- 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)
- Rollover takes life of award-winning firefighter (5)
- Missing man found in wilderness (2)
- Probation breach returns man to cells (2)
October 3, 1968
- Yukon Territory's First Albino Moose Yukon big game outfitter Alex Van Bibber of Champagne, Yukon, took the territory's first albino moose on October 3, 1968,
July 4, 1968
- Buddhist Rites Mark Cremation of Climbers In Quiet Yukon Valley In a lonely spot far up a Yukon mountain valley, six young Japanese Alpine climbers Sunday performed the traditional Buddhist cremation ceremony for the bodies of two companions lost in an avalanche in the St. Elias range three weeks before.
May 16, 1968
- Trudeau Meets Local Press ... Trudeau visits the Yukon
March 30, 1968
- Cleaning up Whiskey Flats "Squatters to go next week!"
February 28, 1968
- By gawd, Yukoners will survive another one! Canadian syndicated sports columnist Jim Coleman once gave a piece of advice to Yukoners about the Sourdough Rendezvous.
February 13, 1967
- Holocaust At Porter Creek - School Fires Total $1 Million The Whitehorse Star, Monday, February 13, 1967
November 1, 1966
- The Klondike Defence Force Things had been simmering gently on the back burner for some time as Edmonton and its Exhibition Association gradually assumed more and more Klondike characteristics over the protests of Yukoners, who quite naturally, assumed that the Klondike was legitimately theirs.
October 17, 1966
- Commissioner Jimmy Smith A 47-year-old businessman and northern of 26 years’ residence, Jimmy Smith was named Commissioner of the Yukon Territory Friday afternoon by Northern Affairs Minister Arthur Laing.
October 11, 1966
- Half Million Damage As Fire Rages The community was gradually adjusting to the loss of its largest school today, as children were shunted to other classrooms, teachers prepared to double up, clubs found they had no meeting place, and the total loss was checked out by authorities.
September 1, 1966
- Slip Slidin' Away So you want to move a 210 foot paddle wheeler THROUGH the streets of Whitehorse to a location a quarter mile away, and you want it to arrive in one piece…who you gonna call? KUNZE and OLSON, that's who!
June 1, 1966
- The Dalton Trail Visitors to the Yukon and Alaska are always interested in the history of the areas through which they travel.
March 23, 1965
- Bobby Kennedy Climbs Mt. Kennedy Mountain and mountain climbing stories in The STAR have always received prominent coverage. One of the interesting climbs was made by the late U.S. Senator Robert Kennedy in March 1965 when he climbed the Canadian mountain named for his brother President John F. Kennedy.
April 2, 1964
- DPW takes over highway Hundreds of spectators crowded around the ceremonial grounds Wednesday to witness the official hand-over of the Northwest Highway System to the Department of Public Works from the Canadian Army.
November 8, 1963
- NSAA Burns The North Star Athletic Association lasted 60 years in Whitehorse, then died November 8, 1963 as it had been created; by an ordinance passed at Yukon Territorial Council session.
April 11, 1963
- Youngster Five Days in Bush Lost near upper Liard but not worried at all