March 22, 2018

Stranded at the drive-thru, branded a fool

By Kristen Banks This week has been a really busy week. It’s been tough to get everything done that needed to get done. And I’ve had […]
March 21, 2018

Column: Additional funds for pay raises – Part 2

By Josh Brecheen Previously, I discussed two bills I continue to work on: SB 1030 to modify Medicaid qualifications for working age/able-bodied adults and SJR 45 […]
March 19, 2018

Mark Morrison takes up gavel for Choctaw Nation

Choctaw Nation Release DURANT – Durant attorney Mark Morrison became the newly appointed District Judge for the Choctaw Nation Friday. Morrison was sworn in by Chief […]
March 19, 2018

Column: Reforms can finance teacher pay increases

By Josh Breechen We’re now just over a month into regular session and the budget for FY ’19 looks promising.  Our state economy is recovering and state […]
March 17, 2018

One fatality in collision near Roosevelt Bridge

By Joey McWilliams BRYAN COUNTY – One man is dead as a result of a collision Saturday afternoon involving three vehicles on the Bryan County side […]
March 17, 2018

Library offers activities for kids during Spring Break

By Joey McWilliams BRYAN COUNTY – Spring Break in Bryan County seems to have come a little later than usual this year. No matter – the […]
March 16, 2018

Senate Bill 1030 approved to reform Oklahoma’s Medicaid program

Release OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma leads 25 other states in the percentage of citizen’s personal income spent on welfare but is only higher than eight other states […]
March 15, 2018

Library to host Dine In Movie Nght

By Joey McWilliams DURANT – Showing movies in the Black Box Theater at the Durant Library has become something of a staple during Spring Break and […]
March 15, 2018

50 Shades of Cornflower Blue

By Kristen Banks “I’ll tell you a story, correct me if it’s not true, but the most noble of all the colors is the lowly Cornflower […]