- Race for council gains 13th candidate (21)
- Riverfront development height limits set out (9)
- City staff support solar farm (9)
- Curteanu is final councillor to confirm plans (6)
- Watson Laker sentenced for fatal assault (5)
- RCMP followed car after being told of gun (4)
- Elderly mail bombing suspect arrested in Whitehorse (2)
- Impaired driver fined $1,000, loses licence (2)
January 3, 1991
- Bitter Elements had Firefighters Resembling Mobile Ice Sculptures Most of the 20 or so firefighters were free to leave the Saan clothing store fire scene and escape the -43 degree temperatures by early Wednesday evening. But at least two men have been on the site around the clock applying water to the ruins.
January 2, 1991
- Fire Breaks Out at Saan Store What appears to be a major fire broke out at the Saan clothing store at the corner of Second Avenue and Ogilvie Street at about 12:30 this afternoon.
August 17, 1990
- Canol Road to be honoured as historic site tomorrow The Canol Road is about to assume what many consider to be its proper place in history.
August 15, 1990
- Extremely Rare Frozen Silver Found at Keno While mining by hand near Keno City on July 30, two Yukon geologists working for Archer, Cathro and Associates stumbled upon some frozen silver.
July 25, 1990
- Heritage branch workers reeling at Tutshi's loss It’s a “black day” for the Yukon as people throughout the territory today mourn the loss of an irreplaceable piece of their history after the 73-year-old sternwheeler Tutshi burned to the ground early this morning in Carcross.
July 18, 1990
- Ice Worms & Blue Snow Whenever there was a lull in local news or the overland telegraph broke down, Star editor "Stroller" White lapsed into memories of the deep south, or "interviews" with local colourful characters whose authenticity was left to the readers imagination.
June 20, 1990
- Moose Calf 'Adopts' Man as its Mother Curt Mintz huddled in the bush with his two dogs for 20 minutes waiting for the cow moose to attack.
June 16, 1990
- 1905 R.W. SERVICE: Bard of the Yukon The story below was written for the Whitehorse Star's 90th Anniversary edition and was published on June 16, 1990.
June 1, 1990
- Women in mining, then and now "Strange things are done in the midnight sun by the men who moil for gold," wrote Robert Service.
April 26, 1990
- They slept in the Art Gallery to bid on a prized Harrison For what may have been Ted Harrison’s last art show in his hometown, a dozen people slept in the new Yukon Gallery Tuesday night to be assured first dibs on the 20 Harrison paintings up for sale.
March 27, 1990
- Alaskan fined $5,000 for exporting Bear Bladders An Alaskan man of Korean descent who pleaded guilty Monday to illegally exporting 58 grizzly and black bear bladders from British Columbia was sentenced in Yukon territorial court to a day in jail and fined $5,000.
March 14, 1990
- Martha Benjamin: Canadian Champion "Martha beats them all" a STAR headline proclaimed in 1963 when an Old Crow skier and mother of five children became the first Yukoner to win a national skiing title.
February 26, 1990
- Babe Southwick: Yukon Spirit On February 26, 1965, a well–known Yukoner, Babe Southwick, burst into Whitehorse with her Destruction Bay dog team to enter the Sourdough Rendezvous dog races.
January 5, 1990
- RCMP Chopper plucks five from lake After drifting for 15 hours on an icy Bennett Lake in temperatures close to -40, five Carcross residents were rescued by an RCMP helicopter Tuesday.
November 3, 1986
- The Klondike Defence Force The following was originally published in Nov. 1986. The occasion was the transfer to the Yukon Foundation of a $9,000 balance in the 20–year–old Yukon Klondike Defence Fund.