Industrial Authority still searching for new director
School board calls for state to approve raises
Hailey Bond named Miss DHS 2018
Gubernatorial candidates hold first town hall in Durant
Community Facilities Authority welcomes new members
- Child injured in wreck - 7:05 pm
- BrucePac receives OSRHE Business Partnership Award - 7:04 pm
- Procession for Dallas firefighter comes through Durant - 7:03 pm
- Irish prime minister, Choctaw Nation chief announce scholarship - 4:57 pm
- School board calls for state to approve raises - 4:56 pm
- SE to serve as host site for free medical services - 1:04 pm
- Business tax workshop to be held - 1:03 pm
- Durant City council meets tonight - 1:02 pm
- Hailey Bond named Miss DHS 2018 - 1:02 pm
- Gubernatorial candidates hold first town hall in Durant - 10:24 pm
- Oklahoma teachers group plans April 2 walkout without raise - 9:56 am
- Community Facilities Authority welcomes new members - 7:39 pm
- Team Triston event coming Saturday in Caddo - 7:39 pm
- Durant teacher announces bid for state senate - 7:39 pm
- Caddo fire displaces disabled woman - 7:38 pm
- Taste of Durant held - 3:26 pm
- United Way Fun Run held - 3:25 pm
- Choctaw Nation Online Academy available - 3:24 pm
- Thousands of eggs to be dropped near Fusion Bible - 3:23 pm
- Calera crash - 3:56 pm
- Miss DHS Pageant begins March 10 - 2:15 pm
- Man charged with multiple counts of child neglect - 2:15 pm
- Oklahoma Academy to hold Gubernatorial Candidate Forum - 2:14 pm
- Choir performances held - 9:34 am
- Local Pastor makes controversial remarks before Oklahoma senate - 8:55 pm
Oklahoma teachers group plans April 2 walkout without raise
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The president of Oklahoma’s largest teacher’s organization said Thursday that teachers will walk out of their c...
Community Facilities Authority welcomes new members
Four new members of the Durant Community Facilities Authority were sworn in Tuesday, with a fifth member appointed pending a recommendation from the c...
Team Triston event coming Saturday in Caddo
“I’m sorry but recovery for Triston is not an option” resonates in the minds of those that were there during the final days. On May ...
Durant teacher announces bid for state senate
Jon Hazell, the Oklahoma Educator of the Year from Durant, is jumping into the race for Oklahoma State Senate District 6.Hazell, a teacher at Durant H...
Caddo fire displaces disabled woman
CADDO – A disabled woman and her puppy are homeless after a Wednesday fire destroyed the double-wide mobile home she moved into in February.Mich...
Watson claims conference honors after big week
LadyStorm softballer Elexis Watson has been named Great American Conference Freshman of the Week following the series victory over SouthwesternThe rig...
Barker leads Lady Lions to 3rd place finish
KINGSTON – A picture perfect day greeted teams at the Annual Durant Lady Lions Golf Invitational at Chickasaw Pointe on Monday.And while the def...
DHS soccer splits pair at Duncan
Another defensive gem kept the Durant Lady Lion soccer team undefeated Friday night at Duncan while the boys saw their luck run out in a third consecu...
Redskins drop overtime thriller in championship
OKLAHOMA CITY - INTENSE!! That is the best word to describe Saturday’s Class 3A state championship game. From the first tip, they were two great...
Kingston girls nipped in Class 3A state finals
OKLAHOMA CITY - It was ever so close, but in the end the relentless Kingston Lady Redskins had a tough time closing out the game perennial power Sequo...
Durant baseball blanks Broken Bow, 9-0
Senior Cade Ogden yielded singles to three of the game’s first four hitters but settled in to hold Broken Bow hitless the rest of the way for a ...
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Beta Sigma Phi donates to Pregnancy Center
On February 28, four members of Laureate Alpha Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi ignored the pouring rain to meet at the Pregnancy Center in Durant to fulf...
Book Talk to be held at Donald W. Reynolds Community Center & Library
A prize-winning young-adult novel, “The War that Saved My Life,” is Book Talk’s choice for its March 8 meeting at Donald W. Reynolds...
High school sweethearts marry
High school sweethearts Robert Thomas and Sandy Williams became Mr. and Mrs. some 40 years later on Feb. 10, 2018, in San Antonio, Texas. The couple...
Laureate Alpha Xi has luncheon
Members of Laureate Alpha Xi traveled to Bonham, Texas for a luncheon given by member, Jean Hancher. Upon arrival, members were given a tour of her ho...
Leadership Durant to host Taste of Durant
Get ready for an evening of food and fun on Saturday, March 3 at the Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC) on the campus of Southeastern Oklahoma S...
Roads, when will they become a priority?
Over a year ago I learned the city has not sealed cracks in our roads for over two years. I visited with the city manager and informed him that we wer...
Leaving home to find something better
The Durant Democrat recently ran a front-page article with the headline ‘The best country in the world.’If you don’t have a copy of ...
Go along to get along
This appears to be the way of our city council, past and present. No one wants to do the heavy lifting. The city faces many financial challenges. Our ...
Filling the hole
It has been some time since my last correspondence. The reason for my delay in writing is that I simply do not know what to say. To say I am frustrate...
Readers say Trump is betraying people who elected him
It’s sad to see the way President Trump is betraying the very people who put him into office. Many of them believed, according to interviews wit...
Resident says city makes ‘bad deals’
Why does the City of Durant make bad deals?In 2006, the city of Durant entered into a contract with North Star Development to extend Larkspur Lane to ...