Yukon, Oklahoma is home to the Millers! This little town was in proximity to fertile farmland in the early 1900’s, and quickly thrived as an urban center for all farmers. It only made sense to build a mill in the middle of the town. This mill soon became one of the largest flour mills in … » Learn More about Yukon, Oklahoma
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Mustang, OK is probably one of the most expanding communities in Canadian County. Mustang was established in 1895, but it was incorporated into a city in 1969. Since then the population has continually grown to nearly 22,000 residents making it one of the youngest and fastest growing communities in the state. The city limits of … » Learn More about Mustang, Oklahoma
Although the population of El Reno is reaching 20,000, it still gives you that small town feel. Eighty squares miles from end to end yet holds so many adventures in between. Historic El Reno lies at the crossroads of Route 66 and the Chisholm Trail, which is known as U.S. Highway 81. El Reno Main … » Learn More about El Reno, Oklahoma