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December 11, 2017

Archives for October 2017

Parks Commish Opening & Meeting

The Luther Parks Commission meets Thursday evening for a regular meeting. The commission members were appointed and go to work just about three months ago and had their first event last weekend with the townwide Trunk or Treat. On the agenda is a look at events for the rest of the year and next year.

WEEK 9: Win at Meeker

Dispatch from the Lion Reporter’s Life. Sometimes just getting there is the hardest part of doing a story. Enjoy this write-up of Friday night’s Meeker game and remember Sydney does this for her community and love of football! If you enjoy local news, specifically “news for our town,” via The Luther Register, make a donation

State native pecan production expected to lead nation

EDITOR’S NOTE. Special thanks to The Journal Record who granted permission to The Luther Register to share this story featuring COUCH PECANS. It’s an opportunity for us also to promote our Luther Pecan Festival on November 18 on Main Street! Visit the Journal Record online.  By: Brian Brus The Journal Record October 13, 2017 Chris Ivich prepares harvesting

GUEST POST: Lions break records at Meeker

By John Martin Special Correspondent MEEKER — Luther Lions Sophomore Peyton Wilson set a new school record for touchdown passes in a single season; Dakota Pridemore broke two of his own career records and also caught two TD passes, ran for another, had two interceptions and a 55-yard kickoff return. Josh Butler blocked a punt,

This is only a drill

When the fire sirens blared along Coffee Creek today, a Luther Fire Department engine and truck was headed to a DRILL not a fire. As part of their education efforts, LFD visited the homeschool co-op, The LAB (Luther Academic Barn). Earlier this month, LFD visited Luther Elementary School and Head Start. Just before lunchtime, students

Remembering the Wilksons

“Be big-hearted, kind and gracious and enjoy life. Because we have just one life to live… ” “Ron and Kay were too young to die. They had much to share. We do not understand why there was a sunset at what was the mid-day of their lives. But we know that God is in control,

Turnpike Update

UPDATE: Since we posted this update earlier this week, we had a couple of reader questions. Here are the answers supplied by Jack Damrill, communications director, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. I can’t tell from the map what the blue line on 164th street going west from Luther Road signifies, do you know? DAMRILL: “The blue lines

Week Eight: Loss against Millwood

by Sydney Scheer Football is the light of Luther. The parents, friends, families, and spectators make up our community, and we call them the best motivators. FAMILY is the Lion Football way. They cheer us through the wins and pick us up from a tough loss. Thursday night, the team showing somber faces after Millwood

Police Chief David Randall

The Luther Town Board offered the job of Police Chief to David Randall at Tuesday’s Special Meeting. The selection came after a final round of interviews with four applicants; and forty minutes of discussion in executive session by the four member board. Trustee Ron Henry did not attend. David Randall, 46, currently is a Lieutenant with

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