- YG eyes limiting dump shopping (18)
- Stiffer bylaw advocated to cope with bears (16)
- Man not guilty of refusing to provide a breath sample (8)
- ‘We can’t be throwing blame here and there’ (7)
- Boys, girls teams represent Yukon at Nationals (2)
- Cowley Creek lots draw 100 applications (2)
- Valleyview Community Greenhouse Has Water (2)
- We’re being smothered in taxes! (2)
March 1, 2019
- Digby Pet Of The Week
- Final Performance Looms Members of the Music,
- The Coroner: comparing the novel and the TV series ( Bookends ) This week saw the season finale (episode 8) of the CBC’s latest mystery offering, Coroner.
February 27, 2019
- Venues draped with arts centre’s generosity Thanks to Lotteries Yukon, the Yukon Arts Centre has been able to purchase all new theatre curtains, and supply some other venues with curtains for the first time.
February 22, 2019
- Mr. Whiskers Pet Of The Week
- Music Makes Money The All-City Band Society’s dessert and dance took place Feb. 9.
- Stitches Earn Recognition The 2018 Yukon Heritage Awards were handed out Monday evening in Whitehorse.
- Watching Sir Francis Bacon as a detective ( Bookends ) Sir Francis Bacon’s reputation as the developer of the scientific method stems from “the conviction that the human mind is fitted for knowledge of nature and must derive it from observation, not from abstract reasoning.” (Encyclopedia Britannica)
February 20, 2019
- Big names form part of arts centre’s spring lineup Former Barenaked Ladies singer/songwriter Steven Page will lead off the Yukon Arts Centre’s spring and summer lineup with a concert on April 27.
February 15, 2019
- Three books about education for young readers ( Bookends ) This week’s trio of books will all need to be read to their audiences, so it’s good that they are all fun and not too boring for adults.
- Trinity Pet Of The Week
February 11, 2019
- Important Week Celebrated Leah Wainwright, with International Internships for Indigenous Youth Program 2018,
February 8, 2019
- Run Winding Down Elaine Schiman, Mary Sloan and Mike Curtis, left-right,
- Finding the humour in a tale of hard times ( Bookends ) Tabatha Saint comes from a hardscrabble family with a bad reputation.
- Mr. Whiskers Pet Of The Week
February 5, 2019
- An evening of poetry at the Double Bob Bash ( Uffish Thoughts ) About 30 dedicated Dawsonites gathered at the Dawson City Community Library last month to honour poetry and the two bards who wrote so much of it.
February 1, 2019
- Russian meddling is at heart of mystery/thriller (Bookends) Chief Insp. Walter Eekhaut (rhymes with stakeout) is a troublesome veteran of the Belgian police force.
- Hougens make $20,000 donation to Yukon Foundation The Yukon Foundation has announced a signature donation of $20,000 by Margaret and Rolf Hougen, longtime residents of Whitehorse.
- Sophie Pet Of The Week
January 25, 2019
- Guild Hall Run Begins James Cleary, Mary Sloan, Julie Laliberté, Rosie Stuckless, Elaine Schiman and Mike Curtis, left-right,
- Urban fantasy: the creation of an unlikely hero (Bookends) Urban fantasy is a very popular genre just now, especially those series involving vampires and demonic beings.
- Arrow Pet Of The Week