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Farm and ranch outreach tour to be held Tuesday

On Tuesday, June 21, USDA (FSA, NRCS & RMA) will be co-sponsoring its annual farm tour that organizers say will be a diverse tour and USDA updates will be provided as well that should cover most … more

Local authors have book signing at library

Many local authors had a book signing June 4 at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center & Library. Shown are, Dawn Corbett, C.R. Pugh, Carolyn Fajardo, Sandee Westmoreland, Raelie Stone, Emerie … more

Bokchito Homecoming Parade

Many lined the streets for the parade Saturday morning during Bokchito Homecoming. The day-long event included food trucks, vendors, corn hole tournament, live music and a DJ. more

Man drowns in Red River

A Sherman, Texas, man drowned Sunday in the Red River near the Carpenter’s Bluff Bridge, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. more

Summer camps in full swing at Southeastern

The summer camp season is in full swing as Southeastern Oklahoma State University is hosting/providing activities for students of almost every age. more

Bond election to be held to fund new EMS facility

Bryan County Commissioners approved a request by Bryan County EMS to set a bond election Aug. 23 that if approved, would fund a new facility for the ambulance service. more

Bryan County 4-H offers fun and educational Summer Day Camps

Attention youth looking for something fun and exciting to do this summer. Come join us at the 4-H Summer Day Camps to learn new things while having lots of fun. Youth must be 8 years old, completed … more

Caddo Sesquicentennial hits the streets

The Caddo Community Association hosted a street dance, downtown on Buffalo Street, Saturday, May 14th. Caddo street dances, in recent years, have been held at the end of Heritage Day, but for the … more

State auditor visits Durant

Oklahoma State Auditor Cindy Byrd praised Donald Trump and spoke of her office’s audit of Bennington earlier this year when she visited Durant last week. more

Annual Magnolia Festival held

Collin Gordon of the Durant Fire Department reacts to a turtle held by Jason Reynolds during the Magnolia Festival turtle race Saturday at Choctaw Event Center. more

Magnolia Festival turtle race

A turtle race was held Saturday afternoon during the Magnolia Festival at the Choctaw Event Center. more

Durant’s A.I.R. program completes year one

The first year of Durant A.I.R. (Aviation Inspired Recruits) is complete. This program focuses on aviation and aeronautics from grades 6 through 12 at Durant Public Schools. Students learn about … more

Ron Cross Senior Activity Center grand opening set June 13

The highly anticipated grand opening of Durant’s new Ron Cross Senior Activity Center is set for Monday, June 13 from 2-4 p.m. more

Caddo High School graduate receives Engles scholarship

Isabella Shipman, a 2022 Caddo High School graduate, is the second recipient of the Anita Jeanette Engles Memorial Scholarship. Shipman will be attending the University of California at Berkeley this … more

Good grades earn rewards for Choctaw STAR students

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma’s (CNO) Success Through Academic Recognition (STAR) Program is again rewarding tribal members for academic excellence. STAR provides Choctaw students, in second … more

Prospective Teacher Academy held at Southeastern

Teacher Education was one of the cornerstones in which Southeastern Oklahoma State University was founded on in 1909, and that tradition remains alive and well today. more

Mayor Grube speaks to Fortnightly Club

Durant Mayor Oden Grube gave an update on city projects during a recent meeting of the Durant Fortnightly Club at Three Valley Museum. more

Jackson Fletcher, the only one who ran away

For many years, showing up for one’s own execution was a matter of honor and fear among the Choctaws. They believed in law and justice and accepted punishment for their crimes. They also believed … more

Southeastern honors outstanding faculty and staff members

A number of individuals were honored recently at Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Faculty-Staff Recognition Celebration. more

Choctaw Nation announces 2022 Labor Day plans

The 2022 Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival will return this year after being canceled for two years due to the pandemic. The festival will take place on the Tvshka Homma Capitol Grounds Sept. 2 … more
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