Fundraiser held for Dorothy Dixon
Fundraiser held for Dorothy Dixon
The mystery of the Moon Mausoleum
Boys, Girls Club buys building
Annual food drive very successful
- School board meets for February - 10:31 am
- Senate panel approves REAL ID compliance measure - 10:31 am
- Tulsa’s former Black Wall Street tries to remake itself - 10:30 am
- Seay-Fietz Family Endowed Scholarship established - 10:30 am
- View Story - 12:33 am
- Fundraiser held for Dorothy Dixon - 12:31 am
- LED lighting installed at courthouse - 12:31 am
- Oklahoma faces $878 million shortfall for upcoming year - 10:05 am
- Events held Saturday at SE - 10:05 am
- County still under burn ban - 10:04 am
- Choctaw Nation opens new clinic - 11:36 pm updated: 12:31 am.
- New police officer sworn in - 9:15 pm updated: 12:31 am.
- Museum to host quilt show - 6:54 am
- Oklahoma lawmaker’s bill sets rules for medical marijuana - 6:53 am
- Tenth annual Choctaw Career Expo coming to McAlester - 6:53 am
- Figures show revenue failure likely - 6:52 am
- Childers retires from OSBI - 10:38 pm
- Rollover on 70E-A - 6:37 pm updated: 1:19 am.
- Fundraiser held for Dorothy Dixon - 8:56 pm updated: 9:02 pm.
- LED lighting installed at courthouse - 8:56 pm
- Wes Watkins to hold book signing - 8:09 pm
- First Texoma National Bank names new CEO and president - 8:09 pm
- The mystery of the Moon Mausoleum - 8:08 pm
- Miss DHS Pageant contestants are picture perfect - 8:18 am
- Tax disagreement prompts resignation from governor’s cabinet - 8:17 am
County still under burn ban
Bryan County remains under a burn ban and Bryan County Commissioners will be voting during a meeting Thursday whether to extend it.The ban, passed Feb...
Choctaw Nation opens new clinic
It was just a drawing and a design last year, but it is a reality for 2017.The Choctaw Nation cut the ribbon on their new Choctaw Regional Medical Cli...
New police officer sworn in
Larry Marcy is Durant’s newest police officer. He was sworn in Tuesday morning at City Hall.Judge Ken Rainbolt performed the ceremony with Marcy...
Museum to host quilt show
Three Valley Museum will host a quilt show and tea on Friday, Feb.24 from 1-3 p.m. featuring the quilts of “Dust Bowl Betty” Garrett.Garre...
Oklahoma lawmaker’s bill sets rules for medical marijuana
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahomans won’t vote until next year on whether to legalize medical marijuana, but a state lawmaker has already intr...
Tenth annual Choctaw Career Expo coming to McAlester
“Now Showing: Your Future” is the theme for Choctaw Career Expo 2017. Now in its tenth year, the Choctaw Career Expo is open to all person...
Caddo state runner-up, Durant second at Holdenville
Powerlifting squads from both Durant and Caddo High Schools turned in strong performances during meets at the end of last week as each took home secon...
Rudolf reaches state, 5 DHS wrestlers place at regional
Although it wasn’t the team finish that they would have liked, the youth-laden Durant Lions wrestling squad notched valuable experience in the C...
Caddo cruises to Class 2A district titles
CADDO – The Caddo Bruins broke things open in the second half while the Lady Bruins rolled throughout on the way to Class 2A district championsh...
Savage Storm baseball falls to Southern Arkansas
Timely hits were very difficult to come by for the Southeastern Savage Storm on Saturday afternoon as they dropped a pair of games to Southern Arkansa...
Tushka sweeps Allen for Class 2A district crowns
TUSHKA – It was a tight one throughout but the 13th ranked Tushka boys survived Allen, 47-45, to finish off a sweep of the hardware in the Class...
Rock Creek boys roll by Savanna for district crown
For nearly two months, Rock Creek boys coach Rob Frederick has been in search of the same type of intensity he saw from his youthful squad prior to th...
Cecille Kampplain honored locally and internationally
Cecille Kampplain was recognized as Valentine Girl at the Beta Sigma Phi’s Valentine Banquet held at Cevichi’s Restaurant in Durant on Feb...
Tax workshop to be held
A “Small Business Tax Basics” workshop will be held on Thursday, February 23, from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. at the REI Oklahoma’s Conferen...
Adults should have a power of attorney
In the event life should take an unforeseen turn. Every Adult should have a Power of Attorney in place.What Is a Power of Attorney?Durable Power of At...
Colbert FCCLA members compete in regional STAR events
Eleven students from Colbert High School’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter competed in Regional STAR Events (Stu...
Busy dancers boast a successful year
What do canned goods, a movie night, trophies, a swimming party and Christmas have in common? How about the Smiling and Talented dancers from DS Dance...
Health care is under attack
The attack has already begun! I mean the first attack to tear down and throw away our health care act that was giving more than 20 million of us the c...
DAV helps woman obtain wheelchair
In a time when the news seems to be more bad than good we just thought we would share the kindness that we were shown by the Disabled American Veteran...
To the good folks of Durant
Wow. It’s been nearly 40 years since I had the honor of cutting the ribbon to open Gail Farrell Drive, a new road connecting US 69-75 and North ...
Heads I win, tails you lose
Most of us, when we look back over our childhood, can remember at least one playmate who was no pleasure to hang out with. The little girl who had to ...
From the desk of Representative Justin “JJ” Humphrey
I feel it is important to keep the voters of District 19 informed about what is occurring within their state government. With that in mind, I will be ...
Reader says Trump acts like a little boy
There was once a little boy who always blamed his sister whenever he was about to get into trouble. Whether the cookie jar had been raided, a vase had...