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Wednesday Anti-Turnpike Rally

Rain or shine, there’s going to be another anti-turnpike rally at the Oklahoma State Capitol on Wednesday,   from Noon – 2 pm. Outside if it is not raining. Inside on the first floor if it is. One of the organizers is Paul Crouch who is fighting the Eastern Oklahoma County Turnpike and spoke at

Money in the Water

Luther’s water quality is safe, according to Mayor Lea Ann Jackson. However, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality has some recommendations on how the town can keep better track of its water. Because water is money. DEQ Capacity Development Coordinator Brandon Bowman presented “Luther’s Water Loss Audit” to the Luther Public Works Authority meeting at

Don’t lay that trash on Oklahoma

Don’t lay that trash on Oklahoma Luther. Oklahomans remember the anti-littering advertising campaign of about 20 years ago (go ahead and click on that link for the memories – warning, the song WILL be stuck in your head for a while!). The Luther Public Works Authority offered a “big trash” dump day in April. Current utility customers

Of budgets, spending and Walmart

Sometimes what you learn at a Luther Town Board meeting doesn’t even come from the board discussion or agenda. At Friday night’s meeting, someone in the audience said the empty former Walmart property is listed for sale. Anyone who drives by the empty brand-new building east of town on Hwy 66 might already know that, but it

Champions: Luther FFA Banquet

She shows. He shoots. Two Luther High School sophomores are two-time state champions through their FFA activities. Their hard work, discipline, family support, mentoring from many especially sponsor Holly Drake and talent also factored in to their wins. Johnna Stottlemyre and Jesse Cole are just two of the LHS FFA members who will be presented

Meetings of the Week

UPDATED: The Luther Town Board meeting will be held Friday, May 13, 2016, at 6:30 pm. Agenda coming soon. Mayor Lea Ann Jackson says too many year-end activities with the schools made tonight’s regularly scheduled meeting a conflict for some. Tuesday night the elementary school music program will be held featuring the last concert by

Alumni Celebration Recap

The 2016 Luther Alumni Celebration has come and gone. And it seems a good time was had by all! View links to the parade (ten minutes well spent!), and slideshow of pictures from the day.   SLIDESHOW

Wellston Man arrested for Sex Crimes

From an advisory from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Friday afternoon, OSBI Internet Crimes Against Children Unit agents, a Wellston Police Department officer, and Lincoln County deputies, executed an arrest warrant for Richard Keith Hernandez in the 600 block of Ash Dr. in Wellston. Hernandez (d.o.b. 6/15/1972) was arrested on a dozen complaints involving child

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