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Our citizens deserve the best for their money

The Dale Robertson Center and Mabel C Fry Library have been an essential part of the Yukon community for years. Senior citizens have enjoyed...

COVID-19 pandemic continues to take its toll

The pandemic continues to affect our lives every day and in about every way. The number of cases of the coronavirus has continued to rise...

‘Weak is the New Strong’

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A Yukon High School graduate and newly published author wants people to know their weaknesses can become their greatest strengths. Since...

YPS school year pushed back one week

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Yukon Public Schools’ 2020-21 school year has been pushed back one week. The YPS Board of Education, at its July 7...

Beating of local man being investigated

From Staff Reports MADILL – A Yukon man was brutally attacked in a Marshall County incident at Lake Texoma, authorities reported. Mark Merchant, 63, was attacked...

Noodling is just a little unnerving

By Jeremy Pyle Staff Writer When you think about fishing in Oklahoma, a lot of things may come to mind. Oklahoma is known for its wide...

Storms cause Canadian County power outages

Severe thunderstorms caused power outages across parts of Canadian County Friday, Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company reports. There were 2,360 outages in the El Reno...

Annual Free Slurpee Day canceled

Sign reads: Given the uncertainies caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be celebrating 7-Eleven Day in stores July 11, 2020.

It’s time to ‘empty’ the shelter

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer As it looks for a new site, a Canadian County animal welfare society is offering a pet adoption special this...

County mulls ID theft protection

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer EL RENO - Canadian County Commissioners are considering offering an identity theft protection benefit to county employees after rampant unemployment...