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Beating the heat, saving butterflies, honoring veterans

I recently made it out to City Splash, the pool behind the Yukon Community Center, for candid photos of swimmers and waders enjoying some...

When grilling out, leave it to the pros

Yet again this year, I interviewed Yukon’s fire chief about the dangers of handling fireworks. They are, in fact, illegal inside City limits but...

The joys of travel during a pandemic

I had planned to fly back to see my family in New Jersey later this summer but when my mother fell and broke her...

Can’t wait for our summer park concerts!

Don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for Yukon’s summer concert series to return. This has been a great tradition for more than...

Bad bookends for some seniors

This has been an interesting year to say the least for Yukon’s graduating seniors. Many Yukon High School and Southwest Covenant seniors were born in...

The Art of Adaption, The Need to Survive

Yukon businesses, organizations and churches have found innovative ways to reach their customers, clients and members due to the COVID-19 shutdown. Zoom, a video conferencing...

Thinking About ‘Getting Back to Business’

It was refreshing to learn that serious discussions are underway about reopening parts of our country - away from COVID-19 “hot zones” and highly...

Serious fall leads to all sorts of pain, frustration

A most frustrating situation hit close to home for me this week after my 84-year-old mother had a serious fall at her apartment in...

Yukon second grader meets Governor Stitt

By Conrad Dudderar Associate Editor A Yukon second grader – son of a Yukon City Council member – got the experience of a lifetime this week...

‘Sharing’ Christmas Season

Yukon Sharing Ministries is preparing to distribute about 200 Christmas baskets this Saturday, Dec. 14 for less fortunate people in this community. The efforts of...