A local group of home educating students spent part of their Fall Break to serve the Town of Luther. The group from LAB, Luther Academic Barn, brought rakes, mowers and gloves to take care of the “Veterans’ Park” on the west side of Main Street in downtown Luther. They mowed, trimmed, weeded, swept and did
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An unstoppable force of friends and family accomplished a goal over the weekend when the needed money was raised to help 12-year-old Taelor Heron get a motorized wheelchair. Taelor has a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy. While noting that her parents have been battling some insurance issues to get her a new chair, a community
A seven-hour standoff between a burglary suspect and Oklahoma County Deputies ended peacefully early Monday morning at a home on NorthLuther Road toward Harrah. Stephen McGraw, 35, allegedly locked himself into a home in the 8000 block of North Luther Road after 6pm on Sunday. No one was at home when the security system was
The Luther Town Board of Trustees Thursday night met behind closed doors to cull down a list of resumes for Luther Police Chief. After an hour, the board reconvened in open session and announced eight names of candidates to be interviewed on October 10. The names are: David Abel Chuck Brewer Virgil Green Ron Lentz
We interrupt this national debate about knees and flags and anthems to bring you a convoy. A rainy Tuesday morning in Luther brought a little joy when a parade of antique military vehicles rolled down Highway 66 as part of a cross-country celebration of veterans, the military and Route 66 through the MPVA, the MIlitary
Football, fund-raisers and festivals. The crisp autumn months bring many activities to get on our calendar. There is much to enjoy and celebrate in Luther this time of year. And some good causes to support. OCTOBER 5 Carnival at Luther Elementary. It benefits teachers and their classrooms. And the cafeteria will be selling fresh cinnamon
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.
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,