- Public meeting set for proposed quarry (10)
- Crime prevention initiatives receive money (9)
- Senior had been high on list for permit (7)
- Residents rally to fire victims’ cause (4)
- Whitehorse residents win $1 million (4)
- Employers’ assessment rates in for some changes (3)
- Boyd hesitant about relaxing city building rules (2)
- Judge to rule on man’s parole eligibility (2)
Supplements published on Tuesday August 14, 2018
Stories published on Tuesday August 14, 2018
- Record numbers turn out for motorcycle races A record 53 riders turned out for Saturday’s Mosquito Harescramble races hosted by the Yukon Cross Country Motorcycle Association at the Schirmer Family Ranch.
- The U.S. pays the costs of its ideology ( Comment ) Nothing is perfect, and that definitely includes health care.
- Always treat influencers with great care There was a time when our parents warned us to stay clear of bad influences, although now it may be a warning about bad influencers.
- Fishing rules make your shore lunch unlawful Cooking and eating a freshly-caught fish on the riverbank or lake shore has been a traditional part of the angling experience right back to the time fire was discovered by our ancestors.
- Proposals for French-language school are being accepted To get the ball rolling on the building of the new French-language high school in Whitehorse, the territorial government issued a request for proposals for the design last week.
- Vendors tantalizing tastebuds on Steele Street Locals and visitors alike are being invited to sample fare from the variety of food vendors that are found around Whitehorse this summer.
- On The Attack Dylan Cozens (22) of Whitehorse
- Police traffic stop leads to drug seizure A man faces drug charges after being stopped by Whitehorse RCMP officers on Saturday night.
- Chilkoot Trail reopens after flooding conditions subside The Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park has reopened the Chilkoot Trail to all use after flooding conditions along the Taiya River prompted a closure last week.
- New solar project brightens condo complex The Da Daghay Development Corp. has completed a solar energy installation at its River Bend condominium complex in the Whistle Bend subdivision.
- Public service sees senior leadership changes There has been a shuffle among Premier Sandy Silver’s deputy ministers.
- City bylaw can regulate surface mining: judge The Yukon Court of Appeal has dismissed a mining company’s appeal which had sought out surface mining rights on a Raven’s Ridge subdivision property.