Yukon keeps improving, attracting new residents

Among the changes in Yukon are the construction of a $92 million high school, scheduled to open in 2011; improvements to streets and bridges; and completion of a $25 million expansion of Integris Canadian Valley Regional Hospital.

BY CHRIS SCHUTZ Modified: August 10, 2010 at 11:06 am •  Published: August 4, 2010
YUKON — The city of Yukon, which traces its history to its founding in 1891, is expanding in several ways and looking for ways to meet the demands of a growing population.

Among the changes...

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