“The people of Luther have been great to the First Bank & Trust and this is a small way for them to give back to the Town,” said Holman.
Turn south on Luther Road at Hwy 66, also called Ash, go past the Sonic and the Feed Store, and turn west at DJ’s BBQ past the railroad tracks. Turn south at Josephine’s Cafe. That’s how you find Main Street. But if you stay on Ash, you’ll find other businesses too like the insurance agent and
Luther’s Main Street made room for a new shop over the weekend, Urban 66. Quietly on Saturday, Tami DeLozier and Angela Baustert opened up their gift shop at 107 E Main, between Alan Booher’s CPA office and the soon-to-be-opened Boydston-Bailey funeral home. The brown paper was peeled back from their display windows, red bricks held
[supsystic-gallery id=10 position=center] It’s so hard to keep up with hashtags. #mytown #LutherLocal (personal favorite) #SmallBusinessSaturday As trendy as those hashtags might be on social media, it’s really not hard to keep up with our town. Luther is happening! A new tree farm. New restaurants. Longtime businesses. And this week, there’s A NEW PLACE TO