- Goeppel to ‘rigorously’ defend herself: lawyer (20)
- Revoke Goeppel’s appointment, NDP tells Liberals (13)
- Protest intends to give a voice to victims (8)
- Tearful mom speaks of pain of son’s loss (5)
- Man sentenced for setting fire to Dawson home (2)
- Insults flowed both ways: subject of complaint (2)
- Faro officials won’t be forcing mobile home residents to move (2)
- Power failure’s duration: seven minutes to three hours (2)
Supplements published on Tuesday February 21, 2017
Stories published on Tuesday February 21, 2017
- Reviving the Babe Southwick Memorial Race The dogs yap, pulling at their lines as they dig into the sparsely snow-covered ground.
- Building walls: isn’t there an app for that? Walls are great if you remember their structural limitations, and humans have been building strong, secure walls for thousands of years.
- Snowmobilers have joined the Pledge to Drive Safe The Klondike Snowmobile Association (KSA) has joined the Pledge to Drive Safe campaign!
- For most, the 2017 Yukon Quest was a labour of love There is a slogan the Yukon Quest uses
- Quest trail hosted more than dogs, mushers Dog teams weren’t alone in running the Yukon Quest trail this month.
- Injuries Avoided Slippery North Klondike Highway conditions
- Dawson fire could have proved far more serious Disaster was averted Sunday
- Liberals reconstruct housing corporation board The Yukon’s Liberal government has appointed a new chair and one new member to the Yukon Housing Corp.’s board of directors, and plans to appoint a third new member soon.
- City receives Canada 150 funding As the nation’s official 150th birthday celebration approaches on July 1,
- Bus purchase may be sole-sourced The city will vote next week on whether to sole-source a contract worth more than $1 million.
- Accused tried to charge at lawyer, court told The trial of a Dawson City man has continued in his absence.
- Tearful mom speaks of pain of son’s loss Michael MacPherson was in Yukon Supreme Court this morning