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Buntz appointed to school board

Paul Buntz has been appointed to the Durant Board of Education and he took the oath of office at the board’s meeting Monday. He replaces board member and president Janie Umsted, who recently … more

Native American art on display in new Choctaw hotel

A great way to honor Native Americans during Native American Heritage Month is a visit to Choctaw’s new hotel/casino tower in Durant. Not to gamble, but to tour the updated property’s … more

St. William Altar Society has meeting

On November 2, 2021, the ladies of the St. William Altar Society met in the Holy Family Parish Hall for their monthly meeting. President Diane Grote opened the meeting with a prayer. Since … more

Children of St. William celebrate All Hallow’s Eve

On October 31, 2021, St. William Catholic church celebrated Halloween (All Hallow’s Eve or All Saints’ Eve) with a “trunk and treat” and a chili cook-off. Halloween began … more

SE to present annual candlelighting

The Department of Music at Southeastern Oklahoma State University will present the 101st Annual Candlelighting Concert on Monday, December 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Montgomery Auditorium on the Durant … more

Higher Education Chancellor Glen D. Johnson Selected for Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges Hall of Fame

Oklahoma State System of Higher Education Chancellor Glen D. Johnson was recently selected for the Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges Hall of Fame. He was recognized during the OACC’s … more

Rotary Club sponsors cornhole tournament

The Durant Rotary Club had a cornhole tournament and silent auction Saturday at Lost Street Brewing Co. Proceeds will be used for purchasing county third graders a dictionary and “Buddy … more

Durant Soccer Club has last games of season

Durant Soccer Club had its end of season games Saturday at the Durant Multi-Sports Complex. The season will start up again in spring 2022. more

Magnolia Events & Designs ribbon cutting

Magnolia Events & Designs, 105 S. Second Ave., had a ribbon cutting recently from the Durant Area Chamber of Commerce. Owner Tara Metts has more than 20 years of party and event planning … more

Bee’s Kitchen ribbon cutting

Bee’s Kitchen, 305 W. Main St., Suite C, had a ribbon cutting recently from the Durant Area Chamber of Commerce. Located in the heart of Downtown Durant, Bee’s Kitchen provides its … more

NWH Fall Family Fun Night

Northwest Heights Elementary School had its Fall Family Fun Night last Thursday and there were many activities for children. Shown are, Deacon Alexander, left, and Deklyn Roberts. Cannon Earthman … more

Bryan County Bar Association to receive state bar award

The Bryan County Bar Association is receiving the Outstanding County Bar Association Award for its continued commitment to the community and its members. The award will be presented at the 117th … more

University Boulevard expansion project underway

The University Boulevard expansion project is underway and beginning this past Monday, crews were onsite placing construction signage and traffic control devices for Phase I of the … more

Southeastern Chorale to perform Fall Concert on Nov. 18

The Southeastern Chorale of Southeastern Oklahoma State University will present its Fall Concert, New Beginnings: Songs of Perseverance, Hope, and Joy, on Thursday, November 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the … more

University celebrates first-generation students, alumni

Each year, approximately one-half of the graduating class at Southeastern Oklahoma State University is comprised of first-generation graduates – the first in their family to earn a college … more

Bennington man killed in wreck

A Bennington man died from his injuries after a head-on crash with a truck on Monday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. Twenty-six-year-old Jordan L. Cottingame was taken by Bryan County EMS to … more

Both County vaccination rates, cases rise

Statistics released by the Bryan County Health Department show that, as Covid vaccinations are increasing, disease cases are still on the rise. As of the end of October, 52% of Bryan County … more

Remembering the Armstrong Bridge

According to the dictionary a bridge is a “structure built to span a physical obstacle without blocking the way underneath. It is constructed for the purpose of providing passage over the … more

Annual Veterans Day Parade will be November 11

The 2021 Veterans Day Parade will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 11 in downtown Durant. The theme this year is, “Investing in the Next Generation of Veterans.” Parade line-up begins … more

Silo Cemetery maintained by volunteers and donations

On Sept. 10, 1901, a five-acre tract of land was set aside for a cemetery in Silo, Indian Territory. For $50, the town of Silo purchased the land from the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations with the … more
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