Nightriders head to nationals

By Faith DeSplinter This week, the Mustang Nightrider Marching Band is heading to Bands of America Grand Nationals. They will compete against 100 bands from across the nation. “Grand Nationals is such a diverse and really awesome experience. I get to meet people from all over the nation who share the same passion as I…

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Mustang swimming dives into the season

By Brody Feldmann Last Thursday, the Mustang swim team dove into the season with its first meet of the season at Norman. Mustang traveled to the University of Oklahoma to take on the Norman schools in the opening meet of the season. “It was good to get in the pool and swim against somebody and…

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Southwest Covenant set to open playoffs

By Hayden Tucker, staff writer Southwest Covenant will look to continue its historic season with a strong playoff push. The Patriots wrapped up the regular season, sweeping all opponents and now their focus shifts to the post season. Winning their district gives them home field advantage for the first two rounds of playoffs. Sasakwa (5-5)…

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Yukon grapplers hit the mat in Edmond

By Hayden Tucker, staff writer Over the weekend, Yukon wrestling traveled to Edmond North for the Colton Schneider Memorial Open. This was the first time in the new season the Millers were able to see competition. “It was very good to get out of the practice room and get to see live competition from somebody…

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Settlement reached in fired athletic director’s case

By Chris Eversole On Friday, Mustang Public Schools and fired Mustang Public Schools Athletic Director Chester “Chuck” Bailey Jr. reached a settlement in the Bailey’s case against the school system. Both sides met throughout Friday afternoon in a private settlement conference at the U.S. Courthouse in downtown Oklahoma City. On Monday, Interim Superintendent Charles Bradley…

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Patriots down Medford for District Championship

By Hayden Tucker   Defeating opponents by a large margin has become a commonplace for Southwest Covenant football but their win Friday meant more than the others. The Patriots toppled Medford (5-4, 4-2) 63-30 to go undefeated on the regular season and win the district championship. In all of Southwest Covenant’s history no such feat…

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Breaking down the Tuesday elections

CANADIAN COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1 Voters in Canadian County District 1 will go to the polls Tuesday to decide who will represent them on the county commission. The incumbent is Marc Hader, a Republican. Hader is seeking his second, four-year term. He is being challenged by Marcus Hall, a Libertarian. The Yukon Review posed a…

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Yukon freshmen have strong showing in 2018

By Hayden Tucker, staff writer The buzzer sounded Tuesday night at Miller Stadium indicating the end of the season for Yukon freshman football. The young Millers were vying for a Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference championship, but they fell short when Westmoore scored a late touchdown and converted a two-point conversion with 10 seconds left. The…

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Yukon Review endorsements for the Nov. 6 election

STATE QUESTION 793 Allow Optometrists & Opticians to Operate in Retail Stores INITIATIVE PETITION 415 STATE QUESTION 793 This measure adds a new Section 3 to Article 20 of the Oklahoma Constitution. Under the new Section, no law shall infringe on optometrists’ or opticians’ ability to practice within a retail mercantile establishment, discriminate against optometrists…

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DOMINOES ARE FALLING

By Brody Feldmann There is a saying that “success breeds success” and that is what is happening inside of the Mustang wrestling program. The program witnessed its first individual win a national championship over the summer when Tate Picklo won at the Fargo National Championships. Then, for the first time in two decades, the Broncos…

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