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March 18, 2018

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On alert for Monday

UPDATE 3/18/18 4:20 PM: Luther Police will have a presence at each school campus tomorrow to ensure the safety of the students while the investigation into the threats continues. Over the weekend, LPD has repeatedly checked the school properties with no incidents to report. Contact with the Tulsa agencies in reference to further interviews of

Pre-emptive Protection, LHS receives threat

Luther school parents received an alarming automated call Friday morning about a threat against the school that is being investigated by authorities. Superintendent Barry Gunn told The Luther Register the threat was made on social media by two individuals and one is thought to be a former Luther student, and the location was possibly in

Remembering Barbee Hall

Barbee Joan Hall, 86, of Luther, Oklahoma, passed from this life on March 13, 2018. Barbee was born December 6, 1931, in Elmo, Missouri, to William Benjamin McIntyre and Mae (Colvin) McIntyre. She graduated from Elmo High School and furthered her education in Maryville, Missouri. Barbee Married Harold Hall in 1952 and to this union

Long Awaited School Audit Released

It took almost two and a half years, but the audit conducted by the State Auditor & Inspector’s Office was finally released today, March 18, 2018. The Luther Register’s first story about the cititzen’s petition being submitted to the state calling for the investigative audit was  back in November of 2015. For some time, we have

Community Easter Egg Hunt

Calling everyone with a heart for kids and community! Birlene Langley and friends are putting together another EASTER EGG HUNT for the Community. Let’s help her out with donations of plastic eggs and wrapped candy. Last year, hundreds of eggs were donated and the Town kicked in $300 for the cause. Langley said this is an

Police Department Shares February Report

EDITORS NOTE: Luther Police Chief David Randall shared this police report with The Luther Register. He said it is the same report shared with the Board of Trustees for its March meeting, scheduled Tuesday, March 13. Thank you to Chief Randall for the effort to improve transparency to the public. The report below is exactly

State Powerlifting Champion Devin Bean

Devin Bean dreamed of being great at something. Today, he’s a State Champion. The Luther High School Senior earned first in his weight class at the OFBCA Powerlifting State Tournament Saturday in El Reno. He took first among a field of 25 of the best qualifying powerlifters in the state in the 168-pound class. According

A valiant fight, Season ender for Lions

District Champs. Regional Champs. The State Semi-Finals. It was an excellent run by the Luther Lions. But they fell to the Wright City Lumberjax Friday night by seven points. The gym was packed with fans on one side from Wright City who made the four-hour trip from the south-east corner of the state, and from Luther who

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