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March 18, 2018


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

Community Spirit, LIONS go to state

The big game is Thursday night. A pep rally is scheduled at the school at 2:30 this afternoon and the community is invited to meet at 5pm to send off the bus as it travels to Yukon for the game at 7 pm.

Luther Grown & Raised: 2018 Alumni Weekend

It happens every other year. And every Lion is invited. Preparations are in full swing for Luther Alumni Weekend, May 12, 2018. It’s a day when every Lion comes home. The 2018 Alumni Committee, led by Lisa Rondina and LIONS from the classes of 1979, 1981 and 2014, is in full event planning mode.  


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

Roundup: catching up on the news for our Town

There’s a lot of information and news piling up. To try to catch up, here’s a ROUNDUP of various information for your calendar, your information and your action. TOWN – $90,000 judgement Remember the former Town Treasurer and Clerk who was convicted on nine felony counts of stealing money from the Town of Luther? Donita Roby

Oklahoma Free Wheel Stopping in Luther

It’s official. The Oklahoma Free Wheel has finally announced its 2018 tour schedule featuring LUTHER as one of the stops. The annual recreational bike ride across the state is making a stop in Luther June 12 – 13, 2018. It’s part of a celebration of the Mother Road, a tour along Route 66 that begins

Volunteer at the Round Barn

ARCADIA – Melvin Schemm became an Arcadia Round Barn volunteer just three months ago, and already he’s had conversations with visitors from Germany, The Netherlands, Mexico, Australia and Canada. That’s in addition to all the people from Oklahoma and across the United States who have visited the Route 66 attraction while he is on duty.

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