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Crash near Caddo kills two

Two people were killed Saturday in a single-vehicle crash near Caddo, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. The driver, 50-year-old Sharon E. Grinstead and passenger, Monte M. Mitchell, 54, Cary, … more

Pride of Durant captures awards

The Pride of Durant High School Marching Band received multiple awards in two recent competitions. During the recent Tigerpalooza Bron Warren Memorial Marching Band Contest at East Central … more

Former police officer who lost battle with COVID laid to rest

The funeral for a former Calera police officer was Monday at the Calera High School Gymnasium with a graveside service following at Rose Hill Cemetery in Calera. Forty-nine-year-old Scott Bryant … more

Hunger Coalition updates resource list

“One of the most asked-for items” is how United Way Director Pam Robinson describes the Resource List compiled by her office and the Bryan County Coalition Against Hunger. Originated in … more

Southeastern enrollment tops 5,000 for second year in a row

For the second year in a row, fall enrollment has topped the 5,000 mark at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. This fall, Southeastern’s enrollment is 5,328 students – the … more

Leadership Durant visits Cross Point

The Durant Area Chamber of Commerce Leadership Durant group visited Cross Point Camp at Kingston last week and they did the challenge course which teaches team building. In this exercise, Ellie Flynn … more

Durant High School Choir has dessert dinner

Kyle Clements sings during the Durant High School Choir Dessert Dinner fundraiser last Thursday on at the Bell Tower Event Center. Lydia Raines, Kaiten Hudson and Cammie Palmer perform during the … more

Bullard gives legislative update

Oklahoma State Senator for District No. 6 David Bullard spoke recently and he presented updates on abortion, the Second Amendment and expressed concerns about the country moving toward … more

SE Live event for prospective students set for Oct. 6

SE Live – the largest event for high school and transfer students interested in attending Southeastern Oklahoma State University – is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 6, at the Durant … more

State Secretary of Health visits Southeastern vaccination site

The COVID-19 vaccination event at Southeastern Oklahoma State University Sept. 8 drew the attention of an interested visitor. Kevin Corbett, Secretary of Health and Mental Health for the State of … more

Donald W. Reynolds Library – Fall Activities & Events

The Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and Library releases a robust Fall Activities and Events schedule. These free programs began last week and offer something for everyone in the … more

Bid awarded for weather radar

Durant City Council approved a bid for a Doppler radar system that will close a gap in weather radar coverage for the county. Earlier this year, it was announced that Durant would receive $1.6 … more

Virtual networking for women entrepreneurs

Join REI on Friday, October 1 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM for a free virtual networking opportunity for Oklahoma women. Presented by the Oklahoma Institute for Rural Prosperity, Oklahoma MBDA Business … more

REI Women’s Business Center celebrates 20 years

REI Women’s Business Center is celebrating 20 years of connecting, educating and inspiring Oklahoma’s entrepreneurial community. Oklahoma’s only Women’s Business Center, … more

Michael Kelly to perform in concert Oct. 5 at Musical Arts Series

With nearly two decades of experience as a performer and educator, American baritone Michael Kelly has led a versatile and multifaceted artistic career. He will be the next performer as part of … more

K9 officer visits WI class

Mrs. Lenderman’s third-grade class at Washington Irving would like to say a big thank you to the Durant Police Department for coming and talking with their class about safety and bringing Boar, … more

Distinguished Alumni have ‘sporting look’ at SE

Southeastern Oklahoma State University will honor three Distinguished Alumni during homecoming festivities October 15-16. This year’s honorees are Bill Brock, Greg Duffy, and Mike Metheny. … more

Choctaw Nation presented resolution by chamber

The Durant Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors presented the Choctaw Nation a resolution of support recognizing Indigenous Day. Indigenous Day is on the second Monday of October to honor … more

Choctaw Development Fund awards more than $300,000 to towns of Kenefic and Calera

In September, The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) and the Choctaw Development Fund (CDF) awarded the town of Kenefic $202,850 and the town of Calera $145,000. Both towns will be using the funds … more

Council approves plat for new homes

Durant City Council approved a request by Heritage North Subdivision for a preliminary plat for 116 lots where single-family homes will be built near Larkspur Lane and Prairie Crossing. During … more
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