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Voters say no to recreational marijuana

A state question to legalize recreational marijuana was defeated state and countywide. more

High school softball coach hired

The Durant Board of Education approved the hiring of a new coach for the Durant Lady Lions softball program. more

Second session of ‘Catholics Returning Home’ to be held

Due to a successful previous presentation of, “Catholics Returning Home,” the Committee has decided to offer a second set of programs to those who wish to return to the church. more

Texoma Audubon presents awards

The Texoma Audubon Society donated binoculars to a Kingston High School class and presented photography awards during a meeting last week at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center & Library. more

City survey results presented

The City of Durant hosted a special council meeting Monday evening at George Washington Elementary School to present the results of the recent online Community Perception Survey. more

United Way Be a Hero 5K

The Bryan County United Way Be a Hero 5K and Fun Run was Saturday morning in downtown Durant. The annual run raises funds for United Way and the agencies it funds. more

Southeastern student receives Gilman International Scholarship

Southeastern Oklahoma State University studio art major Hannah Peterson will have the opportunity to study abroad in the spring as a recipient of The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman … more

SE student wins state title in debate competition

Emilie Thiry, a junior at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, claimed state championship honors in Extemporaneous Speaking at the recent Oklahoma Intercollegiate Forensics Association (OIFA) … more

Dozens of bills heard this week

This week we wrapped up committee meetings and heard dozens of bills. Altogether, the House advanced over 500 bills out of committee. I serve as vice chair of the state’s power committee, and we … more

Choctaw Nation celebrates Read Across America

Chief Gary Batton shares a storybook with students at the Choctaw Head Start Center in Durant for Read Across America Day Thursday, March 2. Assistant Chief Jack Austin Jr. and members of the Choctaw … more

Kayla Poling is a candidate for state FFA office

Kayla Poling, a member of the Silo FFA chapter, is a candidate for state FFA office. Running for the office of southeast area vice president, Poling faces the opportunity of serving more than 29,000 … more

Early voting on state question to legalize marijuana begins

Early voting began Thursday, March 2 for State Question 820 that if passed, would legalize recreational marijuana in Oklahoma. more

Southeastern aviation instructor receives prestigious FAA award

Southeastern Oklahoma State University aviation adjunct instructor Drew Spears is the recent recipient of the Federal Aviation Administration’s prestigious Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award. more

Book Talk to meet March 9

A novel about the magic of books and their power to form bonds between people, “The Reading List,” is Book Talk’s selection for its March 9 meeting. more

Firefighters hose down house, shed fires

The Durant Fire Department responded to a house and a shed fire on Sunday morning. more

Local poetry group meets at Lost Street

A group of local poets called Lost Street Poets has been meeting once per month at Lost Street Brewing Company since January 2022 to share their poems and work on their craft. more

Bikers escort Vietnam veteran to his final resting place

Members of Soldiers of Honor and Three Valley Riders motorcycle clubs escorted the family of Ronald Gardner to Highland Cemetery in Durant last Thursday where his ashes were interred. more

Three Valley Museum Journey Stories

Ken Rainbolt spoke about education at the Choctaw and Chickasaw academies during a Journey Stories presentation Feb. 23 at Three Valley Museum and he is shown with a stick that is the same type used … more

Southeastern participates in annual Higher Ed Day at Capitol

Students from Southeastern Oklahoma State University joined their counterparts from Oklahoma’s other state system institutions at the state Capitol recently to demonstrate the value and importance … more

Colbert graduate among Redlands students attending Capitol Higher Ed Day

EL RENO — From concurrent enrollment classes to the support for STEM degree programs such as nursing, Redlands Community College students see and appreciate the value of Oklahoma’s investment in … more
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