16 YHS ‘honor’ classes recognized on reunion weekend

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer A woman who graduated from Yukon High School 75 years ago is expected to attend the annual YHS alumni banquet. Marge (Kroutil)...

So, how was your vacation?

By Michael Pineda Staff writer Darren Harrison was just trying to get back to Florida when he got on board a Cessna 208 in the Bahamas...

Murder accomplice pleads guilty in Canadian County Jail contraband case

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer EL RENO - A Canadian County murder accomplice has pleaded guilty and been convicted for hiding a weapon for another inmate...

Nine YPS sites will get new monument signs

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Seven Yukon elementary schools and two secondary schools are due to receive new monument signs before the fall semester starts. Yukon Public...

Baby formula shortage taking a toll

A nationwide shortage of baby formula has found its way to the highest echelons of government. The White House is struggling to come up...

Yukon principal ready for ‘big leap’

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer With 24 years of service at one school, Principal Scott Hein was thinking he might finish his career in the same...

Canadian County jailer charged with rape

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer EL RENO - A female detention officer faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of having sex with a...

Yukon Senior Health & Fitness Day promises fun

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer It’s never too late to get healthy. “I believe health is something that can always be improved; it’s something you always can...

Four-legged fun at Yukon Dog Park

By Michael Pineda Corgi racing has found a home in Yukon. The Pets and People Dog Park was filled with Corgis and their two-legged friends for...

Youth & Family Services earns big Yukon ‘MILL Week’ gift

Yukon Public Schools’ representatives have presented Youth & Family Services of Canadian County with a $32,532.44 check representing funds raised during MILL (Millers Improving...