Area Breaking News

Yukon PD investigating early morning gunshots

The Yukon Police Department is investigating reports of gunfire early Friday morning. Police responded to the reports at 4:15 a.m. in the 1100 block of South Ranchwood Blvd. Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered shell casings on the ground behind businesses in the area. At this time, no damage or injuries have been reported.…

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Easter on the Prairie celebrates 30th year

With weather so picture-perfect it could have been scripted the Chisholm Trail Historical Preservation Society Easter on the Prairie celebrated its 30th year. A steady flow of kids and parents made their way to Mollie Spencer Farms, where all kind of fun awaited. From trains and mini horses to gunfights and firefighters, kids celebrated Easter…

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Mayor to end mask mandate

By Michael Pineda [email protected] An early meeting of Mayor Shelli Selby’s COVID-19 Task Force concluded with an announcement that she intended to sign a proclamation revoking mask restrictions. Selby said she intended to sign the proclamation after the meeting. City Manager Tammy Kretchmar said the proclamation had not yet been signed as of Thursday afternoon.…

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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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Yukon officers receive mental health, physiological training

Eight Yukon officers attended a mental health training on excited delirium March 18. Sean Barnette, Heartland Medical Direction director of training, taught the free two-hour class at the Yukon Police Department. Barnette is also a Tinker firefighter, as well as a paramedic; deputy sheriff; and tactical medic. He also teaches paramedic training at Oklahoma City…

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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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County ADA says pending homicides high

Editor’s note: As part of a look into the 19 pending homicides in Canadian County, the Yukon Review has printed the first half of the cases. The Review will print the remaining cases in its next issue. Offense dates were printed in chronological order. The Review reminds readers all defendants are innocent until proven guilty.…

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Training held for veterans, service dogs

By AMY STOUT [email protected] 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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