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July 17, 2018

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It’s our turn: help DJ Shorty B & fam

He’s our favorite entertainer, DJ Shorty B, but he’s also our neighbor. Josh Smith and his family could use our help. The Smith’s suffered a crushing loss on Monday when their home in Lincoln County caught fire. There is extensive loss of property and smoke damage. Of course, they are thankful to have their lives

Get your Goat

UPDATE: The goat is home. And the LPD cruiser might have a fresh clean. This is either, a new recruit for the Luther Police Department or a missing goat. Chief David Randall picked up this lost goat along Luther Road between Covell and Coffee Creek on Tuesday afternoon. Regardless, it’s the picture of the day, or

Toddler Mediflighted After Accident

Luther Police and Fire personnel and other emergency responders are helping at the scene of an accident involving a two-year-old girl who fell from a high chair. Just before 2pm Friday, responders were called to a home north of Luther, off of Covell, and eventually, a medical helicopter was summoned to get the toddler to Children’s

To name a road

Cox Lane Aldrich Avenue Pecan Street Those are your choices for an online public vote to name an unnamed road in Luther. The three choices are the result of another vote on the Town of Luther’s website where nearly 100 suggestions were collected to name the short stretch east of Town that will take you

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

Farmer’s Market Saturday

Under the trees behind Josephine’s Cafe off Main Street in Luther, local veggie growers and goat’s milk soap crafters will gather for the second round of Josephine’s Farmer’s Market. Thunderstorms couldn’t stop the first offering of the market on June 23, when Melissa McRay brought vegetables from her prolific garden. She sold out. Part of the

Skeeter Tracking

Have you dumped your standing water around your house after the rain? Are you spending time outside in the “mosquito hours” around dark? Are you getting attacked by insects on your blackberry and sandplum picking excursions to the deep woods? It’s summer time. The Oklahoma City County Health Department is out with a news release

Celebrating America at Eddie’s House

Everyone is invited! Eddie Steffans is letting us know their annual Happy Birthday America event is this Saturday, June 30. Long-timers know about these epic parties that feature fireworks, live music, lots of food and games, including a dominoes tournament that might last all night. He said he’s butchering a hog for the occasion. If you

Arcadia Barn Brings Morning Music

ARCADIA – The Mustang Ramblers will present Morning Music from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 7 at the Arcadia Round Barn. Band members are Jimmie and Mara Sides of Mustang, Les and Audrey Calger of Tuttle and Joe Roberson of Del City. They perform country, bluegrass and gospel music, and have played for the

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