Local newspaper grows with Yukon
As Yukon continues to grow, so does the community newspaper.
The Yukon Review is continuing its decades-long tradition of informing and entertaining the citizens of Yukon. The Review publicizes local events and achievements that affect the residents of Yukon and eastern Canadian County.
Yukon’s community newspaper is published every Wednesday and Saturday, offering readers comprehensive news and sports coverage. Each edition is delivered to Yukon homes both by carrier and mail; with copies also available at newsstands across the Yukon area.
With the largest paid circulation of any newspaper in Canadian County, The Yukon Review is supported both by its loyal readers and advertisers.
The owners of The Review, longtime editor Conrad Dudderar and pastor John Miller, believe an integral part of our community is a strong, informative locally-owned newspaper. Dudderar and Miller, who purchased The Yukon Review in April 2008, are committed to making sure Yukon has a progressive, community-focused newspaper for many years to come.
The newspaper owners are fortunate to have a dedicated, talented staff who share this commitment.
In an effort to expand readership, The Yukon Review in spring 2009 launched a new web version of the paper. Each edition is now available for viewing on-line, along with several bonus features. The e-paper address is www.yukonreview.net; three-month, six-month and one-year subscriptions are available.
The Yukon Review is a member of the Yukon Chamber of Commerce and the Oklahoma Press Association.