“if you are not comfortable with what is going on, get involved and vote. Things won’t be different if the players stay the same. Oklahoma deserves better.”
One hundred movies for $5! What an excellent deal. The Clean Shorts Film Festival is this weekend at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center in Choctaw. The fourth annual independent film celebration begins Friday and runs through Saturday. EOC’s Digital Media program organizes this festival that showcases independent films that are appropriate for most audiences. With
Editor’s Note: this is the Governor’s news release copied and pasted. OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin, flanked by bipartisan legislators and joined by public school teachers, today signed three bills that are part of an historic revenue package to fund pay raises for teachers. The package allows for a $6,100, or 16 percent, pay
When the votes started rolling in at the Oklahoma House of Representatives Monday night on the package designed to give teachers a pay raise, Rep. Lewis Moore said he had intended to vote yes, but it didn’t work out that way. Moore, a Republic from Arcadia who represents Luther, said he and a couple of other
Saturday is a big day in Luther with many activities and fund-raisers planned. Lots of food and fun is planned for a great #lutherlocal day. The day begins with a pancake breakfast, followed by the big community egg hunt and then a chili cookoff. 7am – 11am. The day begins with PANCAKES! The Luther FFA/4H fundraiser at
It was less than a month ago when Ron Henry announced his resignation as a Town Trustee, as part of his plea agreement on a voter fraud case. The Town Board of Trustees will accept his resignation formally at the Tuesday, March 13 meeting, and apparently, name a successor. The Town used advertising, social media and
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
It’s Spring Break for Luther Public Schools. Teachers are off and kids are out of school for a welcome pause to the grind. While the school doors are closed next week, it is anticipated state lawmakers will address a public demand to fund teachers and public employees. There’s talk of a possible teacher walkout on
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.
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.