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Garden beds placed at new senior center

Several organizations teamed up to provide five raised garden beds in a greenhouse at what will be the Ron Cross Senior Activity Center at 1421 Chuckwa Drive. more

Highland Cemetery records now preserved electronically

How big is your family tree? Have you ever wanted to know more about your great-grandparents or ancestors? more

Caddo to have another Sesquicentennial event this February 21

On Wednesday, Feb. 2, The Civic and Cemetery Club of Caddo met for their monthly meeting at First Baptist Church of Caddo. more

Pride of Durant has pie auction

The Pride of Durant High School Band had its annual pie auction Saturday at the Bryan County Community Building and raised $4,065 for the program. Sydney Cubley shows one of the desserts that was auctioned by John Teel. more

Your hearing health

Do you remember the joy of hearing well? Can you recall the ease of hearing natural sounds that were clear and easy to distinguish? The latest technology makes a real difference in your ability to hear in different sound environments. Even outside on windy days! Add the ability to effortlessly personalize your sound and you have a hearing aid tailored to your hearing needs – and your life. more

Primary care is important to overall health

Creating a plan with your provider is key to better health at all stages of life more

Butterfield Overland Mail route went through Bryan County

In 1858, Butterfield Overland Mail venture started. John Butterfield bought many horses, mules, 100 stagecoaches, and he hired drivers. more

Donald W. Reynolds Library is newest FamilySearch affiliate library

Donald W. Reynolds Library is the newest FamilySearch Affiliate Library. more

County Covid cases show big decline

Bryan County experienced a better than 50% drop in new Covid cases for the week ending February 8th, accord to Bryan County Health Department figures. more

Calera teen killed in crash

An accident last Friday killed a 14-year-old Calera girl and caused minor injuries to a couple of other teenagers, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. more

Colbert voters approve school bonds

Colbert voters approved two school bonds for building upgrades and school buses during a special election Feb. 8, according to Bryan County Election Board returns. more

Eating a balanced diet supports your heart health

The new updated dietary guidelines from the American Heart Association focus more on your overall eating habits rather than a list of no-no’s. Taking in sufficient nutrients will support your heart health and general well-being over your lifetime. Research on dietary patterns have found 14% to 28% lower cardiovascular disease mortality among U.S. adults with high compared with low adherence to high-quality dietary patterns. more

Discover Oklahoma films in Durant

Film crews for Discover Oklahoma, a weekly television program produced by the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department, was in Durant last week to film for an upcoming espisode. more

HVAC technology program coming to Kiamichi Tech – Durant

Beginning Fall 2022, Kiamichi Tech – Durant Campus will offer a new career training opportunity. The application period is now open for adult and high school students to apply for the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technology program. more

Public invited to airport meeting

The public is invited to attend, ask questions and give feedback about the direction of and development plans for Durant’s Regional Airport – Eaker Field. more

150 years of Caddo history

Caddo’s Great Fire more

Southeastern senior receives prestigious Gilman Scholarship

Jordanna “Jordie’’ Morris, a senior accounting major at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, is a recipient of the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. more

Governor’s State of the State places focuses on economic development

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt delivered his annual State of the State address on Monday and economic development, workforce and infrastructure played major roles in the speech and highlight the work being done at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce to support Gov. Stitt’s agenda, the agency said, in a news release. more

Meals on Wheels receives funds from blood drive

A recent blood drive sponsored by Bryan County not only collected blood donations but also raised funds for a local program that delivers meals to senior citizens. more

Winter storm covers county

A winter storm that moved in Feb. 3 left the county covered with ice and snow and this picture was taken in downtown Durant that morning. There were some scattered power outages and a few accidents but no major damage was reported. Utility crews brought trucks to the Durant Multi-Sports Complex the day before and the Oklahoma National Guard also assisted. Schools were closed for the remainder of the week and most offices closed as well with some having delayed openings on Friday. more
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