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Baking Memories: Group bakes thousands of kolaches for upcoming Czech Festival

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer For Yukon’s Tuesday Night Baking Group, tradition is the warmth of freshly baked dough, the tartness of fresh fruit, the richness of butter – and the smiles and excitement when all of those come together to form thousands of kolaches clamored after by Czech Festival attendees year after year. “It’s…

Upcoming book to explore Canadian County’s haunted past

Co-authors seeking public help in collecting testimonies for next project By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor From seeing apparitions that walk the shore of Lake Overholser, hearing disembodied voices echo around Yukon’s Stage Door Theatre, witnessing strange presences peer through the broken windows of the abandoned Concho Indian School, to the bone chilling tales of Deadman’s…

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Football: Playoff Preview at Broken Arrow

  By Trey Hunter Sports Editor Mustang Times One year ago, Mustang did the unthinkable. The Broncos knocked off a powerful, east-side opponent on the road, in the playoffs — defeating Broken Arrow at Tiger Field in the Class 6A-1 quarterfinals. It’s familiar territory to say the least as Mustang embarks on another quest for…

Football: Mustang’s gutsy performance not enough in 24-17, playoff loss at Broken Arrow

By Trey Hunter Sports Editor Mustang Times BROKEN ARROW – Mustang showed guts. But on Friday, guts just wasn’t enough. With their backs against the wall, the Broncos fought back, tying the game twice in the second half before falling behind 24-10 with 9:17 remaining. They scored with 4:35 remaining to pull within a score,…

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