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January 20, 2018

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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

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

#LutherLocal Christmas Winner is Local Counselor

Ktara Brinkley was enjoying some leftovers from dining out the night before at The Chicken Shack and watching a Red Box movie with her family, rented from Luther’s Dollar General, when she got the call. The Saturday night call was from a representative from the Town of Luther’s Parks Commission with the news that her

The basketball court up the hill

The sale of some town-owned property to the local bank brought some nods and support via comments and chatter around town. But some are still worried about the loss of the basketball court. The land the Luther First Bank & Trust, soon-to-be Bancfirst, purchased currently is the space where a public basketball/tennis court is, as

Pearl Harbor Remembrance

The flag at Luther’s Town Hall is at half-mast to commemorate Pearl Harbor Day. Do you have a story from a loved one who was there on the day that lived in infamy? We remember John Pidcock Senior. He was only 17-years-old when the attack began on Dec 7, 1941. His ship, the USS TANGIER,

OPUS Entertainment gives back

In the spirit of the season, one of our #lutherlocal businesses wants to help three families with a Christmas feast. OPUS Entertainment’s Josh Smith and his wife, Stephanie, are asking for nominations. “This year we thought it would be a great idea to help more than one family enjoy the holiday season. And by providing a

Volunteer Departments tend to grass fire

When you’re driving home to your rural property and see smoke in the distance, there’s always that thought … “Is it my place?” It came too close for comfort for a couple who just moved to the Shadow Ridge neighborhood less than a month ago. They drove up to see that a neighbor’s burn of

Book sale for Headstart

If you like books, baked goods and raffle items, the Luther Armstrong Headstart has a deal for you. To raise money for Christmas gifts for the enrolled students, the Headstart Parent Association is having a Used Book/Bake Sale and Raffle on Saturday, December 2, at the Community Center. If you have books to donate, contact

It’s a #lutherlocal Christmas

Luther’s merchants are gearing up for the holiday shopping season with a chance to win $600. The Luther Parks Commission organized the campaign as part of a public-private effort with participation from several donors, restaurants, and shops. Beginning Friday, November 24, participating shoppers can receive one raffle ticket for every $10 spent at participating retailers.

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