Cannon blasts Yukon meeting anti-maskers

Yukon school board member Suzanne Cannon took her turn to blast a recent group of anti-mask protestors who interrupted a May school board meeting. During...

Downtown Yukon ‘spruce-up’ this Saturday

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Downtown Yukon is ready for some serious cleaning. Literally. This Saturday, volunteers will converge on Main Street to spruce up Yukon’s historic business...

Canadian County ag producers get help with wildlife damage

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Canadian County agriculture producers have a free resource if they sustain wildlife damage on their properties. This service is provided through a...

Canadian County Commissioners blast funding formula

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer A new funding formula passed by the Oklahoma Legislature and signed into law will reduce the amount Canadian County receives for...

Adjusted 10th Street turn lane source of concern in Yukon

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer The re-striping of a Yukon arterial street that altered a turn lane has exacerbated traffic problems near a busy intersection, several...

SWCS Patriot grad earns Merit Scholarship

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer A Southwest Covenant Patriot graduate is one of Oklahoma’s 69 college-sponsored Merit Scholarship winners. Yukon’s Clare Warner has earned a National Merit...

Wrecker services sue City of Yukon over ‘rotation’ change

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Two towing companies have sued the City of Yukon over the city council’s new wrecker service “rotation” ordinance. Bad Day Towing &...

Yukon City Council asked to address safety, quality of life

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Yukon city leaders said they’d be seeking input from the public while considering proposals to fund major capital projects. This week, city...

OK Czech-Slovak Pageant returns Sept. 26 to Yukon

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Contestants are needed for the Oklahoma Czech-Slovak Royalty Pageant, which will be back this fall in Yukon. Oklahoma Czech, Inc. will present...

Yukon Council members hope foundation can reimburse city

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Some elected city leaders want a non-profit foundation to reimburse the City of Yukon for personnel costs and other expenses related...