Colbert second and third grade students learned the importance of healthy lungs as they were challenged with tug-of –war, hop scotch and relay races on the Great American Smokeout day Thursday.
MUSKOGEE -A jury found a former Choctaw executive guilty Thursday evening of federal bribery and theft charges.
The Durant Ministerial Alliance will host its annual Community Thanksgiving Worship Service for the entire community at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, at Durant First Presbyterian Church, 15th Avenue and Elm Street.
This year has flown by, and Thanksgiving is already right around the corner. For many of us, this means traveling to spend the holiday with friends and family, near and far. So the Durant Police Department wants to remind everyone that no matter how...
A woman is facing rape and “sexting” charges after an investigation by the Durant Police Department into allegations she had sex with a minor and sent pictures and texts of a sexual nature.
MUSKOGEE (AP) — A former Choctaw Nation official has testified that he accepted gifts and cash from several contractors.
Despite conversation on social media about the Lakewood Volunteer Fire Department in Bryan County, only one community member attended a meeting of the board to address issues that have come to light.
Two Durant Head Start centers gathered as Pilgrims and Indians to share a Thanksgiving feast and entertainment.
Durant firefighters have put out several small fires during the past few days, according to department reports.
The Choctaw Nation continues to spotlight local tribal artists during monthly Meet the Artist events highlighting a special piece of Choctaw heritage.
A trial is continuing today in Muskogee for a former Choctaw Nation executive indicted on federal charges of bribery and theft.
Sen. Josh Brecheen has begun his second term after being officially sworn in during a special oath of office ceremony at the Capitol on Tuesday.
Caddo Community Association presented a welcome bouquet to new business owner, Teresa Percell. Southern Babes Boutique, located at 107 W. Buffalo Street in Caddo, welcomed their first customers on Caddo Heritage Day, Oct. 18. Teresa says she has...
Eight teams competed in the first-ever “Planes, Trains and Brains” fundraiser for the Three Valley Museum held at the Massey Building on West Main Street Friday night.
The Durant Retired Senior Volunteer Program has launched its annual Coats for Kids coat drive early this year due to unusually cold November temperatures.
The Durant Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Main Street Barbecue into the chamber family last week.
Beginning Nov. 15, the Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma will help area residents learn about and enroll in health insurance options on the Health Insurance Marketplace.
The Friends of the Donald W. Reynolds Library will be hosting its annual Holiday Craft Sale Thursday, Dec. 4 and Friday, Dec. 5 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and...
“Once a Lion, always a Lion.”
The Calera Police Department recently obtained two new transportation items that were discussed in a Thursday meeting of the town council.
A vacant mobile home burned Thursday on Platter Road near Calera.
City council made two motions that will mean new faces in city council and Durant Industrial Authority during the November meeting Wednesday.
A heating unit is believed to be the cause of a fire Wednesday evening that scorched a Choctaw-owned office building.
Pastor Al Gilbert and Amanda Williams staged a protest Monday concerning same-sex marriages in Durant, but not against any law.
Durant and Bryan County residents spent Veterans Day just the way it was intended, celebrating those who fought for our country.