Yukon

Berg named Dentist of the Year

The Oklahoma Dental Association (ODA) is proud to award Dr. Tamara Berg with the Distinguished Dental Service Award, one of the association’s highest honors. It was given during the 2019 ODA House of Delegates meeting on April 25 in Tulsa. The ODA Distinguished Dental Service Award recognizes a career of service and devotion to the…

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Millers match with Moore in regional

Yukon’s postseason fate was decided Monday when the regional tournament bracket was released. The Millers will be headed to Deer Creek Wednesday to take on Moore in the first round. Midwest City will also be there. The key to success lies within the team. “I think we can match up with anybody in the regional,…

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Iron Thistle hosts fire ceremony

Representatives of different Scottish clans pause as bagpipes play following the lighting of a ceremonial fire Friday during the Iron Thistle Scottish Festival at Mollie Spencer Farms. The fire represents Scottish immigrants’ journey to the New World. Photos / Larissa Copeland

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Patriots to use experience in first round of state tourney

To some, Southwest Covenant’s road to the state tournament may be a surprise, and that’s exactly what they wanted. At the end of the regular season the Patriots were 9-13 but since then they’ve been on a tear, winning six out of seven postseason games. To the team, the state appearance doesn’t come as a…

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City festival focuses on children, fun

With warm temperatures and only a slight chance for rain in the forecast, officials are hoping for a huge turnout this weekend for the Festival of the Child. The 23rd annual event is set to begin at 10 a.m. Saturday. Activities will continue most of the day at Yukon’s City Park. Everything will wrap up…

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Yukon police, schools partner in ‘Badges on Buses’ program

In an effort to increase the safety of students who ride school buses, the Yukon Police Department and Yukon Public Schools are partnering in the “Badges on Buses” campaign. The enforcement activities will take place Tuesday and Wednesday during both the morning and afternoon bus routes. Yukon police officers will ride on school buses and…

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A FULL-TIME PASSION

Carlos Barboza realizes gift By Larissa Copeland It took Carlos Barboza about a week to finish the 13-by-11-foot mural in downtown Yukon, but making art has been a lifelong love. “I was put into a cartooning class when I was seven,” Barboza said. “So, art was something I kind of kept doing, the older I…

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