Local native suffers loss in Houston hurricane
The graves of Bonnie and Clyde
New company to bring ‘new culture’
New company to bring ‘new culture’
Barrett retires from Bryan County EMS
- The Caddo Corn Carnival - 8:23 pm
- Vegas shooting doesn’t change opinions on guns - 8:23 pm
- Fall Carnival held in Durant - 8:23 pm
- Uber-style ride service offered in Durant - 1:00 am
- TKE builds backyard bonfire - 12:59 am
- Uber-style ride service offered in Durant - 12:50 am
- Streets to be closed for Colton’s Run - 9:07 pm
- Caddo Heritage Day promises full day of musical entertainment - 9:07 pm
- AllianceHealth Durant to offer the non-surgical weight loss procedure - 9:06 pm
- Oklahoma to slash mental health, drug abuse programs - 7:06 pm
- Colbert Frontier Days held Saturday - 9:14 pm
- Joe Clark named deputy chief of police - 8:33 pm
- Marty Pope promoted to Parks and Recreation Superintendent. - 6:11 pm
- Business tax workshop to be held in Durant - 10:13 am
- New basketball league - 9:26 pm
- Wreck at Silo injures driver - 9:26 pm
- Several injured in home explosion - 12:03 pm updated: 9:26 pm.
- Man charged with child abuse - 10:25 am
- Biology Herbarium dedicated to former professors - 10:24 am
- East Central University’s Early Settlement Mediation Program is recruiting new volunteers - 10:24 am
- Encompass provides lunch for first reponders Friday - 10:23 am
- Drew Edmondson to talk at Democrat Federation - 10:23 am
- New Tag Agent in Durant - 9:43 am
- Southeastern to host Texoma College Fair - 10:32 am
- Miss Southeast Oklahoma Scholarship Pageant to be held - 5:41 pm
Oklahoma to slash mental health, drug abuse programs
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Outpatient mental health and substance abuse programs for 189,000 Oklahoma residents, including some addicted to opioids, w...
Colbert Frontier Days held Saturday
Colbert Frontier Days Festival took place Saturday in Colbert.Silent auction, live music and good food were part of the fun.Larry Massey provided musi...
Joe Clark named deputy chief of police
Durant Police Chief David Houser announced that he has selected Joe Clark to fill the position of deputy chief of police. This position was left vacan...
Marty Pope promoted to Parks and Recreation Superintendent.
Longtime City of Durant employee Marty Pope has been promoted to Durant’s new Parks and Recreation/General Superintendent.Pope has over 14 years...
Business tax workshop to be held in Durant
Are you struggling with the taxes for your business? Let us help you! Join us for a “Small Business Tax Basics” workshop on Thursday, Oct....
New basketball league
The Boys and Girls Club of Durant has started a basketball league for its members.Larry Long, Executive Director said, “Varsity Coaches Daniel a...
Durant bids for 3rd straight win against Noble tonight
Each of the past two seasons, Durant and Noble have played historically high scoring football contests with the Lions coming out on the positive end e...
Caddo streak snapped in 24-14 loss to Strother
CADDO – An early injury to starting running back P.J. McClure put the Caddo Bruins behind the eight ball. Coupled with turnovers and inopportune...
Bruins’ Matthew Jenkins named Vyve Player of the Week
Caddo senior defensive lineman Matthew Jenkins was named Friday Night Vyve Player of the Week for his outstanding play in the Bruins’ 42-8 win o...
Friday starts deer gun season for youth
With the first faint hints of autumn color starting to brush some of Oklahoma’s hardwood forests, the mid-October fall of acorns is beginning to...
Caddo looks to continue roll against Strother tonight
As the regular season heads down the stretch, the Caddo football team has put itself in a good position to be playing for the school’s first dis...
Memories of past Southern Arkansas visits
Southeastern football head coach Bo Atterberry is facing the unenviable task of convincing his team that a 1-point loss to Henderson State is not the ...
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Become a friend of the Durant Library during National Friends Week
Durant has a truly excellent resource that has something for everyone. Many of you know this community hub as the Durant Library, or, more formally, t...
Diabetes classes for Type II Diabetics to be held
The Bryan County OSU Extension will be conducting L.E.A.D. “Live Well, Eat Well, Be Active with Diabetes”, program geared for people with ...
Book Talk to be held
A classic existential novel by Albert Camus, “The Stranger,” is Book Talk’s choice for its October 12 meeting at Donald W. Reynolds ...
Book on dinosaur discovery to be held at library
A true story about the discovery of a world-class dinosaur specimen found in Oklahoma will be the topic at a Brown-Bag Luncheon on October 14.Russell ...
Eager OHCE group meets at Clay Jones Community Building
The Eager OHCE (Oklahoma Home and Community Education) group met August 14, 2017 at the Clay Jones Community Building. Phyllis Eggenberg was hostess w...
I have received numerous questions about teacher pay raises. The House passed a bill for teacher pay raises and has a plan for funding it, but it is u...
Working to Preserve Services for District 19
I have spoken to people at the Department of Human Services, and they indicate they have no plans to close the Antler’s office. They said these ...
April showers bring May flowers
There has always been the old saying “April Showers bring May flowers.” When this statement is being said, it seems to bring a smile to pe...
What’s a town hall meeting all about?
Town hall meetings are a long-standing tradition in the United States. It is reported that some small New England towns still have town hall meetings,...
An apology and an explanation
I want to apologize for getting obviously upset at a Chamber of Commerce meeting in Atoka. A person who always is very vocal in voicing their opinion ...
A look at current legislation
I would like to start this report by advising that I continue to receive great reports on my health. God had been very good to me, and cancer has not ...