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Playoffs Round Two. Win.

photos and story by Sydney Scheer UPDATE: The Luther versus Adair game will be at 7pm (new time), Friday, Nov. 25, at Wilson Field. Oklahoma’s weather showed its true colors for the Friday night game at Lindsay. The cold front moved in and everyone came bundled and huddled together for warmth. With the rain hitting on

Pecans, Cookies and Marketing

What a day! Luther, you know November 15 is the day when our town gets an annual influx of visitors. They drive in from miles around to head to one place: Couch Pecan Orchard. They came. Folks were lined up by 8am to grab their treasure of beautifully shelled drupes (that’s an official name) for

Water Problems on the Surface

When we open up our faucets, we expect water to come out. It’s not a modern convenience, it’s an expectation. When a water main broke in Luther Sunday night, and the main water was shut off to the whole town, we were all reminded about the labyrinth of underground pipes and valves that run under

Water Main Break in Luther

The entire Town of Luther is out of water, following a water main break Sunday night on Southwest Third between Main and Apple Streets. The break happened early Sunday evening and Luther Public Works Authority crews quickly assembled to fix the problem. Water is cut off while the break is fixed. Thanks to LPWA, LFD and

HEALTH: Ask Dr. Olsen

At our last installment we considered the following question … Dear Dr. Olsen, I am being told it is time for a total knee replacement.  For years I have worn a brace and taken injections in my knee but it doesn’t work anymore.   I have heard about a “partial knee replacement”.  What is the difference?

Playoffs Round One: WIN

[supsystic-gallery id=8 position=center] Photos and Story by Sydney Scheer The 2016 first round playoffs kicked off Friday, November 11. Only half of the football teams in the state of Oklahoma would participate, and the Luther Lions made the cut. The stakes are high from here on out. The loser goes home to get ready for

Honor a Veteran Today (and every day)

Luther Schools honored our Veterans today during  a school-wide assembly Friday afternoon organized by Dena Stephens.   Fifth grader Rhett Wile read a poem he wrote during the assembly. For a refresher about how Veterans Day began as an official holiday, read this from history.com: On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of

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