- 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)
June 14, 1969
- Fires Ravage The Yukon - Faro Gone, Maybe Pelly Record high temperatures and tinder-dry forests are turning the Yukon into a blasting inferno as forest fires sweep uncontrolled through at least 20 individual areas of the territory.
May 12, 1969
- Liquor vote set for June 23rd Will the legal age for the consumption of alcoholic beverages be 19 years of age?
- Macko sentence three years in the shooting death of Melmed Dupobac
May 8, 1969
- Pioneer Company Closes Store After 42 years in Whitehorse, and more than 100 in the north, the Northern Commercial Company Limited announced today that it will close its Whitehorse department store as of this Saturday. When the key is turned in the lock at 5:30 it will be for the last time.
May 5, 1969
- Million Dollar Remodeling For Highway Traffic Circle Tenders for the reconstruction of 18 miles of the Alaska Highway from Mile 909.2 to Mile 928.5 closed on Thursday, My 1, 1969. The lowest bid was $961,584 submitted by Nanaimo Bulldozing Co. Ltd. of Nanaimo B.C.
February 3, 1969
- Court Told ‘Blood Gushed Like Water' Murder Suspect Committed For Trial Zoltan Macko was committed for trial Friday, at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing into a charge of non capital murder.
October 3, 1968
- Yukon Territory's First Albino Moose Yukon big game outfitter Alex Van Bibber of Champagne, Yukon, took the territory's first albino moose on October 3, 1968,
July 4, 1968
- Buddhist Rites Mark Cremation of Climbers In Quiet Yukon Valley In a lonely spot far up a Yukon mountain valley, six young Japanese Alpine climbers Sunday performed the traditional Buddhist cremation ceremony for the bodies of two companions lost in an avalanche in the St. Elias range three weeks before.
May 16, 1968
- Trudeau Meets Local Press ... Trudeau visits the Yukon
May 9, 1968
- Trudeau to visit Whitehorse COMING SATURDAY Canada's new Prime Minister
March 30, 1968
- Cleaning up Whiskey Flats "Squatters to go next week!"
February 28, 1968
- By gawd, Yukoners will survive another one! Canadian syndicated sports columnist Jim Coleman once gave a piece of advice to Yukoners about the Sourdough Rendezvous.
February 13, 1967
- Holocaust At Porter Creek - School Fires Total $1 Million The Whitehorse Star, Monday, February 13, 1967
November 1, 1966
- The Klondike Defence Force Things had been simmering gently on the back burner for some time as Edmonton and its Exhibition Association gradually assumed more and more Klondike characteristics over the protests of Yukoners, who quite naturally, assumed that the Klondike was legitimately theirs.
October 17, 1966
- Commissioner Jimmy Smith A 47-year-old businessman and northern of 26 years’ residence, Jimmy Smith was named Commissioner of the Yukon Territory Friday afternoon by Northern Affairs Minister Arthur Laing.
October 11, 1966
- Half Million Damage As Fire Rages The community was gradually adjusting to the loss of its largest school today, as children were shunted to other classrooms, teachers prepared to double up, clubs found they had no meeting place, and the total loss was checked out by authorities.