Main Street in Luther hosted a trunk or treating party this Halloween. There were super heroes, princesses, zombies and police officers, puppy dogs, little brides, “regular girls,” an entire “pizza parlor” family. It was a beautiful and SAFE evening with lots of candy. Luther’s own DJ Shorty B brought an awesome setup with lights and music
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Right after Michael Vance apparently left Ron and Kay Wilkson’s house after killing them last Sunday night, he apparently drove through the heart of Oklahoma City to the southside where he visited a friend who helped him. Federal authorities arrested Danny L Roach last Friday, October 28, the day of the Wilkson’s double funeral after interviewing
The Chicken Shack will host the Luther Business Meet & Greet, this Thursday night, Nov. 3. Sponsored by The Luther Register, the event is a networking opportunity for business owners, future business owners, local business supporters and all of our neighbors to connect. Our guest speaker Thursday night will be Tim Hight, executive director, Eastern Oklahoma
Candy, games, music … it’s Downtown Trunk or Treat night in Luther for Halloween. Main Street will be shutdown between 6 – 9 pm tonight for costumed children to parade from trunk to trunk and store front to store front for treats. The Chicken Shack, Fire Department and Los Vegas Mexican Restaurant will also be
A long week marred by tragedy and fear ended Sunday night when word came that authorities shot and killed double-murder suspect Michael D. Vance, 38, in Western Oklahoma. It was last Sunday, October 23, when Vance allegedly drove a stolen vehicle to Ron and Kay Wilkson’s house on Covell east of Triple X, brutally killing them before
Word that Michael Vance has been shot and killed by authorities. And a deputy is in critical condition after a shootout in Western Oklahoma.
#11 J. Wilson caught a huge interception to gain Luther another possession on offense.
Wind and dry conditions helped spread a grass fire Friday afternoon across 40 acres in the 14600 block of Coffee Creek. Luther Fire, along with multiple other agencies, stopped the spreading flames from destroying nearby homes and structures. Large billows of smoke were seen for miles around. The cause is under investigation but it appeared to
“We certainly understand the fear in the community, but we must not allow ourselves to be overcome by it. We should always use caution, but walk in our faith as well. Prayers are going up for our community to be healed. God will overcome all of this in His way,” said Pastor Melton.
Elementary School: B
Middle School: C+
High School: D