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‘Little Free Library’ coming to Green Chile Kitchen

Little Free Library

Trent Logan works on the Little Free Library he is building to be placed at the Green Chili Kitchen, 12 E Main. Patrons may look forward to the “library” to be in place in the near future. Trent is the brother of Tara Peters, owner of the popular restaurant featuring Mexican/Southwestern menu items. Staying with the theme of the restaurant, ... Read More »

ePaper for Oct 25, 2014

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Millers roll past Norman 37-7

- Photo by Chuck Reherman
Jaden Gilmore (32) and Cooper Stanley (84) sack Norman quarterback Ryan Peoples as Tucker Doyle comes in to assist in the Millers’ 37-7 win over the Tigers Friday night.

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor The one thing Yukon needed to do to take Norman out of the game early was to get off to a fast start. The Millers did just that and remained in the thick of things in the District 6AI-1 race with a 37-7 rout of Norman Friday night at Miller Stadium. The Millers, 4-4, overall, ... Read More »

Frosh close season at Norman Monday

- Photo by Chuck Reherman
Cody Burnett runs for a first down through a trio of Putnam City defenders in the Millers’ 27-13 win Monday night. Yukon closes the season on Monday with a road game to Norman.

By Chuck Reherman Sports Editor Yukon’s freshmen football team will wind up the 2014 season on Monday, taking to the one road last time. The Millers will travel to Norman to face the Tigers in a 5 p.m. kickoff at Harve Collins Field. The Millers will be looking to finish their season off with a second straight win and their ... Read More »

Pam Shelton named Chamber’s interim director

Pam Shelton

By Conrad Dudderar, Editor Pam Shelton has been named interim director of the Yukon Chamber of Commerce. Shelton will “wear two hats” as she continues serving as Main Street program director for the City of Yukon. Both are part-time positions; the Main Street office is at 458 W Main and the Chamber office is nearby at 510 Elm. Shelton, who ... Read More »

Ranchwood leads Foundation grant ‘pack’

Ranchwood Foundation Grants

Ranchwood Elementary again had the most Yukon Public Schools’ Foundation for Excellence grant recipients of any YPS site: From left, D’Lynne Koontz (district representative), Betty Corn (Foundation trustee), Elizabeth Wilson (grant recipient), Marci White (grant recipient), Sheli McAdoo (district representative), Kayce Davis (grant recipient), Kathy Davis (district representative), Sheila Urton (grant recipient), Gayla Pounds (district representative), Abby Chambers (grant recipient), ... Read More »

Richland Fire promotes fire safety at Riverside school

Richland Fire Safety Presentation

Richland Fire Department firefighter Scott Colbert, Capt. Tyler Cornman and firefighter Jeremy Burnett discuss fire safety during a presentation at Riverside Elementary School. October is National Fire Protection Month. Read More »

YPS Foundation honors 34 educators with $23K in grants

Yukon High School teacher Brian Payne is the center of attention as he accepts his Foundation grant award in a surprise, in-class presentation.

By Conrad Dudderar, Editor Thirty four Yukon educators on Oct. 23 were awarded grants to help fund innovative projects for their students. The funding is provided by Yukon Public Schools’ Foundation for Excellence, a pillar of the community’s educational system. YPS Foundation trustees recognized grant recipients during surprise presentations at schools across the district. “We received 42 applications and were ... Read More »

Chamber ribbon cutting for Patriot Prosthetics

Ribbon Cutting-Patriot Prosthetics

The Yukon Chamber of Commerce sponsors a ribbon cutting during an Oct. 23rd open house for Patriot Prosthetics and Orthotics, 1804 Commons Circle – Suite A. Owners are Michael and Michelle Huggins and Dallas and Heidi Curtis. (Photo by LaShanya Nash) Read More »

‘Veggie’ storytime Nov. 19 at library

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Students in grades K-2 are invited to a dynamic vegetable-themed storytime presented by the hardworking and passionate members of Frisco OHCE (Oklahoma Home Community Education) group at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the Mabel C. Fry Public Library, 1200 Lakeshore. Participants will have the opportunity to listen to stories, make an inspired craft and share a scrumptious snack provided ... Read More »