- Optics around office closure ‘horrible’: YEU (20)
- ‘I wish to be paid for the time worked’ (14)
- Riders could avoid downtown trips under bus plan (12)
- ATV bylaw passes first two readings (6)
- Ambulance was being returned, family says (6)
- Bright picture forecast for affordable housing (5)
- Rollover takes life of award-winning firefighter (5)
- Probation breach returns man to cells (2)
September 11, 1995
- Remains of missing youth discovered Human remains found along the Long Lake Road Aug. 15 are those of John Brent Moffatt. The Whitehorse youth mysteriously disappeared from the Klondike Inn nine years ago.
June 29, 1995
- Star columnist named to Order of Canada Edith Josie, a life-long Old Crow resident and Star columnist for 32 years, has been named a member of the Order of Canada.
February 23, 1995
- Record-setting Turner: 'I owed it to the dogs' FAIRBANKS - It took him 12 tries to do it, but at 4:40 this morning Alaska time, Frank Turner finally won his first Yukon Quest. He did it in record fashion. No other winner has ever turned in the 10-day, 16-hour performance that the 47-year-old Whitehorse resident did.
February 14, 1995
- Meteorite crashes A meteorite came zooming down over the Yukon faster than Cupid's arrow this morning before ending its fall to earth near Atlin,B.C., the Whitehorse weather office reports.
December 24, 1993
- Horse remains found near Dawson City are 26,000 years old Carbon-dating an Ice Age horse's remains found by placer miners this fall shows the animal is more than long in the tooth - the Yukon Ass is 26,000 years old.
May 31, 1993
- 200-Plus Attend Historic Land Claim Signing Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon's signing of a Yukon land claim settlement on Saturday was described by onlookers at the three-hour ceremony as the cornerstone for the future for Yukon Indians.
- Chief Recalls Late Elders Who Blazed Land Claim Trail The emotional level was at the top of the scale on Saturday as more than 200 people gathered to witness the historic signing of land claim settlements for four Yukon First Nations.
September 3, 1992
- Mammoth Bones 12,000 years old - Bones could start a reference collection It's the bare bones of a beginning, but placer miner Norm Ross hopes the recovery of a mammoth from a claim on Gold Run Creek deposits a good image of the industry in tourism promotions.
May 4, 1992
- City Resident Makes Polar History Whitehorse resident Martyn Williams has become the first Canadian to reach both poles of the earth using only skies and a small dog team.
March 4, 1992
- Murder Suspect continues to elude RCMP The RCMP hope the public will provide the lead they need to find Ronald Jeffrey Bax, wanted in connection with the murder of Krystal Senyk in Carcross on Monday.
March 3, 1992
- Woman is shot; RCMP hunt for murder suspect CARCROSS _ A domestic dispute that went horribly wrong left one woman dead Monday and the police searching the Carcross area for a male suspect.
July 19, 1991
- Dawson man wins Toughest Man title The Dawson City man who represented Canada in boxing at the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, Australia was back in the ring Thursday night in front of 1,200 to 1,500 fans at Takhini Arena.
May 10, 1991
- Man swears to Bigfoot sighting in central Yukon You saw a what? “Bigfoot.” Hahahaha, yuk, yuk, yuk . . .
January 3, 1991
- Bitter Elements had Firefighters Resembling Mobile Ice Sculptures Most of the 20 or so firefighters were free to leave the Saan clothing store fire scene and escape the -43 degree temperatures by early Wednesday evening. But at least two men have been on the site around the clock applying water to the ruins.
January 2, 1991
- Fire Breaks Out at Saan Store What appears to be a major fire broke out at the Saan clothing store at the corner of Second Avenue and Ogilvie Street at about 12:30 this afternoon.
August 17, 1990
- Canol Road to be honoured as historic site tomorrow The Canol Road is about to assume what many consider to be its proper place in history.