Firefighter charged with DUI

A Yukon firefighter was charged earlier this week with driving while under the influence of alcohol, but it is not the first time Andrew...

Raisin’ Jason

By Mindy Ragan Wood, Staff Writer - Superintendent Jason Simeroth will continue his career in Yukon with a slight pay raise thanks to the school board’s...

Citizens should be aware of phone scam, West says

The Canadian County Sheriff’s Office is warning citizens about an increase in telephone fraud calls. The fraud involves various suspects who will tell potential victims...

Making math matter

By Mindy Ragan Wood, Staff Writer - Catherine Kusik has the challenging task of teaching two subjects that students often find boring, but her way with...

Making school history

By Chuck Reherman, Sports Editor - HAMMON - Southwest Covenant’s athletic teams have been making school history in the 2017-18 school year. The Patriot basketball...

Millerettes win 2nd tournament

By Chuck Reherman, Sports Editor - CHICKASHA - Two tournaments, two titles. Yukon won its second tournament of the season and did it in dominating...

Miller wrestlers at COAC Tournament

By Chuck Reherman, Sports Editor - Yukon’s wrestling team, will be looking to better their last tournament finish this weekend, competing in the Central...

Millers top McGuinness for 7th in Classic

By Chuck Reherman, Sports Editor - OKLAHOMA CITY - Yukon faced their former coach for the first time as the Millers were looking to...

Fast start sends Huskies past Miller wrestlers

By Chuck Reherman’, Sports Editor - When Yukon and Edmond North meet on the mat, you can usually expect some fireworks. The Huskies set off...

C4 wrestlers place at USJOC

By Chuck Reherman, Sports Editor - OKLAHOMA CITY – Yukon’s C4 Wrestling Club had 12 placers and finished 31st overall out of 173 teams...