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It’s more than wood

By Carol Mowdy Bond Contributing Writer Yukon resident and artist Michael Hintze participated in the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s (OVAC) Oklahoma Art Crawl on June 27...

Oklahoma Catfish Report

By Jeremy Pyle Circulation Manager/Fishing Editor The state of Oklahoma has the largest number of lakes created by dams of any state in the United States,...

Republicans claim two House seats in Canadian County

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer Republicans dominated election night in Canadian County as voters made their voices heard at the polls Tuesday House District 47 Republican...

And the winner is ….

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer A new generation of Oklahoma Czech Royalty appeared on stage in their cultural dress and demonstrated their knowledge of Czech...

Rates going up?

By Tim Farley News Editor Yukon water rates will increase 7 percent beginning with the January bill if a proposed measure is approved by the city...

Last roundup

By Mindy Ragan Wood Staff Writer PIEDMONT - The Piedmont Roundup Club faces an uncertain future as it gears up for the last playday of the...

PC West ends Millers playoff chance

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor With 14 minutes remaining in the match, Yukon’s season virtually came to an end. Thanks to Putnam City West. The Patriots scored the...

Millerettes place 11th in Classic

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor It was one of the largest fields in a track meet this season and with limited number of competitors, it was...

Millerettes upend ENHS in OT

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor EDMOND - With just under three minutes remaining in the match, Yukon was staring at a second district loss. But, the Millerettes...

Millerettes place 11th at CAHS Invitational

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor MIDWEST CITY – It was a tough day for a shorthanded Yukon Millerettes track team in their first meet in two...