Hours before the horrible night when Michael Vance allegedly killed two Luther residents, Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel was in Luther, talking about law enforcement, crime, the need for reform in incarceration and mental health treatment. There was even discussion about the audit released before the election. During a late lunch at The Boundary Restaurant, we had a wide-ranging conversation
“It has always been my desire and intent to comply with the law and develop compliant processes and procedures. We take the findings of the State Auditor very seriously and will correct policies and procedures where necessary.”
by Jenni White, special contributor The Oklahoma State Election Board on Wednesday published links to the ballots for Oklahoma voters in the November 8 General Election. You can find the ballot particular to Luther’s geopolitical area here. If you are not in the Luther Township, click on this link to the State Election Board. Here
“The ambiguity of this poorly worded law is a perfect example of why I am running for office,” said Phillip Arnold.
The Luther resident challenging State Rep. Lewis Moore for the District 96 seat says she will drop out of the race. Amber Polach said she filed for the office last Friday afternoon because she was concerned no one else would challenge the incumbent. Polach is an educator and a vocal critic of the new Eastern