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May 22, 2018

Route 66

Rethink Your Drink

When Oklahoma Freewheel Bicyclists ride into Luther on June 12, they’ll have plenty of water and ice, thanks to a sponsorship the Luther Parks Commission received on the Town’s behalf from the Oklahoma County TSET Healthy Living Program. The $400 sponsorship was presented during the May 3 Parks Commission Meeting by Joshua Trope who is

Happy Birthday Chicken Shack

It’s been two trips through the calendar for Luther’s Chicken Shack. The chicken joint on Route 66 west of Luther Road is celebrating big this Saturday, with live music, great food, games and chill time at the venue’s backyard along the Deep Fork River. The anniversary menu will feature shrimp, crawfish and, of course,  chicken.

Luther T-Shirt Design Contest

We like to “get the t-shirt” to commemorate a trip, event or activity. But the artists among us might like to “make the t-shirt!” The Luther Parks Commission is giving designers among us a chance to have our artwork on a commemorative t-shirt to celebrate Luther and the 2018 Oklahoma Freewheel.  Submissions will be accepted through Monday, April

Dulcimer featured at Round Barn Morning Music

Mountain dulcimer artist Paul Bostick will perform from 10:30 am to Noon Saturday at the Arcadia Round Barn. The concert is part of the Arcadia Round Barn’s new Morning Music series launched by singer-songwriter Joe Baxter, who also produces the Round Barn Rendezvous on the second Sunday afternoon of the month. Bostick will bring several of

Volunteer at the Round Barn

ARCADIA – Melvin Schemm became an Arcadia Round Barn volunteer just three months ago, and already he’s had conversations with visitors from Germany, The Netherlands, Mexico, Australia and Canada. That’s in addition to all the people from Oklahoma and across the United States who have visited the Route 66 attraction while he is on duty.

Military Convoy Through Luther

We interrupt this national debate about knees and flags and anthems to bring you a convoy. A rainy Tuesday morning in Luther brought a little joy when a parade of antique military vehicles rolled down Highway 66 as part of a cross-country celebration of veterans, the military and Route 66 through the MPVA, the MIlitary

Roadwork on Highway 66

Remember before the Oklahoma Legislature adjourned, and there was that flashing portable sign on the roadside on Highway 66 just east of town? You probably saw that sign that flashed something like “the road project was stalled because of a lack of state funding?” Apparently the money was freed up, because there’s a work zone,

Route 66 and Luther

What do you think about the Mother Road? In my spare time (or when I should be doing laundry or selling ads), I’ve been looking up Route 66 groups on the internet –  the travel groups, the history groups and the associations. My interest is to see whether Luther is represented. I also want to

“W” for Week 2

by Sydney Scheer The Route 66 Showdown between the Luther Lions and the Wellston Tigers….LIONS, and tigers, and refs, OH MY! Once again it was a good night of offense for the Lions but there were big plays on defense as well as the Tigers were held to just six points for the game. .