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January 18, 2018

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Casting a Vision for LPS

The Luther School Board evaluates its superintendent at its January monthly meeting. The Tuesday night meeting was the first review for Supt. Barry Gunn who took control of the district toward the end of the last school year after the resignation and then death of Dr. Sheldon Buxton. The meeting, behind closed doors in executive

Event Venue Sunday

Two Luther event venues will have separate open houses Sunday. It’s likely many brides and grooms will come out to tour both the Broken Horn Ranch and Eleven Oaks Ranch both located north of Luther. The events are designed to showcase the properties and related vendors. If you’d like to check out both properties, it’s

Annual 4H & FFA Auction & Dinner

It’s a January highlight. There will be a chicken fried steak dinner, home-made desserts galore and a great cause to help our local 4H and FFA members. And it’s this Monday night, January 15, at 6 pm in the high school cafeteria. Many look forward to the annual Luther FFA & 4H Booster Club event.

Oliver loses at Appeals Board

“It’s a disappointment. The whole department went against me … it’s kind of stressful it didn’t go in my favor but I have the support of citizens and my family. I’m going to put in applications and go somewhere different.” With that comment, the ten-year career of Mike Oliver with the Luther Police Department ended.

New Year & New Bank Hours

The new year brings longer hours at Luther’s First Bank & Trust. With the expected sale of the bank to Bancfirst in February, the bank is working toward the transition. The lobby will be open thirty minutes longer, Monday – Thursday, and the drive-thru will open thirty minutes earlier. Lobby hours: 8 am – 4

Luther Band Shines in Memphis

“I think I am still in shock but I wanted to say how proud I am of these students. Hard work pays off. For those who didn’t know, the Pride of Luther is the only high school band that has the honor to perform before the Liberty Bowl game. I am truly humbled to be the director of these awesome students,” said Mrs. Donwell.

Guest column: “Luther” Trip to Kenya

Editor’s Note: I have had the privilege to get to know Stephen Kearby at my part-time job at The 116 Farmstead, Market & Table on Main Street in Luther. He likes our decaf coffee and breakfast parfait. Stephen is the Outreach Minister at the Luther Church of Christ and the Community Service Center. When we

Tickets in Luther Town

For the first time since The Luther Register  began online publishing two years ago, we have a report of the number of tickets issued by the Luther Police Department. New LPD Chief David Randall included the numbers in his November monthly report presented at the Town’s Board of Trustees December 12 meeting. The report marked

Sunday Morning Interview: stabbing update

Thanks to Luther Police Chief David Randall who replied with an update on the search for the suspect who stabbed a Luther police officer on Thursday. Read the original story here.  The interview has been lightly edited for grammar and style. LR: Can you assure the community about their safety? Chief Randall: Luther Police Department and

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