Obituary – Edward J. “Ed” Schwarz

Edward J. “Ed” Schwarz, 85, passed away Wednesday, May 1, 2019, in Yukon, OK. He was born May 29, 1933, in Okarche, OK, the...

Obituary – Pete O’Neal

Pete O’Neal was welcomed into Jesus’ arms May 1, 2019. Despite a tough outer exterior Pete was a loving, caring husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather...

Mexican food, Larry Miller, A&W

From what I have heard around Yukon this week, most people will be celebrating Cinco De Mayo today on Saturday, May 4 as opposed...

Storm season creates legal issues with insurance

By Rachel Bussett It’s spring in Oklahoma and the weather this week has quickly reminded me that storm season is here. Storm season brings with it...

Fast & furious, faith

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A car show one week from today will benefit Canadian County’s only free healthcare clinic. The third annual Faith Clinic Car...

Yukon Review newspaper faces eviction

Yukon Review newspaper faces eviction By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer The Yukon Review newspaper and other tenants could face eviction after the building at 110 S....

Badges On Buses

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer To protect students, Yukon police and the Yukon school district have partnered in an initiative to combat drivers who fail...

Important vacation, flying tips given

I’m back from a week’s hiatus and am glad to see Yukon continues to be the bustling, thriving festival-capital of Oklahoma that we’ve grown...

Track teams head to regionals

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Yukon has come accustomed to competing in tough track meets. The Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference, the Edmond Deer Creek, Edmond Santa Fe...

Festival of the Child will be ‘fun day,’ organizer says

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Saturday will be a time to celebrate children in Yukon. For the 23rd year, the first Saturday in May will feature...