- Sentence leaves officer with no criminal record (10)
- Changes have diluted label study: researcher (6)
- Major water main break investigated (5)
- Purchaser looking to expand mine’s lifespan (5)
- Quakes may be factor in water main break (5)
- Jobless rate fell in January: stats (4)
- Immediate decision on trucks sent packing (1)
- Yukoners push through overflow toward finish (1)
Supplements published on Monday February 19, 2018
Stories published on Monday February 19, 2018
- The case for tweaking our national anthem ( Uffish Thoughts ) The case for tweaking our national anthem
- Race manager stepping away from Quest family The Yukon Quest is more than a race for race manager Alex Olesen who is stepping down from his position with the family he grew up around.
- Handmade patches awarded to Quest finishers The Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre Sewing Group flew on to the Quest scene for the 2017 race with the creation of 10 handmade dog blankets.
- Progress made on climate change strategy: YG Yukon government climate change goals have to be prioritized by risk,
- The Tradition Continues The Chunday K’anat’a Dancers perform Saturday at the Folklore Show.
- Ten dogs have been put down: rescue owner The owner of a Tagish dog rescue says 10 of her dogs have been euthanized in order to comply with a Yukon Supreme Court order.
- Council approves $850,000 for ‘urgent’ sewer-leak fix The city will spend $850,000 to fix a leak in the city’s sewer system.
- Champ gets standing ovation at awards banquet The 35th annual Yukon Quest wrapped up Saturday evening with the finish and awards banquet at the Yukon Convention Centre.
- Store owner shocked by flood’s magnitude When Robert Ryan opened his Farmer Robert’s store, of all the things he thought that might go wrong in running the business, “a biblical-style flood” did not ever come to mind.
- Six to be honoured at 34th annual Yukon Heritage Awards The Yukon Historical & Museums Association (YHMA) will honour the six winners of the 34th annual Yukon Heritage Awards this evening at the Yukon Archives.