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Victory Life hosts first Governor's Prayer Breakfast in Durant

U.S. Senate Chaplain says Oklahoma needs fervent prayer. more

Powerful tools for caregivers coming to the area

The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative (OHAI) Southeast Center of Healthy Aging and the Durant DFW are collaborating to provide the Powerful Tools for Caregivers program. The classes will be held at … more

Dean outlines plans for city

Durant City Manager John Dean plans to improve the City of Durant by addressing concerns raised by citizens and Durant City employees. more

Massey School of Business earns accreditation extension

The John Massey School of Business at Southeastern Oklahoma State University is one of 48 schools worldwide to have earned an extension of accreditation for its business programs from The Association … more

Vietta recognized as instructor of the year

John Vietta was awarded the 2019 Instructor of the Year by the Fire Service Instructors of Oklahoma. Vietta is a proud Choctaw tribal member and a 22-year veteran of the fire service. He serves as a … more

Man found guilty of manslaughter during robbery

A trial concluded Wednesday with a guilty verdict for a man accused of being involved in a robbery that led to the victim’s death. Twenty-nine-year-old Daniel Wayne Dailey of Trenton, Texas, … more

Durant Police K9 honored on retirement

Durant Police K9 Baron, a 12-year-old Slovakian German Shepherd, received a gift basket of chew toys and the gratitude of city leaders and the Police Department at a retirement ceremony before the … more

Durant voters approve sales tax extension

According to unofficial results released by the Oklahoma State Election Board, Durant voters approved a 20-year extension of the one-cent Capital Improvement Sales Tax Tuesday. Official results … more

Don't expect armed teachers in Durant for time being

State Sen. David Bullard, Oklahoma-District 6, has authored a bill that will allow local boards of education to authorize teachers with proper licensing and specific training to be armed in the classroom. more

Should Bryan County be a Second Amendment Sanctuary?

Should Bryan County be declared a Second Amendment Sanctuary? more

Sheriff declares Bryan County Second Amendment sanctuary

Bryan County Sheriff John Christian joined at least four other Oklahoma sheriffs in declaring his county a Second Amendment Sanctuary, Friday morning. Christian acknowledged there are no immediate … more

‘Super Saturday’ set for February 22 at Southeastern

Southeastern Oklahoma State University will once again host “Super Saturday’’ – one of the year’s biggest events on campus – on February 22. As many as 600 … more

Durant Police K9 retires

Durant Police K9 Baron, a 12-year-old Slovakian German Shepherd, received a gift basket of chew toys and the gratitude of city leaders and the Police Department at a retirement ceremony before the … more

Durant voters approve sales tax extension

Voters in Durant approved a 20-year extension of the one-cent Capital Improvement Sales Tax Tuesday. Calera voters approved one bond issue and rejected another and a Rock Creek Independent School … more

SE sets all-time record for spring enrollment

Enrollment records continue to be broken at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. This spring’s enrollment of 4,744 students is the largest enrollment ever recorded in a spring semester … more

Man convicted of armed robbery

A Dallas man is facing 40 years behind bars after a jury convicted him of robbing a convenience store. A trial concluded Feb. 4 for 51-year-old Raymond Glenn Johnson who was charged in July 2017 … more

Top court strikes petition over insufficient gist

The Oklahoma Supreme Court ordered Initiative Petition 420, a plan to overhaul redistricting in Oklahoma, stricken from the ballot because the gist of the petition was insufficient. An IP 420 … more

State's top court strikes redistricting question from ballot

The Oklahoma Supreme Court ordered Initiative Petition 420, a plan to overhaul redistricting in Oklahoma, stricken from the ballot because the gist of the petition was insufficient. An IP 420 … more

Gaddis & Gaddis Wealth Management Celebrates 25 Years

This year, Gaddis & Gaddis Wealth Management celebrates its 25th anniversary as a leading independent financial services firm with Oklahoma offices in Ada, Ardmore, Durant and … more

Important info for Feb. 11 election

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the Feb. 11, 2020 Rock Creek and Calera School Bond Election and Durant Special Proposition Election Bryan County Election Board Secretary Kimberly Norris … more
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