Proponents extolling the virtues and benefits of mutuality would be the first to take note of some recent developments from an unlikely source.
A blended approach to education
The division between avid bear hunters and those who want to ban roadside hunting continued Tuesday night, just as it has for more than a decade.
A number of options exist in considering the issue of roadside hunting for bears versus wildlife viewing opportunities, an official with Environment Yukon told a public meeting Tuesday night.
Mayor Dan Curtis isn’t ruling out the possibility of land on Wann Road being sold in the future, but he says now is not the right time.
A witness added credibility Tueday to Michael Schmidt’s claim that he was not impaired in the lead-up to a fateful car crash on the Alaska Highway 4 1/2 years ago.
Yukon College president Karen Barnes, left, received a surprise gift of a vest from the education directors of each of the 14 Yukon First Nations on Tuesday at the college.
Porter Creek Secondary School hosted the first Yukon Robotics Challenge on Tuesday as part of Yukon Education Week celebrations.
Elijah Smith Elementary School students test their robot in Tuesday’s first-ever Yukon Robotics Challenge.
The Haines Junction RCMP detachment is reminding motorists and snowmobilers to be prepared to comply with vehicle check stops during the upcoming Easter long weekend.