Durant City Council meets at 4 p.m. Tuesday at city hall for its regular monthly meeting.Council members will discuss the following agenda items:- Street closings March 7 for Hungers End United Way 5K run and 1-mile fun run
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — With as many 3,000 bills filed every year and rank-and-file legislators complaining they have little input in the state budgeting process, support is growing among Republican leaders to have every other session dedicated...
Bryan County students got an early look at career opportunities Thursday at the first ever Career Discovery Day at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
House fires about an hour apart Thursday in Colbert and Cartwright are believed to have been caused by arson, according to authorities.
The Bryan County Relay For Life kick-off meeting Thursday revealed changes to the event as this year's team captains gathered.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A Ten Commandments monument on the Oklahoma Capitol grounds that was destroyed by a man who drove into it was replaced Thursday with an exact replica.
People driving on First Avenue in Durant might not know what the building is that stands along Beech Street between First and Second avenues. But First Baptist Church Associate Pastor Philip Stephens said that soon will change.
A man authorities said stole a deputy sheriff's vehicle and led officers on a pursuit that ended with shots fired has pleaded no contest to the charges.
The Mental Health Services of Southern Oklahoma in Durant is asking for aid in providing warmth to some of its clients as temperatures drop this winter.
This year AARP Tax-Aide, the nation's largest free volunteer-operated tax assistance and preparation service is seeking volunteers.
Silo Elementary School conducted its 22nd annual science fair Dec. 18. Students were presented awards according to grade level and category.Fourth gradePhysical Science
A competency hearing for a murder suspect has been delayed again.
TALIHINA — Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority announced it has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval® for Hospital Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal...
BOLEY (AP) — An Oklahoma prison inmate who walked away from a minimum security facility on New Year's Eve was the fourth inmate to escape from the prison in less than a week, according to state prison officials.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma faces a tough budget year ahead that will include cuts to public services, the state's newly elected Republican legislative leaders warned their colleagues on Tuesday after they were formally elected to their...
A trial for an embezzlement case against former Oklahoma state senator Jay Paul Gumm is set to begin next week in Wiggins, Miss.
A home burned late Sunday in Durant, according to the Durant Fire Department.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A Republican state senator's proposal to make it illegal for people to conceal their identity in public is drawing criticism from people who say it could ban hoodies in Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Several Republican Oklahoma legislators are criticizing Attorney General Scott Pruitt for his decision to join Nebraska in a lawsuit against Colorado over that state's legalization of marijuana.
Sunday was a bittersweet day for Durant First United Methodist Church as the site for old memories is being left behind and new memories are beginning.
The new year has begun and that means Journey Stories are back at the Three Valley Museum.Three Valley Museum will once again present a series of informative and interesting stories which depict a person or...
DURANT – In the summer of 2013, Salita's Mexican restaurant co-owners Mark and Markita Rawlings were scuba diving in Mexico. The boat only held a few people, two of whom were a Costco Wholesale Corp. vice president and her husband.
“Interlopers,” a fast-paced novel by award-winning science-fiction writer Alan Dean Foster, is Book Talk's choicefor its 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8 meeting at Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and Library.
It is not too early in the season to learn more about turfgrass and landscape maintenance.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Supporters of a ban on texting while driving in Oklahoma are renewing their push for more restrictions ahead of the legislative session, and several bills already have been filed to make it illegal.