Two meetings and two nights at Luther Town Hall. On Monday night, the “Rural Urbanism Committee” met for the second of three Public Hearings about a Comprehensive Plan for the Town. But no one from the public showed up. Another meeting is scheduled December 18 at 6 pm at Town Hall. Public feedback is sought
Archives for November 2017
If you like books, baked goods and raffle items, the Luther Armstrong Headstart has a deal for you. To raise money for Christmas gifts for the enrolled students, the Headstart Parent Association is having a Used Book/Bake Sale and Raffle on Saturday, December 2, at the Community Center. If you have books to donate, contact
Former Luther Police Sgt. Mike Oliver is fighting for his job. Dismissed from LPD on November 15, Oliver is expected to pursue an appeals process. A Special Town Meeting Tuesday, November 28, will start the appeal in motion. The agenda item calls for the naming of a review board that state law dictates must be made
The sign driving into Luther off of Hogback Road says that Luther is a “friendly town.” It also says it on the Town’s official website. On Thanksgiving Day, in a quiet way, this community showed it is a friendly and a caring town. The Luther Community Service Center and The Chicken Shack ensured about 220
Luther’s merchants are gearing up for the holiday shopping season with a chance to win $600. The Luther Parks Commission organized the campaign as part of a public-private effort with participation from several donors, restaurants, and shops. Beginning Friday, November 24, participating shoppers can receive one raffle ticket for every $10 spent at participating retailers.
Editors Note: The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office sent this news release today touting activities of the new sheriff. It is shared here (with a couple of typos corrected) for your information. Oklahoma City (Nov. 15, 2017) – In the first eight months since taking over the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff P.D. Taylor has implemented numerous initiatives
He was at the Town Board meeting last night, but Wednesday morning Luther Police Sgt. Mike Oliver announced on his personal Facebook page that he was terminated by new Police Chief David Randall at 8:30 am. Sgt. Oliver had been with the department for ten years. “Due to the fact that this is a personnel matter
I don’t sit here as the superintendent of schools and pretend to know everything. I can take advice from the community,” said Gunn emphasizing that each Luther school has anti-bullying efforts in place.
From Oklahoma County District One: We will be closing Diagonal Road between Harrah road and Dobbs road to replace the narrow wood plank bridge. The detour will be Harrah road between Diagonal and Covell and Covell – Harrah to Dobbs. This project will take 45 plus days depending on weather. This closure will begin tomorrow
Editors Note: The Oklahoma Farm Bureau sent this news release to us today and we are happy to share it with you. The Wilson family of Luther received the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee District Three Farm and Ranch Family Recognition during the organization’s annual meeting on Nov. 10 in Norman, Oklahoma. OKFB’s Farm