Yukon woman arrested for complaints of child abuse, neglect and drugs

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer A Yukon woman has been arrested on child abuse/neglect and drug complaints after Yukon police were called to investigate injuries...

Skyview wins national award

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer Skyview Elementary School takes inclusion for special learners and athletes seriously. On Wednesday, state officials with the national Special Olympics Unified...

Card Party planned for non-profit

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Card sharks across Yukon will congregate at a Main Street church for some post-Valentine’s Day competition and camaraderie … all...

Letter criticizes police

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer OKARCHE - A letter sent to town officials regarding a high-speed chase that left a man dead calls into question...

First medical marijuana dispensary opens in city limits

By Alyssa Sperrazza Staff Writer Yukon’s first medical marijuana dispensary, The Green Lily, opened January 11 and joins the growing number of industry stores in the...

OH, SHERRY!

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer (See photo slideshow at the bottom of this article.) A local businesswoman was recognized last Friday night for her selfless service...

Obituary – Roy Joseph Schweitzer

A visitation for Roy Joseph Schweitzer will be 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday in the Benson Memorial Chapel. The service will be 10...

Yukon’s own Santa tapped as volunteer of the year for 2018

By Conrad Dudderar Senior Staff Writer Yukon’s true “Santa” who’s spread Christmas joy to families in need for nearly two decades has been named Volunteer of...

Millers snap streak, roll by ENHS

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor EDMOND - When it comes to playing on the road, one place Yukon has had very little luck of coming away...

Lady Huskies second half surge downs Millerettes

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor EDMOND - The Siberian Gym at Edmond North has always been a tough place for Yukon. It turned out that way again,...