Under the trees behind Josephine’s Cafe off Main Street in Luther, local veggie growers and goat’s milk soap crafters will gather for the second round of Josephine’s Farmer’s Market. Thunderstorms couldn’t stop the first offering of the market on June 23, when Melissa McRay brought vegetables from her prolific garden. She sold out. Part of the
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Have you dumped your standing water around your house after the rain? Are you spending time outside in the “mosquito hours” around dark? Are you getting attacked by insects on your blackberry and sandplum picking excursions to the deep woods? It’s summer time. The Oklahoma City County Health Department is out with a news release
Everyone is invited! Eddie Steffans is letting us know their annual Happy Birthday America event is this Saturday, June 30. Long-timers know about these epic parties that feature fireworks, live music, lots of food and games, including a dominoes tournament that might last all night. He said he’s butchering a hog for the occasion. If you
ARCADIA – The Mustang Ramblers will present Morning Music from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 7 at the Arcadia Round Barn. Band members are Jimmie and Mara Sides of Mustang, Les and Audrey Calger of Tuttle and Joe Roberson of Del City. They perform country, bluegrass and gospel music, and have played for the
While the state numbers continue to come in on this primary election night, the results were posted at the Luther Community Center after the polls closed at 7 pm. These are unofficial results posted on the door at the Luther Community Center Polling Place. Republican Governor Barnett 6 Fisher 49 Foutch 3 Stitt 63 Lamb
It might be safe to say the hardest working folks in the state of Oklahoma today are employed by the election system. From precinct workers to county secretaries to the staff at the State Office, they’ve had a busy day. Bryan Dean of the Oklahoma State Election Board called us back when The Luther Register
The State Election Board and Secretary Paul Ziriax offer these tips and reminders for Oklahoma voters before they head to the polls for the Tuesday, June 26 State Primary. BE PREPARED AND KNOW YOUR POLLING PLACE Study the candidates before going to the polls. Look at your sample ballot using the election board’s Online Voter Tool at www.elections.ok.gov.
In the House District 96 race, Republican voters will choose between incumbent Lewis Moore and Annette Williams. Moore, from Arcadia, has served in the house for ten years and is eligible for one more two-year term. Williams is from Choctaw and an educator. The HD 96 District includes populous East Edmond plus parts of Luther,
What we REALLY need is to locate more businesses within our borders and to market ourselves so well that we attract both people living INSIDE and OUTSIDE the Town to shop #LutherLocal,” said Mayor White.
Beth LaFave said the building on Luther’s Main Street that is housing her Beth’s Baubles & Bits store is about 100 years old, “and had 100 years worth of problems too!” She laughs about the journey she’s been on to get the building in good shape to become a retail shop. Abandoned for years, the