Obituary – Mary Jo “Jody” Bringaze

Mary Jo “Jody” Bringaze, 70, passed away with family by her side Tuesday, August 6th, 2019 in Yukon, Oklahoma. Jody was born on July 27,...

Pro-grass, free fair, Tide, Don Wallace

Our circulation manager and former longtime Piedmont Sonic manager Jeremy Pyle told me this week that we should open a marijuana dispensary here in...

Cop on board

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer Yukon’s Board of Education appointed police Capt. Chris Cunningham Monday night to serve the remaining term of a vacancy created...

YPS enrollment, card parties, volunteering

Just as the Yukon Chamber of Commerce will soon celebrate reaching the 500-member plateau, will Yukon Public Schools plan a gala when 9,000 students...

Obituary – Richard Alexander “Sam” Birchall

Richard Alexander “Sam” Birchall was born October 30, 1949 to Laura & Ed (HoHo the Clown) Birchall. He died suddenly and quietly at home...

Cruise-In for a Cause

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A rising Yukon country music artist will perform in the inaugural “Cruise-In For A Cause” this fall on Yukon’s Main...

Millerette softball opens pre-season at Firelake Festival

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Yukon’s experienced and talented Millerette softball team will take its first test of the season on Monday, competing in the Firelake...

Davis places 2nd at AAU Olympics

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor GREENSBORO, NC - One jump. That’s what Yukon’s Kyla Davis faced with two others in the pole vault competition in the girls...

Crews make progress on new school

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Construction is progressing on a new $25 million school that will alleviate some large elementary class sizes now in Yukon...

CASA volunteers needed

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A Canadian County program is seeking volunteers to stand up and speak for children in state custody. People who live and...