‘A Legend In His Own Time’
Indian Territory Museum Home of Caddo’s hidden treasures
Fundraiser held for Dorothy Dixon
Fundraiser held for Dorothy Dixon
The mystery of the Moon Mausoleum
- Every 33 seconds a child is in a car crash - 10:18 am
- County Democrats elect new officers - 11:15 pm
- Ribbon cutting held in Heavener for Choctaw Nation Travel Plaza, Casino Too - 7:37 pm
- Oklahoma church creates replica from ‘The Shack’ - 7:37 pm updated: 7:46 pm.
- Stained glass windows refurbished - 5:26 pm
- Police arrest three for suspicion of prostitution - 3:42 pm updated: 11:15 pm.
- Oak Ridge Boys perform at Grand Theater - 1:37 pm updated: 1:38 pm.
- Agenda full as Oklahoma Legislature nears halfway mark - 10:05 am
- Legislature approves $34 million funding infusion for DHS - 10:05 am
- Preparing indoor plants to move outdoors - 10:20 pm
- Judges Powers honored for child advocacy work - 10:20 pm
- City outlines plan for Albertson’s Grocery - 10:18 pm
- Traffic rerouted Friday with truck fire - 3:31 pm updated: 9:34 am.
- Oak Ridge Boys perform at Grand Theater - 2:38 pm updated: 2:40 pm.
- DHS director warns of potential ‘unthinkable’ cuts - 11:18 am
- New Choctaw dictionary dedicated, now available - 9:29 am
- Candidates speak at community forum - 12:54 am updated: 2:13 am.
- Lawmaker charged with child prostitution resigns - 9:13 am
- Youth busted as part of a mock raid. - 10:19 pm updated: 9:13 am.
- Late Choctaw Councilman Ted Dosh honored at community center - 9:58 am
- 4-Hers learn to sew - 9:56 am
- 2017 Miss DHS crowned - 9:56 am
- Lawmaker charged with child prostitution filed odd bills - 9:56 am
- Bryan Hotel wins award - 8:53 pm
- Rock ‘n’ roll legend Chuck Berry dies at 90 - 10:28 pm
Judges Powers honored for child advocacy work
Every year the Oklahoma Court Appointed Advocates Association and Post Adjudication Review Board honor Oklahomans who have dedicated their time to hel...
City outlines plan for Albertson’s Grocery
The Durant City Council is considering an incentive package to get Albertson’s to Durant.Representatives from Provident Realty Advisors recently...
Traffic rerouted Friday with truck fire
A truck with tires on fire quickly spread to the rest of the vehicle, according to reports Friday morning. A double box trailer truck carrying potenti...
Oak Ridge Boys perform at Grand Theater
The Oak Ridge Boys are in concert Friday March 24, 2017 at Choctaw’s Grand Theater.Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge boys recently spoke with the...
DHS director warns of potential ‘unthinkable’ cuts
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma’s Department of Human Services would be forced to close 11 county offices and slash funding to a dozen progr...
Durant track at Madill
MADILL – The Durant High School track team notched several outstanding performances, including a host of first place medals in the Madill Invita...
Southeastern splits weekend softball series
Southeastern and Ouachita Baptist did the splits here Saturday and Sunday in Great American Conference softball action.The LadyStorm fell 5-3 in Satur...
Durant boys 2nd, girls 3rd in Noble soccer tourney
Quality performances were the story of the weekend as the Durant Lions took second and the Lady Lions third in the Noble Rose Rock Soccer Invitational...
DHS bats stifled in first district loss to Edison
TULSA - A return to District 5A-3 competition on Monday did not turn out as well as the Durant Lions had hoped as they were knocked from the unbeaten ...
Durant Lions bomb rival Ada, 21-2
On a day fully made for hitters Thursday, the Durant Lions took advantage of a gusty south wind blowing out to leftfield to bomb the visiting Ada Coug...
Area Baseball Roundups
Calera 6, Wright City 3In a battle of ranked foes, Calera continued on unbeaten with a solid win over Wright City in the Kingston Tournament opener.Th...
Outstanding BPA students heading to Orlando for National Leadership Conference
Top students from Kiamichi Technology Center-Durant will be attending the Business Professionals of America 2017 National Leadership Conference, ̶...
Fortnightly Club holds meeting
The ladies of The Fortnightly Club of Durant, celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on Thursday, March 9th in the lovely home of Mrs. Tommy Hitchcock. Mr...
Gardening with kids
Kids are so fascinated by how things grow. First planting with something that looks dead, a seed, and then watching it grow into a plant that changes ...
Bryan County Democratic Convention to be held today
The Bryan County Democratic Party will hold its biennial convention at 2 p.m. today at the Bryan County Health Department, 1524 Chuckwa in Durant.Coun...
Parenting Classes to be offered
The Bryan County OSU Extension announces their upcoming free parenting education classes.A parenting class geared for parents with toddlers, “1,...
Business tax workshop to be held in Durant
Are you struggling with the taxes for your business? We can help. Join us for a “Small Business Tax Basics” workshop on Thursday, March 23...
Trump has contempt for the media
I want to state my concern over Trump’s disparaging remarks and outright contempt for the media. He has been selective about which media coverag...
Local Democratic women are on the move
To let you know our Democratic women are on the move. At our last meeting, our president, Margaret Taylor and her daughter, told of all the marches th...
Making the right choices in the nursing home
“It was a nice warm and beautiful day. Got up, went to the bathroom, then looked at the clock and realized it was 11 o’clock in the mornin...
Father’s Rights Bill introduced
The Oklahoma 56th Legislature’s first session of 2017 has begun. Unintentionally, in the first week I have managed to spark a national debate wi...
Journalists are more important than ever
Like all young children, I had many ideas about what I would be when I grew up – reporter (like April O’Neal!), doctor, lawyer, reporter (...
Trash is a problem in the city
As a Durant resident, I have been picking up a variety of waste materials and dumped debris on my neighborhood street and property for years. It is ha...