Kemp High School is a treasure trove of history
Christian sworn in as sheriff
Police spread Christmas spirit
Prayer held for local law enforcement
Shop with a Cop held
- Washington Irving celebrates 90 years - 11:28 pm updated: 12:38 am.
- Coaches, players hold third reunion - 11:28 pm
- SE students participate in MLK Day of Service community activities - 8:51 am
- Calera Council holds meeting - 8:50 am
- Bypass exit construction begins - 8:59 pm updated: 1:14 am.
- Man shot by deputy charged - 12:07 pm
- Girl donates blankets to fire department - 12:31 am
- Blanket giving girl receives gifts - 8:04 pm
- McDonald’s Teacher of the Month - 8:04 pm
- U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear custody case - 10:24 pm
- EDC holds meeting - 10:08 pm updated: 7:58 pm.
- Kemp High School is a treasure trove of history - 9:38 pm
- Library to get heater for the homeless - 8:59 pm updated: 8:37 am.
- Northwest Heights releases honor roll - 10:05 am
- Southeastern to be involved in community projects on MLK Day - 10:05 am
- View Story - 12:36 am updated: 7:22 pm.
- City Council meets for the new year - 12:36 am updated: 7:47 pm.
- Raffle raises money for New Life House - 9:18 pm
- Voter registration deadline is Friday - 10:14 am
- Resident graduates from New Life House - 10:14 am
- Ethics officials clear Trump EPA nominee Pruitt - 10:13 am
- State agency seeks $42M cash to prevent furloughs, rate cuts - 10:13 am
- Space heater catches chair on fire - 10:13 am
- Sheriff: Armed man shot by law enforcement - 12:20 am
- Durant Industrial Authority meets - 12:20 am
U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear custody case
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the custody case of a Choctaw child who was placed with extended family in Utah under terms of the Indian ...
EDC holds meeting
The Durant Economic Development Council met Monday at the Durant Chamber of Commerce building, office of Tommy Kramer. A special guest traveled to Dur...
Kemp High School is a treasure trove of history
An old, rock building caught my attention during a drive to Kemp one afternoon.This was once the Kemp High School and though its windows were boarded ...
Library to get heater for the homeless
An art show and sale was held last weekend at the Durant library.First grader Maggie Martens, age 6 said, “I think they’re good and I like...
Northwest Heights releases honor roll
Northwest Heights Superintendent’s Honor RollFirst Grade:Aiden Barrineau, Jace Beaver, Olen Beaver, Bayler Black, Avery Blackburn, Boston Browde...
Southeastern to be involved in community projects on MLK Day
Southeastern Oklahoma State University will observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 16. Classes will not be held, but the University wil...
Soper girls, Bennington boys post tourney wins
CALERA – The fight for the Bryan County Tournament crown got underway Monday night at Calera with a pair of play-in contests to reach bracket pl...
SE splits pair with rival East Central
Coming off two big conference wins, Southeastern was looking to extend its streak to three in both mens and womens showdowns with rival East Central o...
Wednesday, Jan. 18Basketball: Southeastern at Southwestern, 5:30 (MIX 96.1 Broadcast)Thursday, Jan. 19Basketball: Moore Tournament - Durant girls vs. ...
Silo girls, Boswell boys advance in county tourney
SILO – The Annual Bryan County Tournament got off to an exciting start Monday night as Silo’s girls and Boswell’s boys survived play...
Caddo upsets state ranked Rattan
CADDO – The Caddo Bruins were underdogs going into Friday night’s showdowns with visiting Rattan but the Bruins beat the odds, sweeping th...
Lions survive furious 4th quarter for McAlester split
McALESTER - A 26-point second half lead for Durant disappeared in rapid fashion but the Lions were able to hold on at the end to top the McAlester Buf...
Conditts to celebrate 50th anniversary
Larry and Margaret Conditt of Durant are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.Larry and Margaret got married January 21st, 1967, 50 years ago at...
Parenting classes to be offered
The Bryan County OSU Extension announces their upcoming free parenting education classes.A parenting class geared for parents with children ages 5 to ...
OHCE to host New Year’s resolutions solutions
The Bryan County Oklahoma Home & Community Education (OHCE) would like to invite the public to attend the “New Year’s Resolutions Solu...
Bentley awarded December CTE Student of the Month at DHS
Brayden Bentley has been nominated and awarded Career and Technology Education (CTE) Student of the Month at Durant High School. To be considered for ...
Dr. Jane Hicks to lead Book Talk
A gripping, convincing novel, “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, will be discussed at the January 12 meeting of Book Talk at ...
Chamber coffee network to be held at McDonald’s
A new year means a new start to the Chamber’s weekly Coffee Network event.We invite you to join us each Wednesday morning at 8:30 a.m. for this ...
Reader says Trump changes directions
Well, well!Donald Trump changes direction again. While he was running his campaign against Hillary Clinton, he was afraid he might lose, so he started...
The Season for Changes
Thanksgiving has gone and Christmas is upon us. The year 2016 is coming to an end and 2017 is about to begin. The weather was once warm and now the we...
The rights of residents and help from an ombudsman
Long-term care ombudsmen are advocates for residents of LTC nursing homes, Residential care Facilities and assisted living facilities. Ombudsmen provi...
Volunteer this year
Are you concerned about the needs of older people? Do you have two hours a week to spare to volunteer? Would you like to enrich the lives of residents...
Legislators must adequately fund education
The failure of State Question 779, which would have increased the sales tax statewide to give teachers a pay raise and to better support educational i...
Division is our greatest enemy
Not my president.How many times has that floated across your Facebook feed or been dropped into general conversation?Chances are, more than once.It is...