- Liberals have no comment on poll (44)
- Pillai announces series of program extensions (22)
- ‘Skate to where the puck is going’: TIA (22)
- Liberal candidate acclaimed in Watson Lake (20)
- Parties spar over funding timing (17)
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- Cook Street apartment stirs parking concerns (11)
- Government responds to latest opioids deaths (10)
December 2, 1996
- Klassen gets five years for manslaughter A jealous husband who strangled his wife with his own two hands and a ligature was convicted over the weekend of manslaughter and sentenced to five years in prison.
- 300 plus protest Klassen sentence If mere presence could speak, the gathering at this afternoon's silent protest march of the Ralph Klassen trial could have made for a novel. More than 300 men, women and youths crowded into the foyer of the Andrew Philipsen Law Centre.
July 15, 1996
- $2-million fire devastates Watson Lake Watson Lake is recouping after a vital Yukon government-owned building - home to everything from its local library to the post office - burned to the ground Sunday.
- Legendary Crash Survivor Returns To City The drama of Helen Klaben’s and Ralph Flores’ survival is one of the Yukons best stories.
July 8, 1996
- Bear Fatally Mauls hiker A woman was mauled to death by a young grizzly bear Friday morning while she and her husband were returning from an overnight trip in Kluane National Park's Slims River Valley.
June 10, 1996
- Yukon Indians grieve over loss of Allen Flags around the territory are flying at half-mast today in honor of Allen. They will again fly at half-mast on the day of his funeral.
December 4, 1995
- Collision called Yukon's worst-ever The circumstances surrounding what's being called the Yukon's worst-ever highway tragedy early Friday afternoon remain uncertain today. The accident killed six Carcross residents.
November 1, 1995
- Susan Klassen was strangled The results from a preliminary autopsy reveal that Susan Catherine Klassen died from strangulation, Whitehorse RCMP reported today.
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 Edith Josie 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.