The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is seeking the public's help in finding a pickup that caused a Calera police officer to roll his patrol car, OHP said.
Cold, wet weather did not stop Durant residents from giving back to those in need Tuesday as two major fundraising events were held in town.
The Three Valley Museum in Durant will be getting its 15 minutes of fame this coming Saturday as it is featured on a statewide travel segment.
Editor's note: The courthouse has been closed the past two days due to weather and the Bryan County Election Board requested this be posted online, even though the deadline is 5 p.m. today, Feb. 25.
All 100 FFA students in Durant High School tried out for the archery team but only 16 made the cut and they are proving why as they head to state competition soon.
Two children were flown from the scene of a crash Saturday evening in Calera and one of them remains in critical condition.
While students enjoy snow days and the scenery gets a white coat, roadways in Bryan County have become slick with ice.
The steering committee named to create Oklahoma's new standards for math and English language arts, after some delays, is moving quickly to meet its deadlines.
Durant educators received a surprise visit on Friday from a woman representing the needs of all Oklahoma educators.
Durant residents who recently received tickets for distracted or inattentive driving are now getting dismissals in the mail.
Durant residents got a lesson in self-preservation at the Three Valley Museum Thursday evening as Durant Police Capt. Mike Woodruff taught them about active shooter defense.
The Bryan County Courthouse received a passing grade in a recent stress test but an outside corner of the building is blocked off for potential safety issues.
A Durant man convicted of second-degree murder for a beating that resulted in the victim's death is scheduled to be sentenced Monday.
An arraignment was set for a man accused of robbing a liquor store in Durant and a pharmacy in Calera.
The first of two meetings about an upcoming bond election was held Wednesday evening at the Silo School cafeteria. Superintendent Donna Anderson spoke about why she has chosen to go out for a transportation bond rather than a building bond as the...
A Fort Smith, Arkansas, man authorities said led officers on a chase that ended up in Marshall County and then back into Bryan County was charged Tuesday with multiple felonies.
The Certified Healthy Oklahoma Program has recently designated Southeastern Oklahoma State University at the excellent level as a campus.
Kiamichi Technology Center Durant is proud to nominate Cassidy Ash for the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education's Breaking Traditions Award. Cassidy is a second-year student in the Computer Networking Technology Program. She is...
Washington Irving Elementary School saw the highest ever participation in this year's science fair with 58 students showing off their experimenting skills.
Most college students don't exactly look forward to being summoned to the President's Office. It no doubt brings back childhood memories of being sent to the Principal's Office.
The Durant Police Department has officers working overtime to enforce traffic laws in areas of the city that have the most accidents.
Carter Healthcare is proud to announce that in the expansion of its Health Care Services, they have recently added Lynsey Ballew to the team. Ballew comes with a wealth of experience within the Home Health and Medical industry, having spent time as an...
Bentley Seymore is a 6-year-old boy living in Durant, playing video games, reading books, taking his nightly nutrient supplements and getting blood transfusions.
Governor Mary Fallin announced Friday the formation of the Governor's Education Advisory Committee.Committee members include representatives of K-12 schools, Career Technology centers, and colleges and universities.