Fundraiser held for Dorothy Dixon
The mystery of the Moon Mausoleum
Boys, Girls Club buys building
Annual food drive very successful
Mardi Gras is theme for chamber banquet
- 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
- House passes bill ending electric chair executions - 8:17 am
- Girl wants Chick-fil-A - 8:31 pm updated: 8:35 pm.
- DHS Choir performs with Foreigner - 8:27 am
- Plans to change voter-approved drug laws face backlash - 12:13 am
- City Council meets for February - 12:12 am
- Boys, Girls Club buys building - 12:12 am
- Citizens speak at City Council meeting - 11:38 pm updated: 11:47 pm.
- Sex harassment in statehouses easy to conceal - 10:50 pm
- Caddo voters approve $1.4 million school bond - 10:49 pm
- House bill would end Red River land dispute - 10:49 pm
- Early Settlement Mediation Program recruiting volunteers in the Durant area - 11:32 am
- Bills would change how Oklahoma judges are chosen, retained - 10:59 pm
- Annual food drive very successful - 10:59 pm
- New DIA/EDC member sworn in - 10:58 pm
- Firefighters continue putting out grass fires - 10:58 pm
- Mardi Gras is theme for chamber banquet - 10:58 pm
- Prune fruit trees in February - 10:50 pm
- Durant Fire Department responds to several fires - 10:49 pm
DHS Choir performs with Foreigner
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Plans to change voter-approved drug laws face backlash
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Some Republicans in the Oklahoma Legislature are pushing back against voter-approved changes in November to soften drug pos...
City Council meets for February
The Durant City Council met Tuesday evening at Durant City Hall for the regular meeting.The council approved two special event permits.One for “...
Boys, Girls Club buys building
The 100-plus-year-old former Durant Middle School which has housed the Boys and Girls Club for several years, has been the property of Durant Independ...
Citizens speak at City Council meeting
The Durant City Council met Tuesday evening for the regular monthly meeting.In addition to routine business, the topic of Durant Police Chief David Ho...
Sex harassment in statehouses easy to conceal
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — When Carol Johnson landed a position as a legislative assistant in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, she saw it as an ...
Savage Storm drop opener to Muleriders
For five innings it was a classic pitcher’s duel in the home opener for Southeastern’s baseball squad on Friday afternoon at the Ballpark ...
Lady Mustangs bow out
BOKCHITO – Second chance points were the story Friday night as Tishomingo pounded the offensive glass in force while toppling Rock Creek’s...
Durant junior high wrestlers Cory Hicks and Tagen Jamison recently captured Oklahoma Junior High All-State recognition after claiming championship tit...
SE women comeback for win at SNU, men fall short
BETHANY - The Southeastern women recovered from a rough second quarter and a nine-point halftime deficit, putting all five starters in double-figures ...
Area Basketball Roundup
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Achille boys fall to perennial power Red Oak
ATOKA – Achille sophomore Cy Burden scored a layup off the opening tipoff in Thursday’s night Class A regional winner’s bracket cont...
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...
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...
Boy Scouts launch largest annual food drive
On February 11, the Boy Scouts of America will kick off its 28th annual Scouting for Food drive collecting food donations for the needy in the Grayson...
Happy birthday mom!
Mrs. Doretha Gordon, lifelong resident of Durant Oklahoma, will be celebrating her 90th Birthday this week. Doretha worked for and retired from the U....
Fortnightly Club holds meeting
The Fortnightly Club of Durant met Thursday, January 26, 2017, in the home of Mrs. Mark Campbell with Ms. Sharon Morrison as Co-hostess. Before the me...
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...
Trump is doing well as a rookie … so far
Dear President-Elect Trump,Good job for a rookie thus far. I understand you’re used to some top-drawer stuff, but not sure anybody needs to spen...