‘Nutcracker’ dances this weekend on Yukon stage

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor The 25th annual production of Yukon’s “Nutcracker” will be danced this weekend. Central Oklahoma Ballet will present the holiday classic at 8...

YPS superintendent’s contract renewed through 2023

By Traci Chapman Contributing Writer Yukon Public Schools’ Board of Education meeting Monday night ended in applause and cheers, as officials announced administrative changes and reflected...

YPS proposes boundary changes; school meetings this week

By Traci Chapman Contributing Writer As Yukon Public Schools officials on Monday discussed proposed intermediate school boundary proposed changes, they prepared for a series of meetings...

Ray Lee Davis (March 6, 1946 – November 24, 2019)

Ray Lee Davis, owner of Davis Carpet in Yukon, died unexpectedly on Sunday, November 24, 2019, at the age of 73. Ray is survived...

Halliburton layoffs impact Canadian County; El Reno operations to move

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor The impact of a slowdown in oil and gas production has hit central Canadian County with news this week that more...

Roots Run Deep

By Cara Pattison Contributing Writer Iva Mae Tredway’s roots run deep in the First United Methodist Church of Yukon. As far back as she can remember,...

Wrestlers open season with challenging week

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor A challenging first week. That;s what Yukon will be facing as the Millers open the wrestling season with three matches in four...

YHS faces Norman North in COAC match-up

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Season opening challenges. That’s what lays in front of Yukon’s basketball teams tonight. The Millerettes and Millers open the Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference...

Deadly crash shows need to improve safety at Banner-Hwy 66 intersection

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor A recent crash that claimed the life of a Yukon businessman and veteran demonstrates why safety improvements must be made at...

Retired military dog honored for service

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor A post-Thanksgiving ceremony in Yukon honored a retired military working dog. The Yukon Veterans Museum, 1012 W Main, hosted an open forum...