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Crown and sash stolen in car burglary - Durant Daily Democrat
The owner of a crown and sash is offering a $100 reward for the return of the items that were stolen during a burglary of her car. Carissa Mason of Durant, who won the title of World’s Mrs. Oklahoma Tourism 2015 in February, said the crown and sash were ...

Bryan County All-Stars selected - Durant Daily Democrat
Bryan County’s annual list of basketball standouts recently was released. The all-star games that were originally scheduled for Tuesday were canceled after the playoffs were rescheduled due to weather and OSSAA’s regulations on a time frame in which ...

Prisons chief: Crowding puts staff safety at risk - Durant Daily Democrat
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Staff shortages and inmate overcrowding are jeopardizing the safety of Oklahoma prison workers, many of whom are leaving their jobs because of employee burnout, the head of the state’s prison system told a legislative panel on ...

SE softball here Saturday, Sunday - Durant Daily Democrat
The new listing is: W-L-T-WEA-FAI (won-lost-tie-weather-forget about it). The last category means those games will not be rescheduled, therefore you can forget about it. This isn’t official, of course, but it should be. We’ve already made it to the ...

Southeastern tennis downs rival ECU, 5-4 - Durant Daily Democrat
Southeastern men tennis team bounced back from a 2-1 loss in doubles play to rally for a hard-fought 5-4 win over rival East Central on Tuesday in Ada, Okla. The win counts regionally but not for Great American conference play and lifts the Savage Storm to ...

Snow blankets Durant - Durant Daily Democrat
The Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and Library is decorated in white after Wednesday snow blanketed the statues on the facility's lawn. Durant was covered in snow overnight Wednesday causing some traffic difficulties in Durant. Durant/Bryan County ...

There’s still a chance for Silo, Caddo - Durant Daily Democrat
LATTA – Bryan County teams converged in Latta on Tuesday to resume the final rounds of Class 2A regional playoffs, that had been postponed due to bad weather last Friday and Saturday. Caddo Lady Bruins fell to Latta Lady Panthers 47-35. The Silo Rebels ...

Southeastern set for GAC Tourney - Durant Daily Democrat
The Lady Storm will look to avenge a regular season ending loss to Southwestern Oklahoma State when it opens play in the Great American Conference Tournament with a rematch on March 5 at noon in Bartlesville, Okla. The Savage Storm enter the tournament as ...

Southeastern to celebrate Founders’ Day on March 6 - Durant Daily Democrat
Southeastern Oklahoma State University will celebrate its rich and storied history with a Founders’ Day event on Friday, March 6. The program, starting at 3 p.m., will feature speakers in Montgomery Auditorium and the presentation of the winners of the ...

Nitrogen gas executions approved by House - Durant Daily Democrat
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma would become the first state to allow the execution of death row inmates using nitrogen gas under a bill overwhelmingly approved on Tuesday by the House of Representatives. The House voted 85-10 for the bill by Oklahoma City ...

Durant celebrates Pancake Day - Durant Daily Democrat
Local Shriners President Larry Conditt and Shriner Jim Dipento greet children from the Bill Haddock Big Five Head Start taught by Valerie Cline and Carolyne Boatner. Every year on National Pancake Day, every guest at any IHOP nationwide receives a free ...

Calera boys to face Tushka again - Durant Daily Democrat
Calera's Raylee Rogers drives to the hoop on Monday against Healdton. Rogers had a team-leading 13 points in the season-ending 49-33 loss in the Class 2A Regional at Latta. Calera senior Kaylee Ervin and junior Madi Robinson trap a Healdton player after ...

Kiamichi Technology Centers appoint new board member - Durant Daily Democrat
The Kiamichi Technology Centers’ Board of Education has selected Joy Culbreath to fill the unexpired term of Zone 5. Mrs. Culbreath has dedicated her entire career to education. She spent 27 years at Southeastern Oklahoma State University working in TRIO ...

Silo voters vote down two bonds for the school - Durant Daily Democrat
Two bond propositions for Silo Schools were voted down during an election Tuesday evening. The propositions were for a $200,000 building bond to provide funds needed to maintain existing buildings and provide updated technology for students and a $ ...

Man crashes vintage pickup - Durant Daily Democrat
A Kingston man was injured Tuesday after a tire on his antique pickup blew out and the truck hit a tree, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said. Twenty-two-year-old Patrick K. Dancer was driving a 1956 Ford pickup westbound on Highway 199 east of Fort Washita ...

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