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Southeastern choirs seeking community involvement

The choirs at Southeastern Oklahoma State University are gearing up for a new season of music making, and are looking to recruit some local talent. And Dr. Abby Musgrove, newly-appointed Director … more

Memorial run for fallen deputy raises $4,000

My name is Taylor Shipp and I am Jarid’s cousin. I was the organizer for the inaugural Jarid Taylor Memorial 5k and Fun Run. Jarid and I grew up more like brother and sister. He was an amazing … more

Rock Creek graduates receive scholarships

Each year, the Bokchito/Rock Creek Alumni Association honors the memory of a beloved former teacher, Mrs. Jessie Williams, by awarding a scholarship in her honor to a graduating senior of Rock Creek … more

Names released in Calera murder-suicide

The names have been released of three people killed in what authorities called a murder-suicide July 31 in Calera. When Calera police arrived at the home on Choctaw Road, they found a mother and … more

Explosion at marijuana facility injures one

One man was injured during an explosion and fire at a state-legal marijuana growing facility Aug. 5 on Mead Cemetery Road, the Bryan County Sheriff’s Office said. Bryan County Undersheriff … more

Body found on SE campus identified

The deceased male discovered Monday in a vehicle on the campus of Southeastern Oklahoma State University has been positively identified, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said. Arvell … more

Fall classes begin August 16 at Southeastern

Southeastern Oklahoma State University is looking forward to the beginning of fall classes on August 16. Southeastern will offer a normal schedule of in-person classes in the fall. Also returning … more

Grandson recalls 1970 murder of his grandmother

Durant lost its innocence when a prominent woman was brutally murdered in her home almost 51 years ago, a grandson of the victim recalled, during a recent Journey Stories presentation at Three Valley … more

Pride of Durant marches in band camp

After facing a year full of COVID related obstacles, it’s almost back to business as normal for The Pride of Durant band as they began preparations last week for the 2021-2022 school … more

Local softball icons back to lead Rock Creek

While Bryan County has emerged over the last few years as one of the softball hotbeds in the state of Oklahoma, the perennial power program at Rock Creek had seemed to take a step … more

Meals on Wheels program forms partnership with Alliance Health

Starting this week, Durant’s senior citizens receiving Meals on Wheels are having their meals prepared by chefs at Alliance Health that meets their nutritional requirements. Bryan … more

Caddo Rodeo Parade

The Caddo Roundup Club Rodeo was held Friday and Saturday and a parade was Saturday morning in downtown Caddo. Children pick up candy during the Caddo Roundup Rodeo Parade. The Willie Gray … more

Deputy Jarid Taylor Memorial Run

Balloons are released Saturday morning before the start of the inaugural Jarid Taylor Memorial 5K & 1M Fun Run in Durant. Taylor was a Bryan County Sheriff’s Deputy who died in the line of … more

911 dispatch’s CAD system upgrade goes live

Durant Communications and Bryan County 911 Dispatchers began using an upgraded Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system during calls July 27. Durant’s IT Director Brenton Rucker said, “The … more

Southeastern, Arkansas Colleges of Health Education sign agreement

Thanks to a new agreement, Southeastern Oklahoma State University has created another direct path to medical school for its undergraduate students. Officials from Southeastern and the Arkansas … more

Coronavirus information

Bryan County Totals Total Cases 2020-2021: 6506 Total Deaths: 80 Total Vaccinations (The number of County residents vaccinated) 1 dose: 36.9% 2 doses: 32% Where to Get Free … more

Bokies to have 80th birthdays celebration

Please come celebrate Robert and Rebecca Bokies turning 80. The celebration will be from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7 at the Southeastern Sidewalk Cafe inside Hallie McKinney, 440 W. University Blvd. more

Man injured in motorcycle wreck

A Durant man was injured Saturday after crashing his motorcycle, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. Sixty-year-old James D. Southerland was flown by AirEvac to Medical City Plano, Plano, Texas, to … more

Centenarian recalls 1939 choir trip, other events

A choir trip to Washington D.C. in 1939 and a blimp flying over Durant are among memories of a 100-year-old Durant woman. Maudie (Thompson) Anderson was born on June 4, 1921, at 735 S. Third … more

Motorcycle ride for FFF

The Three Valley Riders had a “Dice Run” Saturday to benefit Families Feeding Families and there was also an auction that afternoon at the Bryan County Fairgrounds. FFF recently broke … more
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