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Colbert FCCLA officers receive leadership training

Six students from the Colbert Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America chapter recently attended the 2022 Lead Chapter Officer Training Conference. more

Supercomputing thriving at Southeastern

The age of supercomputing is thriving at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. more

Colton’s Run is October 15

The 13th annual Colton’s Main Street Run will be Saturday, Oct. 15 in downtown Durant. more

Speed limit to be lowered on sections of West Main Street

Beginning Friday, Oct. 14, posted maximum speeds on West Main Street will decrease by 10 miles per hour in three specific areas. more

Stacy Shepherd, Semple family to receive Southeastern Alumni Awards at Homecoming

An individual and a family with deep roots to Southeastern Oklahoma State University will be honored during Homecoming festivities on Oct. 21-22. more

Camille Ortiz and Joseph Wenda to perform at Musical Arts event

Camille Ortiz and Joseph Wenda will perform as part of the Musical Arts Series at Southeastern Oklahoma State University on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Recital Hall. more

George Washington School has open house

Community members were able to see Durant’s newest school during an open house Sunday afternoon at George Washington Elementary School on Gerlach Drive. more

ARPA project providing assistance for Oklahoma first responders and military members advances

OKLAHOMA CITY – A state of the art holistic health and fitness center is one of the projects recommended to receive American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds by the Oklahoma House and Senate Joint … more

‘Lovers in the Night’

Ruby Blvd Entertainment performed “Lovers in the Night No. 3” Sept. 18 at Choctaw Grand Theater. more

Autumn activities abound at the library

The Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and Library’s Fall 2022 Activities and Events offer unique ways to stay physically, mentally & financially fit all season long! more

Choctaw Nation Youth Advisory Board announces meeting

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma’s Youth Advisory Board (YAB) Quarterly Conference will be held at Robbers Cave State Park on Saturday, Oct. 8. Members of all 25 YAB chapters in southeast Oklahoma, … more

Durant’s small businesses encouraged to apply for $5,000 grants

The Durant Industrial Authority (DIA) is pleased to announce the Durant Small Business Grant Program to assist with growth and retention of small businesses. more

Three Valley Museum to raffle rifle

The Three Valley Museum is raffling a Bryan County themed commemorative rifle to raise funds for building repairs. more

Southeastern sets all-time enrollment record with 5,376 students this fall

In terms of enrollment, Southeastern Oklahoma State University is the fastest-growing university in Oklahoma over the last 10 years. more

Time capsule buried for Caddo bicentennial

Caddo elementary school students attended an event Monday morning at the Rock Community Building to bring notes to put inside the time capsule that was buried later that evening in front of the … more

Deadline missed for University Boulevard expansion

The completion deadline for the University Boulevard Street Expansion Project has now passed and city attorney Thomas Marcum provided five options to Durant City Council for consideration on how to … more

Calera Days

Hadleigh Bassett counts pumpkins from the Platter Flats Pumpkin Patch, one of the vendors at Calera Days Sept. 10 at city park. more

Earth, Wind & Fire performs at Choctaw

Earth, Wind & Fire performed Sept. 16 at Choctaw Grand Theater. more

Durant resident learns life balance at the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics

Julie Macedo, a resident of Durant and a member of the OSSM Class of 2023, prefers a challenge in the classroom because she recognizes its ability to prepare her to succeed at any college she might … more

Several injured in accidents

A bicyclist was injured last Thursday and on Sunday, two people were injured in a single-vehicle crash, according to Durant Fire Department and Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports. more
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