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November 21, 2017

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County Sheriff shares accomplishments

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

Bridge Work on the Diagonal

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

Wilson Family honored by Farm Bureau

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

The Week’s Rundown

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.

Season Over and a fond farewell

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

Luther Pecan Festival

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

State native pecan production expected to lead nation

EDITOR’S NOTE. Special thanks to The Journal Record who granted permission to The Luther Register to share this story featuring COUCH PECANS. It’s an opportunity for us also to promote our Luther Pecan Festival on November 18 on Main Street! Visit the Journal Record online.  By: Brian Brus The Journal Record October 13, 2017 Chris Ivich prepares harvesting

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