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Get your taste at Yukon’s ‘fare affair’

Are you ready to get your taste? Mouths have started watering across Yukon and surrounding towns as the date of our epic food festival inches...

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...

Joy Osterman, Rotary feed, Officer Pete

Joy Osterman is a friend to many in Yukon and I’ve known her since the early 1990s when I started covering the news and...

Grady the cow, Mitch Hoskins, YHS play

Not many of you were around 70 years ago when Grady the cow got stuck inside a silo on the Mach farm. This was a...

Remembering Yukon educators of the past

Now that I’m happily a (now-so-cub) reporter, Yukon Progress editor Tim Farley lets me out to cover more events than I have since my...

Medical weed, young leaders, city trails

February 14th figures to be a red-letter day for Yukon. Obviously, it is Valentine’s Day and many of you will spend time with your sweetheart. As...

Parkland, Ground Hog dinner, blood

One of Yukon’s true “community” schools is celebrating a monumental anniversary with a truly special event next week. Parkland Elementary School, 2201 S Cornwell, is...

Chamber gala, Jan, Joanne, chocolate

Have you gotten your tickets to the Yukon Chamber of Commerce’s annual gala and auction? The big event is coming soon (like in three...

Person’s pet peeves grow with age

Normally I don’t talk much about my personal life here. But this is a “personal column”, not an editorial, so give me some lee-way...

Shooting, city council race, sales tax

There has been some debate this week about whether a Yukon-area homeowner was justified in shooting a suspect who allegedly tried to break into...