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October 19, 2017

Community

Then there were four

Four of the eight applicants for Luther Police Chief made it to round two for interviews next Tuesday. They are: Chuck Brewer Ron Lentz Kyle McDaniel David Randall. Although we missed Mr. Randall for the first round introductory article earlier this week, we have connected and Mr. Randall is replying to our questions so readers

Friday night recap

Listen up! Here is the latest podcast from Mitchell Talks. The Luther Lions are hot. Mitchell and Coach Zack Smith talk about the Stroud win … the penalties … and what’s to come, the battle with also ranked Christian Heritage Academy. It’s an away game Friday night. Lion Nation will head south for it, a

On the road again

Meet Gypsy and Old Gray Mare. They are the team leading Ray and Juanita Hascell on an adventure. The Hascells of Tecumseh have been married 50 years so Ray joked this was their “second honeymoon” when they stopped for a refresher on the side of 66 and Luther Road in front of Couch Pecans Wednesday

To be a police chief, meet the applicants

They have law enforcement experience in the city and in small towns. One is a decorated veteran. One pursued justice after the big fire in Luther five years ago. One currently serves as an officer on the Luther Police Department, and another one lives in Luther. One is an expert in training. All of them

Tacos for Pridemore

For your Tuesday evening plans, here’s an option that will take care of your dinner, your civic duty and your generous heart. The First Christian Church is having a fund-raising dinner to help a neighbor. Luther’s Josh Pridemore as he recovers from an August motorcycle accident. Turns out there is also a Town Board meeting

Week 6 v Stroud: WIN

Story and photos by Sydney Scheer The #6 ranked Luther Lions hosted the Stroud Tigers for the 2017 Senior Night and Black Out game Friday night. Before the game, seniors involved in fall extracurricular activities were recognized with their parents. The students received gifts, snacks, candy and a blanket was presented with pictures of each player. There

Clean up crew

A local group of home educating students spent part of their Fall Break to serve the Town of Luther. The group from LAB, Luther Academic Barn, brought rakes, mowers and gloves to take care of the “Veterans’ Park” on the west side of Main Street in downtown Luther. They mowed, trimmed, weeded, swept and did

GOAL, wheelchair accomplished

An unstoppable force of friends and family accomplished a goal over the weekend when the needed money was raised to help 12-year-old Taelor Heron get a motorized wheelchair. Taelor has a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy. While noting that her parents have been battling some insurance issues to get her a new chair, a community

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

October is (almost) here

Football, fund-raisers and festivals. The crisp autumn months bring many activities to get on our calendar. There is much to enjoy and celebrate in Luther this time of year. And some good causes to support. OCTOBER 5 Carnival at Luther Elementary. It benefits teachers and their classrooms. And the cafeteria will be selling fresh cinnamon

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