Gethsemane Cemetery improvements planned
Grube wins city council election
Microbrewery planned for downtown Caddo
‘A Legend In His Own Time’
Indian Territory Museum Home of Caddo’s hidden treasures
- Oklahoma AG says state moving forward with execution plans - 10:42 am
- SHARE Children’s Chorus performs - 6:12 am
- Assistance available for construction of new farm ponds - 6:12 am
- SE recognizes outstanding faculty, staff and retirees - 10:56 pm
- Panel recommends keeping moratorium on executions - 10:56 pm
- Durant Animal Rescue Alliance (DARA) benefit to be held at Blue River Valley Winery - 10:55 pm
- Gethsemane Cemetery improvements planned - 10:55 pm
- Tulsa attorney Gary Richardson to run for governor in 2018 - 9:36 am
- Cartwright man killed in cycle crash - 9:35 am
- Oklahoman author, Texas dispute ownership of ‘lunar Bibles’ - 9:35 am
- Fusion breaks ground on new church - 10:30 pm updated: 10:39 pm.
- Choctaw Nation to construct three service buildings in Poteau - 7:16 pm
- Aviation career day held on campus Friday - 10:52 am
- Ireland’s tribute to Choctaw Nation to be dedicated - 11:31 pm
- Annual land judging contest held - 11:31 pm
- Local Democrats clean up Hendrix Road - 11:30 pm
- Berdie Williams announces run for Choctaw Nation Council - 11:30 pm
- Quilt show today at Community Building - 9:24 pm updated: 12:10 am.
- Three named to education task force - 10:48 am
- Cherokee Nation sues opioid wholesalers, retailers for abuse - 10:48 am
- Prayer breakfast to be held - 10:47 am
- Fusion Bible Church to have groundbreaking - 10:47 am
- Rep. Scott Inman announces run for governor - 10:45 am
- Health care comes to Calera - 12:23 am
- Divisions abound 22 years after Oklahoma City bombing - 10:57 pm
Oklahoman author, Texas dispute ownership of ‘lunar Bibles’
TULSA (AP) — Ten microfilm Bibles once launched hundreds of thousands of miles into space sit landlocked today inside an Oklahoma courthouse whi...
Fusion breaks ground on new church
Fusion Church has been meeting at the Durant Middle School at 802 Walnut for nearly 4 years while building membership in the church.With Pastor Dennis...
Choctaw Nation to construct three service buildings in Poteau
POTEAU – The Choctaw Nation broke ground Thursday, April 20 for three all-new facilities in Poteau. A Choctaw Nation Child Development Center, F...
Ireland’s tribute to Choctaw Nation to be dedicated
The Choctaw and Irish cultures will come together June 18 for a long-awaited dedication of the Kindred Spirits sculpture in Midleton, County Cork, Ire...
Annual land judging contest held
The annual land judging contest for FFA and 4-H students in Bryan County was held April 5.Area students judged the soil from four different sites at t...
Durant splits with Southeast in home finale
It was a dramatic Senior Night for the Durant soccer teams Tuesday night at Paul Laird Field with playoff impactions on the line.The Lady Lions battle...
Durant High netters claim 2nd in home tournament
The Durant High School tennis team posted solid performances throughout the day on Tuesday as they claimed second place in both the girls and boys div...
Lady Lions place 3rd, qualify for 5A state
Despite competing in unfamiliar territory on Tuesday, the defending state champion Durant Lady Lions kept their quest alive to repeat as they qualifie...
Lions drop Senior Night verdict to Latta
Senior night did not turn out quite as the Durant Lions had envisioned on Tuesday afternoon as they dropped a 12-3 decision to Class 2A third-ranked L...
Durant Lacrosse topples 6A Jenks, Owasso
JENKS - It was a dream weekend for the Durant Lions Lacrosse team knocking off two 6A programs in former state runner up Jenks, 10-7, and Owasso, 9-2....
SE softball splits with OBU
Southeastern and Oklahoma Baptist split a pair of 3-2 games Saturday to complete a four-game series of one-run decisions as softball broke out all ove...
Jazz festival held at SE
The Southeastern Jazz Fest was held Saturday at the SE Amphitheater. It featured local high school jazz bands, the SE Alumni Band and the SE Jazz Ense...
Bryan County 4-Hers shine with style
Bryan County 4-H Impressive Dress contest was held recently at the Clay Jones Community Center with a total of fourteen 4-H members competing.The cont...
Pilgreen family wins at 4-H speaking contest
Congratulations to the Pilgreen 4-H Family, Brooklyn, Bryleigh and Brightyn on their awards won at the Southeast District 4-H Public Speaking Contest ...
Calera OHCE holds sew day for veterans’ center
On April 13, 2017, six members attended the monthly OHCE Calera Group meeting which took place at the Bryan County Community BuildingThe meeting was c...
Eager OHCE group meets
The Eager Home and Community Education Group met in the home of Ivy Hughs for their regular monthly meeting March 21, 2017, at 1 p.m.The meeting was o...
An apology and an explanation
I want to apologize for getting obviously upset at a Chamber of Commerce meeting in Atoka. A person who always is very vocal in voicing their opinion ...
A look at current legislation
I would like to start this report by advising that I continue to receive great reports on my health. God had been very good to me, and cancer has not ...
Democrats do not support Trump
I find the article by Wyota Hannan in the March 9th Durant Daily Democrat entitled “Democratic women on the move” to be a serious misrepre...
Democrats concerned about new administration
We are local Democrats who are very concerned about many of the policies of the new administration in Washington D.C.For instance, a second “Mus...
Trump has contempt for the media
I want to state my concern over Trump’s disparaging remarks and outright contempt for the media. He has been selective about which media coverag...
Local Democratic women are on the move
To let you know our Democratic women are on the move. At our last meeting, our president, Margaret Taylor and her daughter, told of all the marches th...