- Impaired drivers to pay higher fines (19)
- Contract for $29M awarded for francophone high school (17)
- Bagnell aims for another term in Ottawa (15)
- Spanish citizen sentenced for child porn offence (10)
- Council’s decision disappoints local flight company (8)
- Woman’s assailant jailed 27 months (5)
- Fat bikers hit the trails at Wolf Creek (4)
- Pat Duncan ascends from political obscurity (1)
October 24, 2018
- No doubt, it was slippery times in Dawson ( Uffish Thoughts ) That line popped into my head as I was parked outside the Bonanza Market last Friday.
October 19, 2018
- When grief becomes a way of life ( Bookends ) The first contact story is such a staple of science fiction,
- Hammy Pet Of The Week
October 12, 2018
- Gearing up for winter activities on Club Nite ( Uffish Thoughts ) The newly christened Parkside Room at the brand new Minto Park Building might have been just a little bit cramped for the recent annual Clubs and Info Nite gathering.
- Detection leads to personal growth in this thriller ( Bookends ) Theo Cray becomes involved with the case of the serial killer who disguises his murders as animal killings when the police roll up in front of the door of his hotel.
- Issaih Pet Of The Week
October 10, 2018
- Open Pit’s Busted Up raises some current issues Busted Up: a Yukon Story played to a crowded audience of more than 60 in the KIAC Ballroom here recently.
October 5, 2018
- Family Entertainment Dancers from the Northern Lights School of Dance perform
- Guild Production Continues Adam Macdougall performs
- Magic and science unite with interesting results ( Bookends ) When Patricia Delfine was very young, she dicovered she could talk to birds.
- Shooter Pet Of The Week
September 28, 2018
- Storm Pet Of The Week
- The Run Begins Brandon Wicke, left, and Adam Macdougall are the actors in the Guild Hall production of Lawrence and Hollowman,
- Shows Winding Down This month, Lia Fabre-Dimsdale has been showing TO BE BY THE RIVER, a show with Nicole Bauberger and Blake Nelson Shaá’koon Lepine.
- About the candidate who didn’t want to win ( Bookends ) Donald J. Trump’s run for both the Republican nomination and the presidency itself had a number of recurring themes,
September 21, 2018
- Autumn reflections from the Klondike (Uffish Thoughts) I parked our lawnmower in the garden shed last weekend.
- Mass Music Time Keith Todd, a band teacher at Porter Creek Secondary School, conducts the mass band at the end of the recent All City Band
- A nameless narrator seeks justice for a fallen partner (Bookends) The Negotiator, whose actual name we never do learn in this story, has built up his internationally successful business by moving valuable merchandise around with no questions asked.
- Eggroll Pet of the Week
September 14, 2018
- Archeological adventures with a mystical touch ( Bookends ) For the first of the Alex Cort adventure series, think Indiana Jones, but with better manners.
- Horton Pet Of The Week
September 7, 2018
- From before the beginning to Ragnarok ( Bookends ) Neil Gaiman has been dabbling in mythologies of his own creation since he picked up one of Joe Simon’s and Jack Kirby’s less stellar creations, **The Sandman**.
- Audience had fun at Irish-Canadian writer’s reading One of the few actual requirements of the writers-in-residence at Berton House is that they do public readings of their work in both Dawson and Whitehorse.
- Harley Pet Of The Week