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Obituary – Anita Snyder

Anita Jeanne Snyder, 63, passed from this life on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021 in Oklahoma City. She was born Sept. 30, 1957 in Grand Forks, ND, a daughter of the late Frank and Jeanne (Voiss) Storbakken. Raised in St. Joseph, Missouri, she moved to Oklahoma City in January 1981 with Rick, Josh and Jeremy. She…

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Obituary – James Eugene McAninch

  James Eugene McAninch was born July 21, 1934, in Armstrong County, PA. He passed away July 17, 2021. James joined the Air Force right out of High School. After 20 years of service, he retired in 1972. James also retired from Hormel Foods after 23 years with the company. After retirement, he made many…

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Free Fitness in the Park begins April 6

The weather is turning and with it the opportunity to enjoy city parks and some outdoor exercise has arrived. The inaugural Free Fitness in the Park will begin April 6 and run through Oct. 31 on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Vanessa Loe will teach Zumba at 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday. Participants are encouraged to bring comfortable…

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Multiple pending homicides remain in county

Editor’s note: As part of a look into the 19 pending homicides in Canadian County, the Yukon Review has printed the second half of the cases. Offense dates were printed in chronological order. The Review reminds readers all defendants are innocent until proven guilty. March 21, 2020 Anil Azmat, 34, of Oklahoma City was charged…

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Kretchmar breaking new ground in Yukon

As the state and nation begin emerging from the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, City Manager Tammy Kretchmar is excited about Yukon’s prospects in the upcoming months and years. The city is enjoying robust growth as sales tax revenue trends upward and familiar events are scheduled to return. Pretty exciting for someone who grew up…

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Training held for veterans, service dogs

By AMY STOUT astout@theyukonreview.com Have you ever wondered why a service dog is needed or how one can be beneficial to a veteran? I had the pleasure of speaking with Red Avery, with Versa K-9 for Vets, and gained important insight to this very question. Versa K-9 for Vets is comprised of six instructors and…

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Power of 100 donates $15,600 to charity

Members of Power of 100 Canadian County proudly present a check for $15,600 to Missy King of Yukon Sharing, center. The Power of 100CC membership is currently up to 178 women members. Power of 100CC is local women supporting local charities. To become a member, or for more information, visit powerof100cc.org. Photo / Paula Settle 

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Yukon Sharing Ministries named Power of 100 Canadian County’s recipient for first quarter of 2021

The Power of 100 Canadian County is proud to announce the 2021 first quarter HOPE award recipient: Yukon Sharing Ministries. Yukon Sharing provides clothing, food and other necessary services that individuals and families need. Yukon Sharing serves people living in the Yukon Independent School District, which includes 73099, 73085 and 73127 zip codes. The nonprofit…

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Yukon Review changing publication dates

Starting this week The Yukon Review is changing publication dates, announces Associate Publisher Paula Settle. Readers can expect their newspapers one day earlier. The Review has been published on Wednesdays and Saturdays for many years, but starting this week the newspaper will be published on Tuesdays and Fridays. Readers can expect their subscriptions to be…

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