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Christmas Tree Colors

The City of Yukon will unveil a new RGB Tree near the large gazebo at Chisholm Trail Park and an Island of Color Changing...

Patriots rout Warriors in first round

  By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Next man up. It’s been the mantra of several football teams this season. And with Southwest Covenant missing its top two players in...

Yukon’s Worth named to All-COAC 1st team

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor When you play in the toughest conference in the state, earning All-Conference honors is something hard to come by. Yukon has not...

Despite record, YHS season a success

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor The success of a sports season is characteristically decided by the number on wins and losses. Yukon head coach Jeremy Reed is...

Owner to sell, lease property after city denies dispensary request

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor A property owner who was recently denied his request to utilize a Main Street site for a new marijuana dispensary says...

Obituary – Robert E. “Bob” Duncan

Robert E. “Bob” Duncan, 94, passed away Tuesday, November 12, 2019, in Oklahoma City. Bob was born on March 20, 1925, in Prague, OK...

Alcohol, holidays a bad mix

By Julia Cochran Director of the Red Rock RPC in Canadian County With the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays just around the corner, it is important to...

How many fried peaches from Harry Bears did you eat?

I got a call last Friday from Marilyn Trent, who is the activities director at Yukon’s Gran Gran’s place, which for many years was...

Are we doing the right thing with our juvenile bureau in...

By Rachel Bussett According to the most recent census, Canadian County has approximately 145,000 residents. When I went through Leadership Canadian County a few years...

CV Tech strives to improve, grow

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor Recognized at the November Yukon Legislative Breakfast was Canadian Valley Technology Center Superintendent Gayla Lutts, recently named among 50 Women Making...