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October 20, 2017

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It’s a barn dance, yall … and free lunch too

And the Luther Local Livestock show. Carson Wheeler, 15, participated in public comments Monday night at the school board, inviting the panel to attend. He did a great job and gets bonus points for public speaking! Members of the Luther 4H and FFA will compete at the local show Saturday, February 18 at the Ag Barn

Senior night and a Lions’ battle

The Luther Lions hosted the Chandler Lions Friday night on the hardwoods. It was a dramatic evening for hoops with the Lady Lions dropping a heartbreaker to Chandler in their second double-over-time battle (the previous one was against Jones). Heard in the stands, Chandler had more height, Luther had more heart. That heart includes commitment

Get your bid ready, Luther FFA/4H Auction Monday

Going once, going twice, SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. The annual Luther FFA/4H fundraising dinner and auction is Monday night, January 16, 2017, at the Luther High School cafeteria. The famed chicken fried steak meal is at 6pm and the bidding starts at 7 pm on the donated auction items. This year the auction will

Wheels of Justice for Henrys

The Oklahoma County District Courthouse was so busy this morning, one lawyer pushing his way into a courtroom said, “It’s Black Friday for justice! On sale today.” It was an interesting juxtaposition of hustle and bustle, as lawyers whispered with clients in corners, prosecutors carried large case files, and family members and those accused of this

On Friday, we will celebrate life

Planning a funeral. How excruciating could it be under these circumstances? The family of Ron and Kay Wilkson did it. They planned the details, picked out the things, made the decisions and set the time for a funeral for their parents, sister, brother, grandparent. Friday at 2pm at the Luther High School Auditorium. “They together often

VANCE NOT IN CUSTODY … POSSIBLY NOT GONE FROM OUR AREA

LATE WORD FROM LUTHER POLICE CHIEF MARCUS THURMAN:
“JUST IN, THEY BELIEVE VANCE IS HEADED BACK TO THE LUTHER AND WELLSTON AREA, WE HAVE ADDED ADDITIONAL OFFICERS TO OUR STREETS IN HOPES OF KEEPING LUTHER SAFE. STAY WITH LUTHER PD WE WILL KEEP YOU ADVISED,” said Thurman.

Luther Walks to End Alzheimer’s

To support a friend at Luther Public Schools, a crew drove to the Big City this morning to walk for Team Cindy Lou Who. It’s an effort to draw awareness to and raise funds to cure Alzheimer’s Disease. Love those t-shirts. NOTE: trying out a new photo gallery, mostly for our football pictures and other

Turn the Town Teal

For those who knew her, the pain remains. For those who didn’t get the chance to know her, we wish we had. Her friends and family will honor the memory of Cindy Lawson Teel this Saturday morning in an effort to Turn the Town Teal to raise awareness about ovarian cancer. A lifelong resident of

HEALTH: Ask Dr. Olsen

Thank you Luther Register readers for your questions. This one comes from KM. Dear Dr. Olsen, Health question: I am experiencing nighttime leg and feet cramping. Sometimes my feet feel like they are on fire, and they always feel numb. I drink water with every meal and in the evening. I have tried pickle juice and

Public Hearing for Hwy 66 Improvements

(Advisory from ODOT) The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is having a public meeting to present information about future projects along SH-66 from Arcadia to Luther that are designed to improve traffic flow and safety along the corridor. The proposed projects will address poor pavement conditions, insufficient drainage, safety issues such as narrow lanes and a

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