It’s crazy that cow brought Yukon acclaim

For a few days, I had a copy of the March 3, 1949 “cow edition” of The Yukon Sun on my desk after a...

They say it’s your birthday

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Senior Volunteers and supporters are being recruited for an uplifting program that will debut this August in three Yukon schools with...

More parents are considering joint custody as an option

By John Alberts Here at Bedlam Law we focus primarily on divorce, child custody and estate planning cases. In divorce and child custody cases I...

Pleased with passage

By Alyssa Sperrazza Staff Writer Freshman lawmaker Jay Steagall is happy Gov. Kevin Stitt kept his word to sign a controversial Constitutional Carry law. Steagall, R-Yukon, co-authored...

Loyd Eugene Schweitzer

Loyd Eugene Schweitzer, 84, departed this life on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 in El Reno, OK.  He was born March 18, 1934 in Calumet,...

Brooks & Done….Horton Hears a Who

For many years, Yukon had a skinny, little man with a raspy and pronounced voice who looked like he could play the role of...

Rugby team hosting Hillside

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Yukon’s rugby team will open the home portion of their schedule on Friday, hosting the Hillside XV’s. The match will be played...

Miller soccer to face Norman North in opener

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Facing challenges. Yukon will have more than handful this coming soccer season. And it starts with a big challenge on Friday. The Millers open...

Millerettes face early test in Norman North

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Early season tests. It’s a challenge that Yukon’s Millerette soccer team is up to the task. Yukon will make the trip south Friday...

Wrestlers finish season

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor OKLAHOMA CITY – Yukon went into Saturday’s consolation rounds with three wrestlers needing to win one match to have a shot...