATED STORY, SATURDAY 8:30 AM Friday was ordinary at Luther Public Schools. While there was increased police presence, it was business as usual with the addition of students honoring our Veterans with an assembly. Under the surface, the Luther Police Department continued working the case of a student who allegedly authored a hit list against
“We had a juvenile write a list about other students. As a precaution, the school administration did lock the doors and we came to investigate the information to see what exactly happened. As of right now, no one is in danger, and we will continue to monitor any information that presents itself,” Chief Randall told The Luther Register.
Friday night brings Round One of the 2017 high school football playoffs with the Luther Lions hosting Hennessey. The OSSAA game begins at 7:30 pm with an admission price of $7 each person. Listen up to Coach Zach Smith and Mitchell Talks Scott Mitchell with the preview.
If you could see into the future, what would your town look like? There is a renewed effort in Luther to come up with a Master Plan for the town. Those involved are quick to emphasize that such a Master Plan doesn’t mean it’s a final plan, but it is a guiding post to chart