Patriots advance to second round with win

For Yukon coach Jeremy Reed, there is a lot of soul searching in his future. The Millers’ head football coach said this week that he will have to look hard at what went wrong this year when the Millers lost twice to their archrival. Yukon opened and closed its season against Mustang. Reed said 2020…

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Patriots advance to second round with win

The Southwest Covenant Patriots spread out their offensive performance last week to several players as they topped Central High School 44-0. The win advanced the Patriots to the second round of the Class B playoffs, where they were to face Waurika (5-3, 3-1), which had a bye last week. A big second quarter propelled the…

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2016 robbery suspect arrested

By MARK CODNER [email protected]   After more than four years on the run, an Oklahoma City man wanted in connection with a Yukon armed robbery is in custody. Damon Brandon Caldwell, 46, was booked Thursday into the Canadian County jail on charges of robbery, shooting with intent to kill and being a felon in possession…

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Patriots top Bray-Doyle for district win

Tyler Kelly had a dominating performance Thursday as he helped lead the Southwest Covenant Patriots to the team’s second consecutive win of the season, 56-12, over Bray-Doyle. Kelly finished the night with nine carries for 167 yards and three touchdowns. He scored twice in the first quarter, including a 45-yard run. The other score was…

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SWC Patriots play, win 30-28 over Caddo in tight game

After a two-week break caused by COVID-19, the Southwest Covenant Patriots finally got an opportunity Friday to get back on the field, and they got their first win of the season. The Patriots used a fourth-quarter two-point conversion to pull off the 30-28 win over Caddo. It was the first time the Patriots had been…

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Mayor won’t seek second term

By SHANE SMITH For The Mustang News After serving a single term as Mustang’s mayor, Jess Schwein-berg said he is retiring. Schweinberg announced Tuesday that he will not seek a second term in office. His announcement came at the end of the city council meeting. Schweinberg says he is “going into the retirement life.” Schweinberg…

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Yukon Crest preps for October opening

A little more than a year after Oklahoma City officials approved its plan site, Crest Foods Fresh Market has begun taking applications for its new store in the Yukon area. The store has been a highly anticipated addition to the retail market in the Yukon area. It will be located at 715 N. Czech Hall…

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Area man accused in March death of 2-month-old girl

A murder charge was filed Friday against a Yukon-area man accused in the March death of a two-month-old girl. Maj. Gary Knight, a spokesman for the Oklahoma City Police Department, said the Canadian County District Attorney’s Office filed first-degree murder charges against Anil Azmat, 33, of Yukon. Azmat is accused in the death of Amora…

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Commander to speak at museum gala

Since June 2019, Col. Paul Filcek has been the commander of Tinker Air Force Base and its nearly 3,000 airmen. He also is responsible for more than $5.4 billion in resources at the air base, located near Midwest City. Filcek, who has served in the U.S. Air Force since 1987, is scheduled to be the…

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