A local group aims to scare because it cares this month. Primrose Haunts presents Talon's Market and Slaughter House, a haunted house that gives back.
County Commissioners discussed issues at the Bryan County Fairgrounds during a meeting Monday morning.
In what is becoming an annual tradition, Southeastern Oklahoma State University once again ranks among the nation's leaders in producing Native American graduates.
Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled “SE Live Open House and Native American Visitation Day'' for Wednesday, November 12, on the Durant campus.
Native veterans, language preservationists, artists, a renowned female ceremonial dancer and a former Chief of the Choctaw Nation were among those recognized at the sixth annual AARP Oklahoma Indian Elder Honors recently held in Oklahoma...
One member of the Bryan County Coalition Against Hunger passed on to other members a story a friend tells about his wife, who is a Durant second-grade teacher.
Several people have been charged with drug and property crimes this week.
After a combined 32 years of service to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, local OHP Communications Lt. Tom Garner has retired from service.
Durant Mayor Jerry Tomlinson joined the Bryan County Drug Court graduates as they celebrate their release from the program in September. Shown in back are, Coordinator Samantha Dimas, Matt Olsen, Brittani Newton, Dustin Eggenberg, Debra Cox, Mayor...
The Durant Rotary Club was recently joined the club's District Governor Bob Dill as 12 members were elevated to the ranks of the Paul Harris Fellowship.
Nathan Benton, full-blood Choctaw, and wife Aline Benton, full-blood Cherokee, met in youth while at the Haskell Indian Institute, what was then a high school and is now known as Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan. They have been...
Southeastern Oklahoma State University will celebrate Native November with a variety of events beginning on the first day of the month and concluding on Nov. 19. The celebration is sponsored by Southeastern's Native American Center for Student...
Southeastern Oklahoma State University will celebrate Homecoming 2014 on Oct. 23, 24 and 25.
The Durant City Council met Tuesday evening and heard concerns from citizens and addressed traffic issues in Durant.
The Choctaw Nation hosted a day-long workshop meant to train and prepare victims of domestic abuse as well as the professionals who help them in Durant on Sept. 19. The event was held leading into October's Domestic Violence Awareness Month,...
Vehicles lined the border of a common highway stop last weekend as a the Choctaw Nation decided to show off the tribe's artists at the Choctaw Travel Plaza.
The Durant Independent School District Board of Education held its regular monthly meeting Monday at its new date on the second Monday of the month.
The Durant Veterans of Foreign Wars, the National Guard, Civil Air Patrol, Bryan County Sheriff's Office, Durant Police Department and Durant Fire Department for a flag retirement ceremony this weekend.
The Durant Police Department responded to shootings Sunday evening and early Monday morning.
St. Catherine's House is basic and no-frills, in its location and method of operation, but it fills a vital role in providing food (also personal-care items and clothing) to needy people in Durant and Bryan County.
The Durant City Council will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday at council chambers for its regular monthly meeting.
The Rodeo Queen and runners up for the annual Durant Round Up Club's annual Frontier Days Rodeo recently received their rewards.
Durant Main Street's monthly art walk had something special this month as Durant student artwork was displayed beside local artist's pieces.
Some 300 original works of art by Texoma area artists will be on exhibit Oct.17, 18, and 19 at the 53rd Fall Festival and Art Show at the William Ray Memorial Park Community Building in Madill. The show, open to the public, is free, and refreshments...
The Bryan Conservation District held its annual Essay and Poster Contest in September. There were twenty one students from Mrs. Hogan's eighth grade class at Durant Middle School who participated in this year's essay contest. Haley Morgan...