Producing summer hits

By Robert Medley Managing Editor The crowds have grown each Saturday this summer at a local farmer’s market. More people are taking advantage of shopping outdoors...

Consultant to design SH-66/Banner Road upgrade

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer EL RENO - A consultant has been hired to design a much-anticipated safety upgrade at a central Canadian County intersection. Canadian...

Don Rowe appointed to YPS Board Post 5 seat

Don Rowe is returning to Yukon Public Schools' Board of Education. Rowe was appointed at Tuesday night's school board meeting to fill the vacant Post...

Sixth COVID-19 death reported in Canadian County

  Canadian County has had the sixth death from COVID-19, and the most recent person to die is from Yukon, the Oklahoma State Department of...

Yukon man faces arson charge

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A Yukon-area man has been charged with a felony for allegedly setting fires and breaking windows in a local hotel...

Clovis Ray Williams

Clovis Ray Williams, having reached 87 years of age, departed his family and friends after a brief illness, on July 30, 2020 while in...

Criminal justice reform advocate touts S.Q. 805

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A former state Speaker of the House spoke to a Yukon group this week about a prison sentencing reform measure...

‘Causes’ selected for Route 66 car cruise

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Four Yukon non-profit “help causes” have been selected for a second annual Route 66 car cruise. The 2020 “Cruise-In for a...

Luschen Family Auction a huge success

By Carol Mowdy Bond Contributing Writer The Luschen Family Auction in Piedmont on July 25 was a big success, according to broker Ken Carpenter, owner of...

Homes flying off the shelves

By Robert Medley Managing Editor Local realtors have a bit of a problem these days with homes in Canadian County selling so fast. There is little left...