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Durant’s small businesses encouraged to apply for $5,000 grants

The Durant Industrial Authority (DIA) is pleased to announce the Durant Small Business Grant Program to assist with growth and retention of small businesses. more

Three Valley Museum to raffle rifle

The Three Valley Museum is raffling a Bryan County themed commemorative rifle to raise funds for building repairs. more

Southeastern sets all-time enrollment record with 5,376 students this fall

In terms of enrollment, Southeastern Oklahoma State University is the fastest-growing university in Oklahoma over the last 10 years. more

Time capsule buried for Caddo bicentennial

Caddo elementary school students attended an event Monday morning at the Rock Community Building to bring notes to put inside the time capsule that was buried later that evening in front of the … more

Deadline missed for University Boulevard expansion

The completion deadline for the University Boulevard Street Expansion Project has now passed and city attorney Thomas Marcum provided five options to Durant City Council for consideration on how to … more

Calera Days

Hadleigh Bassett counts pumpkins from the Platter Flats Pumpkin Patch, one of the vendors at Calera Days Sept. 10 at city park. more

Earth, Wind & Fire performs at Choctaw

Earth, Wind & Fire performed Sept. 16 at Choctaw Grand Theater. more

Durant resident learns life balance at the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics

Julie Macedo, a resident of Durant and a member of the OSSM Class of 2023, prefers a challenge in the classroom because she recognizes its ability to prepare her to succeed at any college she might … more

Several injured in accidents

A bicyclist was injured last Thursday and on Sunday, two people were injured in a single-vehicle crash, according to Durant Fire Department and Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports. more

Choctaw Nation Tribal Council approves FY 2023 budget

TVSHKA HOMMA – The Choctaw Nation Tribal Council unanimously approved a $2.1 billion comprehensive expense budget for fiscal year 2023 during the Tribal Council session on Sept. 10. The expense … more

Durant Parks and Recreation launches new online reservation system

Green spaces and facilities managed by Durant Parks & Recreation are now available to reserve online. more

Feeding Hope has inaugural glow run

Feeding Hope, an organization formerly known as Families Feeding Families, held its inaugural Glowing with Hope 1-mile fun run and 5K run last Friday evening at the Choctaw Community Center. more

School board approves field trip, new hires

The Durant Board of Education approved a couple of field trips and new hires for the 2022-2023 school year during its monthly meeting Monday. more

High school students, transfers invited to SE Live open house

SE Live! – the largest open house for high school and transfer students interested in attending Southeastern Oklahoma State University – is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the Durant campus. more

St. William Altar Society has meeting

On the morning of September 6, 2022, members of the St. William Altar Society met in the Holy Family Parish Hall. While they were enjoying a delicious brunch, they held their first meeting of the … more

SE Homecoming activities scheduled for Oct. 21-22

Southeastern Oklahoma State University will celebrate Homecoming with reunions, alumni awards, golf, football, and a lot more Oct. 21-22. more

Southeastern Musical Arts Series to celebrate 50th season

Six performances will highlight the celebration of the 50th season of the Musical Arts Series at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. more

Firefighters respond to transformer fire, motorcycle crash

Durant firefighters extinguished a transformer fire and assisted at the scene of a crash involving a motorcycle on Monday. more

Bryan County Free Fair

Durant Master Patrol Officer Josh Mullins gives out hats during school day Friday morning at the Bryan County Free Fair. The annual fair began Wednesday, Sept. 7 and ended Saturday, Sept. 10. Winners … more

Firefighters present training course to third graders

Durant third graders participated in a fire department training course in honor of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and to teach them about the challenges faced by first … more
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