Canadian County pet shelter filled to brim

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Pets & People’s local shelter is filled to the brim with animals seeking new “forever” homes. And the eastern Canadian County humane...

Yukon man sentenced to 40 years in deadly shooting

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer A Yukon man who was high on PCP when he shot two roommates, killing one of them, has been sentenced to...

New leader takes helm at local humane society

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer When Jena Barber started looking for a new leadership position at a local non-profit, the Piedmont woman was drawn to Pets...

Volunteers help make Yukon Main Street ‘sparkle’

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer More than 20 volunteers converged on a vacant service station to help spruce up Yukon Main Street while encouraging economic development. Volunteers...

Canadian County gets second half of stimulus funds

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer Canadian County recently received the second half of its COVID-19 pandemic relief allocation. In 2021, Canadian County was awarded $28 million from...

Yukon man pleads guilty in cop assault case

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer A Yukon man who assaulted Geary’s police chief outside a Yukon restaurant this spring has waived his right to a trial...

A Czech ‘holiday’ in Yukon

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer As she prepares to conclude her reign, Anna Sedivy-Thompson has relished an enriching, activity-filled year as the Oklahoma Czech-Slovak Queen. “Queen Anna”...

‘Honoring Hope’ for Canadian County domestic violence survivors

By Conrad Dudderar Staff Writer A survivor who experienced domestic abuse during her law enforcement career will be guest speaker at an upcoming Yukon luncheon. “You never...

Yukon city employee profile

Stephanie Askeland   Position Mabel C Fry Public Library Children’s Programmer Years with city 5 What led you to work with the city? Libraries have always been really important to me...

That’s All Folks…

Crews on Wednesday began the demolition of Yukon Cinema 5, a move that was greeted with sadness not only in Yukon but throughout parts...