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‘Yukon Yuletide Express’ ends Monday, Dec. 16 with prize drawing

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor The Yukon Chamber of Commerce will cap off its five-week Christmas shopping campaign when more than a dozen lucky winners claim...

Canadian County judges named in civil rights suit

By Traci Chapman Contributing Writer Five Canadian County judges were named this week in a federal class action lawsuit alleging civil rights violations. The American Civil Liberties...

Yukon sex offender too close to schools, park

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor A convicted sex offender who was found living within 2,000 feet of several Yukon schools and a park could head back...

Yukon ‘Santa’ honored for spreading Christmas joy

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor The chief elf at Santa’s Toy Shoppe has been recognized by a local television station for his efforts spreading Christmas joy...

Suspect jailed after 50-mile pursuit during morning rush hour

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor A suspect has been jailed on multiple criminal charges after a 50-mile pursuit that crossed through Yukon during morning rush hour...

Ward 1 town hall meeting set Jan. 23

Ward 1 Yukon City Council Member Rick Cacini has announced a town hall meeting set for 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020 at the...

Yukon Mayor’s Essay Contest winners recognized

The Yukon Parks & Recreation Department has announced winners of the 2019 Mayor’s Essay Contest. Winners were recognized on Saturday, Dec. 7 during the...

Army Band performs Saturday at Yukon’s Christmas in the Park

The 395th Army Band, a U.S. Army Reserve unit based in Mustang, is set to take the stage from 6-8 p.m. this Saturday, Dec. 14...

YPR collects diapers for Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor Yukon Parks & Recreation personnel are being challenged to “break a record” in their department’s sixth annual holiday Diaper Drive. YPR Special...

Record crowds see Yukon ‘Nutcracker’ …. a Christmas tradition

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor Record crowds came out last weekend to enjoy a Yukon Christmas tradition that marked a quarter century this year. Central Oklahoma Ballet’s...