Bah humbug

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Yukon police are seeking the public’s help after the city’s popular Christmas lights attraction was vandalized. Christmas In the Park was...

Shopping for children

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer The need has increased significantly among eastern Canadian County families seeking help to provide a bright Christmas for their children. And...

Tech center plans expansion at Yukon campus

By Bill Kramer Contributing Writer In response to increased student demand and widespread county growth, Canadian Valley Technology Center has begun expansion projects at area campuses...

Going for the Gold

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Southwest Covenant has accomplished all but one of their goals that were set back in August. The Patriots have the chance to...

Obituary – Lora Mae Schubnell

Lora Mae Schubnell left this life to be with the Lord on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 surrounded by her family. She was born April 8,...

Counting all residents

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer It is critically important to Yukon that everyone is counted accurately in the 2020 U.S. census, city leaders remind residents. Mayor...

Remembering Billie

By Alyssa Sperrazza Staff Writer Vada Mae “Billie” Lum died in 1998 but she is still remembered as an extraordinary woman who was ahead of her...

Patriots reach state title game

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor ALVA – Southwest Covenant headed into the class C state semifinals facing the No. 1 ranked team in the state. The Patriots,...

Christmas … off and running!

By Alyssa Sperrazza Staff Writer Hundreds from across the state braved the cold temperatures and wind Saturday for Yukon’s annual Chill Your Cheeks 5K, aptly named...

Abuse policy changed

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer PIEDMONT - Piedmont’s Board of Education has adopted a new policy about student abuse just as the district faces a...