Woman born into Muslim family now preaches Christianity

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer A woman who was born in the Middle East to a Muslim family dispelled the false notions the West and...

Millers face unbeaten Santa Fe in top 10 match-up

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Going for five. Yukon goes chasing a fifth straight win and the Millers will face their toughest challenge of the season with...

Millerettes lock up 6A-2 runner-up spot

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor MOORE - Earning a host role is the first goal for teams at the start of the softball season. Yukon earned theirs...

Lady Patriot volleyball routs Knights, Harding

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Southwest Covenant’s volleyball team is heading into the home stretch of their season and is looking to make a run at...

YHS spikers take second at Bartlesville

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor BARTLESVILLE - Yukon has always had good luck when it comes to playing in the Bartlesville Tournament. The Millerettes had that luck...

Frosh routs Edmond North 45-13

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Yukon’s freshman Millers are following suit with the varsity team. Off to their best start in recent years. The Millers rolled to a...

Miller JV remains unbeaten, 27-7

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Off to a strong start. Yukon’s junior varsity Millers are off to an unbeaten start, rolling to a 27-7 win over Edmond...

YMS closes in on conference title

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Yukon came within in a step on winning the conference title after posting a pair of wins this week. The Millerettes beat...

STATE’S TOP TEACHER

By Alyssa Sperrazza Staff Writer Ranchwood Elementary’s own Batman, art teacher Rebecca Oglesby, was named the 2019 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Tuesday at the State...

‘Ridiculous waste of money’

By Tim Farley News Editor A prominent Yukon banker has labeled a potential $8 million investment for the first phase of a new Canadian County fairgrounds...