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Boys & Girls Club Color Run

The Boys & Girls Club annual Color Run was Saturday morning. more

Durant man killed in wreck

A Durant man was killed Monday in a head-on crash west of Bokchito, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. more

Bryan County man accused of illegally installing septic systems

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality wishes to express appreciation to Bryan County Sheriff Johnny Christian and District 19 District Attorney Tim Webster for their work in investigating … more


Felonies filed more

Choctaw Nation hospital in Talihina receives five-star rating

The Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority (CNHSA) Talihina Hospital is among the top 8 percent of the nation’s major healthcare programs, according to the recent Centers for Medicare & Medicaid … more

First Texoma National Bank celebrates its 125th anniversary

Durant’s oldest bank celebrated its 125th anniversary this year. Founded as the First National Bank in Durant, they opened for business on July 11, 1898. more

Ron Cross Senior Activity Center announces new coordinator

Dana Trent has been selected as the new coordinator at the Ron Cross Senior Activity Center (RCSAC). more

Animal control looking for invasive animals

Durant Animal Control officers are looking for non-native animals call Coatimundi that have been sighted in the city limits, the city said. more

Brecheen to have town hall in Caddo

Congressman Josh Brecheen will be holding a town hall from 5-6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18 at the Rock Community building, 211 Buffalo St. in Caddo. more

New Kids on the Block perform at Choctaw

New Kids on the Block played last Friday at Choctaw Grand Theater. more


Felonies filed more

Funeral held for Bennington firefighter

The funeral for Becky McIntyre, who served with the Bennington Fire Department, was Saturday morning at Brown’s Funeral Service with burial following at Boswell Cemetery. The fire departments were … more

Third session of ‘Catholics Returning Home’ to be held

Due to a successful previous presentation, the Committee has decided to offer a second set of programs to those who wish to return to the church. more

Celebrating what makes Durant TREE-mendous

When you think of a great place to live or explore, how often do you envision a tree-lined street providing shade, a haven for birds and filled with the laughter of families? Trees have innumerable … more

Commissioners vote to review bid for jail roof

Bryan County Commissioners voted to accept a bid for a new roof on the jail, but to review the bid prior to possibly awarding it at a later date. more

School starts in Durant

Robert E. Lee Early Childhood Principal Lisa Whitley stands at a crosswalk directing traffic during the start of the 2023-2024 school year Monday morning. more

Southeastern department chair Dr. Rolando Díaz contributes to new book on life of Pepe Serna

Dr. Rolando Díaz, Chair of the Department of English, Humanities, and Languages at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, has helped turn the story of one of the most influential Latino men in … more

Truck overturns near Caddo

A tanker truck rolled at approximately 10 a.m. Tuesday at Miller Road and Highway 69/75 near Caddo, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. more

Choctaw artists’ works sought for Choctaw Landing Resort

Choctaw Landing, the new resort under construction in Hochatown, has announced they are actively seeking Choctaw artists’ work for the new facility. Works are sought in all styles and media, … more

Three Valley Museum announces summer Journey Stories

“Hotter than a Pepper Sprout” is the name given to the summer series of Journey Stories offered by Three Valley Museum according to Nancy Ferris, Director. more
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