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August 16, 2018

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Worth Watching

It was an interesting August meeting for the Luther Town Board of Trustees. We broadcast the meetings on FB Live and you can watch here. The meeting agenda was full resulting in many decisions, and also included some controversy on a couple of issues, including whether a manufactured home can be brought into Town, even

Opening at Luther PD

The Luther Town Board met in executive session at its August 14 meeting to consider the employment of Officer Anthony Butler who was arrested last week on domestic violence and other complaints. The closed-door session lasted only minutes. Back in open session, the four members present voted unanimously to terminate Butler’s employment. Board member Trandy

Jones Water Boil Order Lifted

It’s been a quite a week over in Jones. The State Department of Environmental Quality issued a boil order for the Town’s water system last Saturday. As of Friday morning, word comes from Jones Mayor Ray Poland and confirmed by DEQ that the boil order has been lifted. As of Thursday evening, the Jones Public

Officer Butler released on Bond

Luther Police Officer Anthony Butler was released from the Oklahoma County jail. His bond was $18,500. Butler was arrested Sunday night on several complaints: asssault and battery upon a police officer (misdeamenor) domestic abuse by strangulation two counts of misdemeanor domestic abuse in the presence of a minor child. Butler was suspended without pay from

Vintage Cars at the Round Barn Sunday

ARCADIA – Members of the Sooner Model A Club will bring their vintage cars to the Arcadia Round Barn on Sunday, Aug. 12, during the monthly Round Barn Rendezvous. The Rendezvous, a jam session featuring local musicians, is from Noon to 4 pm, beneath the giant shade tree on the north side of the barn. Some seating is available

Season Opener, Luther Softball

by Jacob Factor, The Lion Reporter The storm that blew through much of Oklahoma Tuesday caused a rain delay but left a pleasant 80-degree temperature for the Lady Lions Fastpitch home season-opener against the Crescent Tigers under Head Coach Kayla Radke.  It was a rollercoaster of a game; ultimately the Lions couldn’t keep up with

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