Sounding Off

From Staff Reports Yukon residents reacted this week to events that took place Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. where a peaceful protest took...

Yukon roadwork aims to reduce traffic ‘back-ups’

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Motorists who drive along a congested Garth Brooks Boulevard during peak traffic hours are popping their buttons as long-awaited upgrades...

Wanda Janice Rollins

Wanda Janice “Jan” (Perry) Rollins was born to Fayne M. Perry and Winnie (Bates) Perry on August 27, 1931 in Taylor County, Texas.  She...

Dentistry During a Pandemic

From Staff Reports Setting up a new business during a pandemic is a challenge. For a new dentistry in Yukon, establishing a presence in town for...

Healthcare worker becomes Yukon realtor

By Robert Medley Managing Editor In the middle of a pandemic, one healthcare worker from Yukon has decided to change careers. But the COVID-19 challenges were not...

Round 2 of PPP funds on the way

From Staff Reports Local banks are prepared to start helping business owners apply for Payroll Protection Program money as the second round of funds is...

Despite vaccine rollout, Yukon urged remain vigilant

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Members of the Yukon COVID-19 Task Force have a unified message for the people of Yukon – make plans to...

Yukon man charged with murder

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A Yukon man was charged this week with first-degree murder in connection with a fatal shooting last month. A warrant of...

Yukon’s ‘Christmas In the Park’ attendance strong

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Yukon’s Christmas lights spectacular saw strong attendance for its 25th anniversary year, but the six-week festival didn’t quite break a...

COVID cancels Yukon Chocolate Festival, Daddy-Daughter Dance

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Two more annual City of Yukon special events have been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. The highly popular Yukon Chocolate Festival...