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July 17, 2018

Business

Snowcones are back

It took until July, but it’s finally summer in Luther.  That is if the sure sign that summer is here is when the snow-cone stand opens. Monday was the day for the long-awaited opening of B&B Snow Shanty. New operators Billie McDaniels and Brittany McCoy officially opened and have big plans to offer walk-up and

New business on Main

Beth LaFave said the building on Luther’s Main Street that is housing her Beth’s Baubles & Bits store is about 100 years old, “and had 100 years worth of problems too!” She laughs about the journey she’s been on to get the building in good shape to become a retail shop. Abandoned for years, the

DJ’s TURNS ONE

DJ’s is turning one. Luther’s barbecue restaurant on Ash and Main has made it all the way around the calendar to mark its first year anniversary. The street is even being closed off for a car show and other festivities. Scott Shupert is playing live music. DJ’s BBQ SATURDAY, March 3 11 am – 3 pm

Business is Business

Sunday, at least this one, was for updating the lutherregister.news website,  learning about some new widgets, apps and tools, and scrubbing up our Business Directory! Business Directory, you ask? On the main tab of this website, you’ll see the Business Directory tab. Thanks to the hard work of Karen McClure and Debbie Bradley who gathered

Rustic Farm is part of our Great State

Turn south on Luther Road at Hwy 66, also called Ash, go past the Sonic and the Feed Store, and turn west at DJ’s BBQ past the railroad tracks. Turn south at Josephine’s Cafe. That’s how you find Main Street. But if you stay on Ash, you’ll find other businesses too like the insurance agent and

DJ Shorty B chases dreams

EDITORIAL NOTE: Welcome to a new feature of the Luther Register in which we will showcase Luther personalities, businesses and history. Special thanks to Jacob Factor for the write-up of one of Luther’s favorite sons, DJ Shorty B. Story by Jacob Factor “Many years ago, I hurt my foot right before a friend’s birthday party and

GrowOK Venture Program

Editor’s Note: The Governor’s office sends out A LOT of news releases. Sometimes they catch our attention while sitting in our email inbox. This one might be helpful to any Luther entrepreneurs.    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 3, 2017 Governor Mary Fallin Announces GrowOK Venture Assessment Program Oklahoma Nonprofit, State Partners to Target Rural, Native American

Urban 66 joins Main Street

Luther’s Main Street made room for a new shop over the weekend, Urban 66. Quietly on Saturday, Tami DeLozier and Angela Baustert opened up their gift shop at 107 E Main, between Alan Booher’s CPA office and the soon-to-be-opened Boydston-Bailey funeral home. The brown paper was peeled back from their display windows, red bricks held

Luther Business Blessings

Businesses come in all shapes and sizes in Luther. There are storefronts and home-based businesses. There are services, manufacturing, construction, agricultural and technical businesses. The bigger businesses help to propel a small town’s tax base, even more with our support. For others, small businesses add to the household budget and our dreams (yes, and the tax

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