- Woodcock is first councillor to reveal plans (24)
- Accused granted bail with many conditions (19)
- Former councillor wants back into city politics (12)
- Kennel owner must pay thousands in legal costs (11)
- Organics collection plan to cost much more (7)
- LNG depot still being considered for Whitehorse (6)
- Hunting permit lottery to be looked at: Frost (4)
- Pioneer family memories to be shared tonight (2)
July 11, 2018
- Errant raven cuts off power A raven is behind a power outage Tuesday morning that affected the Mayo Road area.
- Blaze is growing larger Yukon Wildland Fire Management staff are reporting that the wildfire burning 40 km northwest of Watson Lake has grown.
- Learning From A Pro Wacey Rabbit instructs youth
- Federal AFN candidates debate in Whitehorse As the country looks to elect one of its next federal representative of First Nations citizens later this month,
- Challenge closer to being granted $1 million The city is closer to providing a one-time $1-million grant to the Challenge Disability Resource Group as it continues efforts on its Cornerstone Building project.
- City continues preparing for cannabis era The city is closer to being ready for legalized cannabis Oct. 17 after council passed the first two readings for changes to the business licence bylaw and the controlled substance properties bylaw.
- Motorists Escape Injury Whitehorse RCMP, along with Yukon Emergency Medical Services and the Whitehorse Fire Department,
- Facility on track to accept residents in October Construction of the Whistle Bend continuing care facility is in its “finishing stages” and on track to be completed for October – despite missing its target of “substantial completion” that was set for mid-June in April.
- Accused granted bail with many conditions A 25-year old Carmacks man accused of first-degree murder was granted bail Tuesday.
- Pioneer family memories to be shared tonight It was the Gold Rush that brought Harry Miller’s great grandfather, Harry Breaden, to the Yukon.
- Kennel owner must pay thousands in legal costs The owner of the Tagish dog kennel has been ordered to pay her neighbours’ legals costs, totalling $8,082.81.
July 10, 2018
- Couple stars in goldpanning championships The main event in last Saturday’s Yukon Goldpanning Championships was pretty much a Millar family contest,
- Planning commission being formed The Yukon government and the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in have agreed to restart the Dawson Regional Land Use Planning process.
- F.H. Collins track and field ahead of schedule The F.H. Collins Secondary School track and field project is ahead of schedule, as construction work began on the site late last week.
- Evacuation alert issued for southeast Yukon area The Yukon Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) has issued an evacuation alert for kilometres 30 through 58 of the Robert Campbell Highway due to a wildfire.
- Grants OKed for Blood Ties Four Directions The Blood Ties Four Directions Centre will receive funding from the city
- Woodcock is first councillor to reveal plans There are many ways people give back to the Whitehorse community, says city councillor Roslyn Woodcock.
July 9, 2018
- Circus Comes To Town Fans turned out in droves over the weekend
- Attending The Scene embers of the Whitehorse Fire Department work
- Contract award proposed for paved Riverdale path A paved path along the west side Lewes Boulevard would offer another route for those making their way between F.H. Collins Secondary School and Selkirk Elementary School.
- Fun In The Big Tent A pirate (centre) and sailors were among the host of characters
- Airport-Area Collision RCMP officers investigate
- Dismissed YG worker appeals court decision A former Department of Highways and Public Works heavy equipment operator
- Field now ‘a sad dandelion dust bowl’ The Escarpment Parks Society continues working toward developing space at the end of Strickland Street for a park.
- Message called upbeat at Francophonie meet Whitehorse was the site of last week’s Ministerial Conference on the Canadian Francophonie.
- YG error having ‘significant impact’ on hunters Some hunters in the territory are upset after learning a redraw is being done in a lottery for the issuing of permit hunt authorizations for a number of species in the territory.