The Town of Luther is looking for a new police chief, and the Board of Trustees is having a meeting on Tuesday night to name an interim police chief. This all follows the resignation of Marcus Thurman who held the position of Luther Police Chief for eleven years. He resigned last Thursday, just hours before
“I’ve been in law enforcement for 23 years and have been with the Town of Luther for seven years. I want the Town to know I’m here for the Town of Luther and safety of the people. I will always have an open door for the citizens of Luther to come to me with their concerns.
Along with my fellow officers in town, we will work together to get through this as a team while I’m in the position as acting chief,” Deputy Chief Mike Class told The Luther Register.
“Many thanks and blessings to this anonymous donor. Rest assured, it will be put to good use and will be used exactly as requested, for those in need.”
There’s no getting any comment from the Town Board, or from the Luther Police Department, but a surprise Special Meeting was posted Tuesday afternoon. The employment of the police chief and the patrol division chief is on the agenda. There’s no comment from the powers that be because the action involves “personnel” matters. But speculation?
When we are positive, our brains become more engaged, creative, motivated, energetic, resilient, and productive at work. – Shawn Achor
Just in the nick of time, the Luther School Board hired new teachers Monday to start the new school year that begins Thursday. Teachers reported Monday for meetings, policy updates and motivation. Parents will meet teachers Tuesday evening. The 2017-2018 school year is here. Hired Monday night are new certified personnel: Angela Bandy, fifth and
The Eastern Oklahoma County Partnership is asking for your input on a survey to determine what kind of growth you want for your hometown. The survey will take about ten minutes or less to complete and asks question about your age and income; as well as what kind of home you’d like to live in;
These four young men from BSA Troop 344 of Luther attended Tuesday night’s Luther Town Board meeting. They are pursuing their Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge. They are Josh McMahon, 14; Caleb Sanders, 15; JJ McMahon, 17 and Jakob McMahon, 18. Check out the requirements for the badge from the Boy Scouts of America
Mayor Jenni White said, “We are not in the business of hurting our residents. But we have to do what is best based on the information we have.”
by The Lion Report, Sydney Scheer It’s that time of the year, folks. Luther Lions football’s first practice of the 2017 season is complete. I would say it went out with a BANG. The team voted in a Twitter poll on whether to have the first practice in the morning or evening. The “Under the