- Put your infill plans on hold, association urges city council (13)
- Lang looking forward to kicking back at home with family (10)
- Fire department acted appropriately, city argues (9)
- Woman spent money on travel, lifestyle pursuits (8)
- Power rates headed for an upswing (5)
- Rollover, road closures affected many people (5)
- Dawson hotel staff looking to catch toe-napper (5)
- New environmental grant policy proposed by administration (2)
Supplements published on Monday June 26, 2017
Stories published on Monday June 26, 2017
- 24 Hours of Light a family affair For the first time in race history, organizer Sierra Van der Meer
- Musician fundraises for BYTE-Empowering Youth Nicole Edwards, a Whitehorse musician and youth advocate,
- Mayor Pay His Dues Mayor Dan Curtis (left) finally squared up on his community cleanup wager
- Lang’s departure opens up an oppportunity Senator Dan Lang has announced that he will resign this August (Star, June 22, 23, 26).
- Sourtoe cocktail puts Dawson in the news again ( Uffish Thoughts ) It’s 11:25 on Friday morning,
- ‘It has come time for me to move to another chapter’ ( Comment ) Ed. note: this is how Yukon Senator Dan Lang announced his resignation to the Red Chamber last Thursday.
- New field school pilot starts in Pelly Crossing A new program at Yukon College’s Hets’edän Kú’ (Learning House) campus in Pelly Crossing
- Council sets schedule into 2018 Council sets schedule into 2018
- Ravenous Robin A baby robin
- Chinook salmon returns look exciting, says biologist The return of the Yukon River chinook is looking stronger than expected,
- SCAN shut down nine properties in six months The Yukon’s Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) unit shut down nine properties,
- Fifty wildfires burning across Yukon Fifty wildfires burning across YukonThe Yukon saw its wildfire total reach 50 for the season as two new wildfires were confirmed Sunday.
- Problems with building inspections exposed After spending $200,000 to have a garden suite built on his property,
- ‘We’re here to hopefully make things better’ Kwanlin Dün citizens don’t necessarily call the RCMP in times of need