Bryan County has eight public school districts that provide K-12 education and graduate students from eight high schools: Achille High School, Bennington High School, Caddo High School, Calera High School, Colbert High School, Durant High School, Rock Creek High School and Silo High School. There is a half-dozen small private schools, the largest being Victory Life Academy, which has campuses in Durant and Brownwood.
The Durant Daily Democrat continues to publish a daily newspaper after more than 120 years.
Even without access to satellite radio, Bryan County radio fans have three stations to choose from, Mix 96.1 KZRC and 92U KSSU both play contemporary and classic hits, while KLBC 106.3 FM has a country format.
Lake Texoma is covered by three local broadcasters in Oklahoma City. The NBC affiliate is KFOR News4, the ABC affiliate is KOCO News5, and the CBS affiliate is KWTV News9. The local Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) station is KWET in Cheyenne.
Most of Lake Texoma has access to broadband cable internet and television through Vyve Broadband in Shawnee.
The Lake Texoma and Durant area has a vibrant local business community, whether you need photography services, dentistry, jewelry repair or veterinary services. The Durant Area Chamber of Commerce has nearly 450 member businesses.