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Man charged with robbing Calera pharmacy - Durant Daily Democrat
Formal charges were filed Tuesday against a man Calera Police said robbed a pharmacy and led the police chief on a high-speed chase. Bobby Gene Brewer II, 42, Durant, was charged with first-degree robbery and endangering others while eluding police.
Rock Creek runner-up in its tournament - Durant Daily Democrat
BLUE — The Rock Creek Fast-Pitch Tournament came to an exciting close Saturday night on a one-point decision that left the host team accepting the runner-up plaque. Silo sent home Tushka before getting knocked out by Idabel. Caddo eliminated Antlers ...
Bryan County 4-H members recognized at annual banquet - Durant Daily Democrat
4-H Educator Macy Vansickle presents Hank Bradley with his reward for being named Bryan County 4-H Outstanding Junior member of the year at the annual 4-H banquet Saturday. Alyssa Robinson was named Bryan County 4-H Outstanding Senior member of the year at ...
Robbery suspect crashes on Platter Road after chase - Durant Daily Democrat
Shown is the van that crashed Monday afternoon on Platter Road and Platter Dike Road during a high-speed chase. Authorities at the scene said the person is a suspect in the robbery of a Calera pharmacy. Calera Police got into a chase Monday afternoon on ...
Computer system of company that owns MCSO hacked - Durant Daily Democrat
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) — Hospital operator Community Health Systems said a cyberattack took information on more than 4 million patients from its computer network earlier this year. The Franklin, Tennessee, company said Monday that no medical or credit card ...
Dr. John and Mary Slice celebrate 50th anniversary - Durant Daily Democrat
Dr. John and Mary Slice celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C., earlier this summer. They were married on Aug. 1, 1964, at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Columbus, Nebraska. John’s father, the Rev ...
Way and Campo to wed - Durant Daily Democrat
Bonnie Michelle Way and Michael Dewayne Campo, both of Durant, will wed on Saturday, August 23 at 6 p.m. at Camp Victory in Cartwright. Reverend Monty Wood will officiate. Bonnie is the daughter of Susan Bush Way of Durant, and Randall and Marcia Way of ...
Cookie and salsa competition to be held during fair - Durant Daily Democrat
Attention all cooks, young and old. Do you often brag or someone else brags that you make the best cookies or salsa. Would you like to claim real bragging rights for the best cookie or salsa in the county? If so, we have the contest for you. The Bryan Co ...
‘Best of Wheat’ bread-baking contest to be held during fair - Durant Daily Democrat
To promote the art of baking bread, the Oklahoma Wheat Commission will be sponsoring a special fair category for homemade breads, the “Best of Wheat” Bread Baking Contest at the Bryan County Free Fair. “Known as the “Wheatheart”, this special ...
Local teen to compete for Miss Teen Oklahoma - Durant Daily Democrat
One local teen will be competing in the Miss Oklahoma USA / Teen USA pageant this winter. Durant eighth-grade student Malorie Stick will be competing as Miss Durant in the competition that will be held Dec. 19 through 21 in Norman. She will compete in ...