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People First clients visit Calera Senior Center

Clients from People First Industries of Bryan County visited the Calera Senior Citizens Center last Friday. more

Pride of Durant band camp

The Durant High School Pride of Durant marching band wrapped up its band camp last week as it prepares for the marching season. more

Two injured when driver falls asleep

Two people were injured Saturday when the driver fell asleep at the wheel and rolled the car, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. more

Durant council member charged with DUI

Durant city council member Danny Sherrer was charged Monday in Bryan County District Court with misdemeanor driving under the influence and carrying a firearm while under the influence. more

City of Durant hires new Public Safety Director

The City of Durant recently welcomed new Public Safety Director Brian Heverly. more

SE computer science professor teaches IT Camp for Beginners at Reynolds Community Center and Library

Southeastern Oklahoma State University professor of computer science Dr. Ming-Shan Su recently presented an IT Camp for Beginners at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and Library in Durant. more

Durant man arrested in connection with fire in Georgia

Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King announced that Nexus Christian, 50, of Durant has been arrested in connection with a July 4 commercial structure fire. more

Durant Police Department’s K9 Rufus to get donation of body armor

Durant Police Department’s K9 Rufus will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. K9 Rufus’ vest is … more

Keithley Park gets new playground structure

A ribbon cutting ceremony was last Friday at Keithley Park, 316 N.E. Third Ave., which now has a new playground structure that can accommodate as many as 65 children at a time. City parks director … more

Deputy Taylor Memorial Run held Saturday

The third annual Jarid Taylor Memorial 5K and Fun Run was Saturday in Durant and the event raises funds for Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) more

Caddo Rodeo Parade

Six-year-old Kash Mabry of Kingston was among children in the Caddo Round-Up Club Rodeo Parade Saturday morning on Buffalo Street in Caddo. more

Choctaw Nation to host Chahta Women in Leadership Conference

The Second Annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Chahta’s Women in Leadership Conference will take place Wednesday, Sept. 13. The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma will host this year’s event set … more

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma recognized in ‘Employer of Choice’ competitions

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) has been recognized as an exceptional place to work by both Forbes magazine and HRDUS, a highly respected online journal for Human Resources Directors in the … more

Buntz selected as interim director of the Durant Industrial Authority

Paul Buntz has been selected as the interim director of the Durant Industrial Authority, the City of Durant announced. more


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SE has summer commencement

Bloomer Sullivan Arena hosted two commencement ceremonies at Southeastern Oklahoma State University over the weekend. more

Bishop visits St. William Catholic Church

Bishop David A. Konderla from Tulsa visited St. William Catholic Church in Durant Sunday to bless the windows in the new Parish Hall. One of the windows is dedicated to Native American woman St … more


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Ceremony planned to celebrate Keithley Park renovation

A ribbon cutting ceremony has been planned to celebrate a recent improvement at Keithley Park. The ceremony is scheduled for Friday, July 28 at 6 p.m. more

Umsted appointed by White House to Institute of American Indian Arts Board of Trustees

WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Joseph R. Biden announced recently his intent to appoint Jane Semple Umsted, curator of the Semple Family Museum of Native American Art at Southeastern Oklahoma State … more
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