Where is Kenny Dietrich?

Anyone with information can call the Yukon Police Department at 405-354-2553 or the Yukon Progress newspaper at 405-577-6208. By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer Cold cases more...

Punching their ticket

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor The ticket has been punched, now one more goal is in front of Yukon before the playoffs. Winning a district title. The Millerettes...

Easter on the Prairie

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer An Easter holiday tradition next weekend will showcase the new “Chisholm Trail Entrance” at a popular Yukon special event venue. Yukon’s...

Is there hope for community journalism?

Last Thursday, I spoke to the University of Oklahoma community journalism class at the invitation of Department Chairman John Schmeltzer. This was not my...

Honoring victims

By Tim Farley News Editor EL RENO - Sarah Burdine will never stop wanting justice for her 23-year-old son who was shot and killed almost seven...

On Project Grad, ‘Big Event,’ retirement

A dream that started 30 years ago this year will keep Yukon High School graduates safe this May on the night of commencement. The...

Edmond North holds off Millers

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor EDMOND - What Will Rogers said about the weather in Oklahoma rings true for the district 6A-1 baseball race. If you don’t...

Controlling their own destiny

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor OKLAHOMA CITY - After so many tight matches, Yukon needed one that they could call a break-out contest. It came against Putnam...

Residents urged to safely dispose of old medications

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Canadian County residents are encouraged to safely dispose of unneeded and expired prescription medicine on Saturday, April 27 for National...

Obituary – Stephen W. Pratt

Stephen W. Pratt was born on March 8, 1951 in Oklahoma City and died unexpectedly in his Yukon home on April 8, 2019 at...