Before former Luther Fire Chief Jason Miller left the Town of Luther in mid-July, town leaders worked with attorneys, accountants and advisors to update a promissory note involving funds Miller owes the Town. The issue has been ongoing, but The Luther Register had not covered it. For one thing, it was a personnel matter, and even
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Luther Public Schools and the Luther School Board were named in a $6 million tort claim filed by the parents of the victim in the Kyle Whitmus case. The former band director was sentenced earlier this week to 20 years in prison for lewd acts with a minor child. Whitmus, 34, entered a blind plea
Luther’s Wildhorse Park will transform this Saturday with a car show, carnival and vendors. It’s for the Luther Lion YOUTH Football program, the guys in K – sixth grades. They need some new equipment for their upcoming 2017 season. If you have a cool car to enter in the car show, no doubt they’ll be
Justice takes time. On Monday it took almost eight hours to arrive at a punishment for the former Luther Band Director who chose to let an Oklahoma County District Judge sentence him rather than go to trial. The time since the investigation began into the affair between the 32-year-old teacher who admitted to finding his
“No one wins today,” said Sam Talley, the defense attorney for former Luther Band Director Kyle Whitmus. He said that in a comment out in the hall of the seventh floor of the Oklahoma County Courthouse before Monday’s proceeding began to sentence his client to crimes of which Whitmus pled guilty. The comment came as
Whitmus pleaded guilty to two counts of soliciting sexual conduct with a minor and no contest to one count of lewd acts with a child under sixteen years old.
Have you seen them? Tucked on business windowsills, on park benches and other places meant to be found, little painted rocks signal that The Kindness Rocks Project has made it to our area. The whimsical rocks were first spotted in Luther several days ago. Actually, they would be spotted, and then they would disappear from
The first time Jessica and Ira saw Eleven Oaks Ranch, Luther’s new event venue, the building was a shell. Shop lights showed bare 2x4s and sawdust. Even though today the grounds are lush green and landscaped, that day it was just dirt outside. But it didn’t take long for the couple to say yes to
The Town of Luther has a new Parks Commission. After updating ordinances governing such a commission, the Town Board of Trustees, at ites July 10 meeting, selected five community members to serve as unpaid volunteer commissioners. Six candidates attended the meeting, but there are only five spots on the commission. Noting all of
“We’re putting Luther on the map,” Mayor White said.