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Canadian County gears up for annual fair

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By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com The entries have begun arriving for the 2019 Canadian County Free Fair. The annual event begins Wednesday and runs through Saturday at the fairgrounds complex in El Reno. “We’d better be ready because it is about to happen,” said Brad Tipton, who is serving as the fair board secretary. The fair…

Earl’s Rib Palace nears completion downtown

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By LARISSA COPELAND layout@theyukonreview.com Downtown Yukon’s newest eatery has been in the planning stages for years – and its owners are excited to be part of a thriving community. Earl’s Rib Palace does not have an official opening date yet, but according to general manager Joel Lyon, he hopes the restaurant is up and running…

Pilots soar in Okie Derby at Sundance Airport

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By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Sundance Airport drew husbands and wives, brothers and sisters and University of Oklahoma students on Saturday for the Okie Derby. Participants also included a father and son, a father and a daughter and a grandfather along with his son and grandsons. The event, in its 41st year, tests the aviation skills…

Lucas pushes for trade reform

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By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Congressman Frank Lucas took questions for more than an hour Tuesday in a town-hall meeting at the Yukon Police Department. The Republican, who represents the Yukon area and much of western Oklahoma, said that it was his 16th town hall of the year and that he intended to have one town…

Couple’s third ‘House Hunter’ episode features Yukon, OKC metro area

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By LARISSA COPELAND layout@theyukonreview.com Real estate duo Troy and Denise Schroder are no strangers to television, and their most recent endeavor showcases Yukon, a community that is close to both of their hearts. It was while Denise Schroder was teaching at Yukon High School that she met and fell in love with Troy, who worked…

OKC planning panel approves Crest site plan

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By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com Plans for a long-anticipated Crest Foods in the Yukon area appear to be moving forward quickly. Officials with the Edmond-based company received approval last week for a planned unit development split that would place the 92,000-square-foot grocery store in the Market at Czech Hall. Groundwork for the project already has begun…

An honorable send-off

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Yukon students head back to class

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By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com They’re back. About 8,700 students returned to the classroom Thursday in Yukon. Officials said there were very few problems, though a couple of bus routes were running a little behind schedule. This year’s students were greeted by about 100 new teachers across the district. At least one school, Skyview, had no…

Eight churches unite to outfit students for class

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14           By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Eight Yukon churches joined together to provide backpacks and school supplies to 917 students and give 103 haircuts Saturday. The school supply drive, held at the Good Fight Church, 500 E. Main St., served 534 students last year, meaning it nearly doubled in size this year, said Josh Laughter, the…

First-year teacher hopes to make difference in her students’ lives

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By LARISSA COPELAND layout@theyukonreview.com One of the new faces at Yukon Middle School is first-year seventh-grade English teacher Catlin Gardner, who student-taught at Yukon High School last year. Gardner graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and a minor in nonprofits. However, after graduation, she realized that…

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