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Dragons to dance at Southeastern

Staff Report Dragons will take the stage in Montgomery Auditorium on the campus of Southeastern Oklahoma State University this weekend in, “Dance of the Dragon.” Theatre at … more

Garden club holds convention, elects officers

The Southeast District Garden Club Convention was hosted by the Bryan County Magnolia Garden Club at First United Methodist Church in Durant on March 9. The convention began with coffee and … more

City to consider $100k RSVP donation

The Durant City Council will consider a resolution to commit $100,000 in support of a campaign to fund a new senior center. The council will also receive its audit report for Fiscal Year 2018 during … more

Tim Rundel one of six finalists

Durant City Manager Tim Rundel confirmed that he is on a list of six finalists for the city manager’s position in Norman. “I have no intention of resigning, I’m just a … more

Tim Rundel on short list for Norman job

Durant City Manager Tim Rundel said he has no immediate plans to resign but confirmed that he is on a list of six finalists for the city manager’s position in Norman. “I have no … more

RSVP continue campaign for the Center

Gaye Cunningham and Bryan County RSVP are forging ahead in their campaign to raise money for a new senior center in Durant and they’ve developed a colorful new brochure to promote their … more

J127 Ministry home under construction

J127 Ministry of Durant announces the construction of a transitional home for young women aging out of the foster-care system and the public is invited to attend a celebratory event. The young … more

Task Force wants to hear from public

The Durant Streets and Infrastructure Task Force wants to hear from the public and has provided a couple of ways to hear from them. And the city’s engineer said water customers are probably … more

Musical Arts Series welcomes pianist

Pianist Diane Walsh will present a recital featuring English Suite No. 6 in d minor, BWV 811 by J.S. Bach and compositions of Johannes Brahms, Douglas Lilburn, John Psathas, and William Bolcom on … more

Derek Hines Earns Accredited Investment Fiduciary Designation

Gaddis & Gaddis Wealth Management Partner and Durant Office Manager Derek Hines, AIF®, recently became an Accredited Investment Fiduciary and increased his investment in the Ada-based wealth … more

Infrastructure Task Force to start list

The Durant Streets and Infrastructure Task Force will discuss hosting a public forum and begin discussions on what it considers the city’s most pressing infrastructure needs and how to pay for … more

Man charged with sex crime has court appearance

A Bokchito man was arraigned Tuesday on charges of child sexual abuse and feloniously pointing a firearm. Seventy-year-old Frank Allen Holliman was charged with the crimes in November following an … more

Durant selects three new councilmembers

The city of Durant elected three new councilmembers in an election which, according to unofficial totals, saw very low voter turnout. According to preliminary figures, just over 1,000 of the 9,005 … more

DHS musicians to ascend Quartz Mountain

Three Durant High School students, Lauren Collins, Paige Farley, and Braden Raines were selected to attend the elite Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain for choir. “Only 15 … more

Sherrer, Morris and Brittingham elected to Durant City Council

Polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Danny Sherrer, Mike Morris and Steve Brittingham have been elected to Durant City Council, according to the Oklahoma Election Board. The following election … more

Judge orders new election for fair board

A new election will be held for Bryan County Fair board members and the results of the prior election have been nullified. Bryan County District Judge Mark Campbell issued the ruling during a … more

Durant named ‘Purple Heart City’

Durant was named a Purple Heart City by the Department of Oklahoma for the Military Order of the Purple Heart during a Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Day ceremony last Friday at the Donald W. … more

SE president on leave for alcohol treatment

Southeastern Oklahoma State University president Sean Burrage is on leave for alcohol treatment, the university announced. SE President Sean Burrage informed the campus community Monday that he is … more

Bryan County Democratic convention is April 6

The Bryan County Democratic Party will hold its 2019 biennial convention Saturday, April 6, at Hampton Inn, 3199 Shamrock Lane, Durant, from 2 to 4 pm. At noon that day, Democratic precinct … more

Lutheran touring choir to stop here

The Association Free Lutheran Bible School will present a free concert of sacred music on Monday, April 1 at 6:30 p.m., in Faith Lutheran Church, 3802 N. Washington St., in Durant. The 36-member … more
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