The Kiamichi Technology Centers' Board of Education has selected Joy Culbreath to fill the unexpired term of Zone 5.
Spring time is almost here and for many young ladies that means prom. Once again the Kiamichi Technology Center Stand for the Silent anti-bullying organization is giving away prom dresses.
Theatre at Southeastern and the Southeastern Department of Music proudly present, “Les Miserables” starring talented young artists from not only two different departments but also from neighboring towns in the Texoma region. One of these...
Municipal candidate filings for Achille began at 8 a.m. Monday.Linda Fahrendorf, secretary of the County Election Board, said the filing period ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 4.
CALERA - The Veterans of Foreign Wars Bryan County Post No. 3916 announces Mrs. Tracy Whitaker, a Calera High School teacher, as a local winner of this year's Smart/Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher Award.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3 for the Silo Public Schools bond election.The election is for a building bond and a transportation bond for the school district.
Daniel Cullum of Durant waits his turn for weigh in Saturday morning during the Bryan County Junior Livestock Show at the fairgrounds. The show continued that day despite the wintery weather of the past couple of days.
The Bryan County United Way will soon be hosting the second annual Hunger's End 5K and Fun Run.United Way will be partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Durant to put on the event at 9 a.m. March 7.
One group of professionals got a good look at the education in Durant last week.
The Southeastern Oklahoma State University Speech and Debate Association (SSDA) stormed into Oklahoma City for the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Forensics Association (OIFA) State Tournament on Feb. 20-21.
Theatre at Southeastern and the Music Department proudly present, “Les Misérables” starring talented young artists from not only two different departments but also from neighboring towns in the Texoma region. One of these talented...
A Durant woman is facing a felony charge of child neglect after authorities say she left three small children unattended inside a vehicle.
A Calera man is headed to prison for being a felon in possession of firearms.Thirty-three-year-old Jacob Dustin Houser pleaded no contest Thursday to possession of a firearm after former conviction of a felony.
A vehicle carrying mail for rural areas burned Thursday in Durant, according to the Durant Fire Department.Firefighters were dispatched at 10:23 a.m. to the alley behind 1606 W. Maple St. where a vehicle caught fire.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — With wind energy production in full swing in Oklahoma, legislative leaders are looking to impose some new restrictions on the booming industry.
La Cage aux Folles Takes the Spotlightat University Theatre
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is seeking the public's help in finding a pickup that caused a Calera police officer to roll his patrol car, OHP said.
Cold, wet weather did not stop Durant residents from giving back to those in need Tuesday as two major fundraising events were held in town.
The Three Valley Museum in Durant will be getting its 15 minutes of fame this coming Saturday as it is featured on a statewide travel segment.
Editor's note: The courthouse has been closed the past two days due to weather and the Bryan County Election Board requested this be posted online, even though the deadline is 5 p.m. today, Feb. 25.
All 100 FFA students in Durant High School tried out for the archery team but only 16 made the cut and they are proving why as they head to state competition soon.
Two children were flown from the scene of a crash Saturday evening in Calera and one of them remains in critical condition.
While students enjoy snow days and the scenery gets a white coat, roadways in Bryan County have become slick with ice.
The steering committee named to create Oklahoma's new standards for math and English language arts, after some delays, is moving quickly to meet its deadlines.
Durant educators received a surprise visit on Friday from a woman representing the needs of all Oklahoma educators.