Former Piedmont officer loses appeal in pee case

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer A former Piedmont police officer who sued the city for wrongful termination lost his appeal in court Wednesday. Kenneth Qualls believed...

Combing through legislation

By Alyssa Sperrazza Staff Writer The beginning of the legislative session saw 1,772 bills submitted by the House and 1,068 bills by the Senate. Over the last...

With life half over, it’s time to set priorities

By Gary Shelton Wesco Insurance As I sat down a few weeks ago to watch Super Bowl LIII (53 for those of you that are Roman...

Fighting DHS and its abuse is frustrating

By Rachel Bussett One of the things that I love about the practice of law is that every day is different. Throughout my day I can...

Try to avoid ‘Titanic’ investment mistakes

By Brian White It’s been 107 years this month since the tragedy of the Titanic. Of course, this disaster has fascinated the world ever since,...

Visible progress

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Visible progress on an estimated $3.9 million, 12,000 square foot addition to Canadian County’s juvenile center is expected to start...

Millers find ‘magic’ in Bedlam win

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Trailing by a run and facing Mustang’s and one of the state’s best pitchers, things did not look good for Yukon...

Rare WW I flag presented to vets museum in Yukon

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A Yukon woman this week presented to the Yukon Veterans Museum a unique World War I flag that her late...

Walk in the park, Jim & Mary Kay Niles

This past weekend was so nice that I went to grab a pair of shorts only to realize I needed to buy new shorts. Having...

No injuries in Yukon school bus crash

A Yukon school bus was involved in an accident this morning on Foreman Road near Banner. A passenger car collided with a Yukon school...