Mustang dual was learning experience, coach says

By MICHAEL KINNEY For the Yukon Review For the Yukon boys cross country team, there was no better way for them to get their season started than facing off with Mustang last week in their annual Canadian County Clash. Despite it being considered a practice run, facing the Broncos right out the gate was beneficial,…

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Millers take tough losses against Moore, Norman

By MICHAEL KINNEY For the Yukon Review After a forgettable outing earlier in the week, the Yukon volleyball team took the court Thursday looking to wipe the defeat from their memory. Facing a Moore High program they had dominated over the years, the odds were in their favor. However, whatever crippled the Millers Tuesday, came…

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Millerettes seek to rebound after Westmoore loss

A Yukon player snags the ball during a play Tuesday against Westmoore. The Millerettes were scheduled to play in the Southmoore Festival on Friday. Photo / Terry GrooverBy TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com Yukon softball coach Katy Hoke said she was at a loss in explaining what happened to her girls Tuesday in a 10-3 loss to…

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Obituary – Karen Kay Fairchild

Karen Kay Fairchild Karen Kay Fairchild went to be with her Lord in Heaven, surrounded by her family on Aug. 15 at Integris Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City. Her funeral will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church with Pastor Jeff Klade and Marvin Henschel officiating. Interment will be at Fort Sill National…

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Eight churches unite to outfit students for class

14           By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Eight Yukon churches joined together to provide backpacks and school supplies to 917 students and give 103 haircuts Saturday. The school supply drive, held at the Good Fight Church, 500 E. Main St., served 534 students last year, meaning it nearly doubled in size this year, said Josh Laughter, the…

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Millers look to beat the odds in 2019

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com The Yukon High School football team is in a rebuilding phase. The team has a significant number of new coaches, not to mention only a handful of returning starters from last year’s team that missed the playoff by one game. Despite the changes, which include a new defensive coordinator, the Millers’…

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Obituary – Tommy Joe Sellers – Death Notices

Tommy Joe Sellers, age 77, passed away on Aug. 8 in Oklahoma City. Tommy was born in El Reno on Feb. 1, 1942, to Walter Paul and Nellie Mae McDaniel Sellers. After graduating from Yukon High School in 1961, he served in the Army from 1961 to 1964. He was stationed at Schofield Barracks, after…

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Wet spring delays SH-4 bridge project

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com A wet spring has meant delays for several projects that are being planned by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation — including work to replace three bridges on State Highway 4 with a single bridge. City engineer Robbie Williams told the Yukon City Council Tuesday the bid-letting for the project, which had…

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Auld swims to personal bests at state event

By BRODY FELDMANN newseditor@mustangnews.info Yukon’s Isaiah Auld finished a successful summer last weekend at the Oklahoma Long Course State Championship. Auld continued cutting time in each race and placed in several events in the competition. “It’s been good. I’ve worked on a lot of mental stuff,” Auld said. At the state championship, Auld qualified for…

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