Bice Keeps Senate 22

Stephanie Bice will keep her Senate District 22 seat after a resounding win Tuesday night. Bice could not be reached for comment and did not...

County commissioners sweep to victory

By Tim Farley News Editor Two Canadian County commissioners swept to victory with each earning another four-year term Tuesday night. District 1 incumbent Marc Hader gained 72.5...

Steagall Wins House 43

Yukon’s Jay Steagall defeated his Democratic opponent to claim the open House District 43 seat Tuesday night. Steagall earned 9,631 votes (68 percent) while Democrat...

Pike Authority fixing bridge

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A $55 million project began Thursday, Nov. 1 to widen North Canadian River bridges as traffic volumes grow rapidly on...

At odds in District 1

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A Republican incumbent who has striven to increase accountability and transparency in county government is being challenged in his re-election...

Construction is underway on a new Yukon-area steakhouse

LongHorn Steakhouse will be directly west of Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen in The Market at Czech Hall retail development on the southwest corner of I-40...

You’re invited to a craft fair

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church in Yukon is having their annual craft fair on Saturday November 3rd from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.  We are...

Yukon Public Schools’ Foundation for Excellence awards grants

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Thirty grants totaling more than $23,000 were awarded this week to Yukon educators during surprise, in-class presentations. Since it began in...

Central Oklahoma Ballet hosts second Nutcracker fundraiser

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Children will be treated to the story of the Nutcracker during the annual “Sugar Plum Fairy Tea” in downtown Yukon. The...

Millers snap slide, Rout Enid 54-0

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor ENID - After a grueling four-game schedule Yukon needed “one of those games” to get their confidence back. A nice little road...