Takhini Arena was packed and the drums and air horns
The B division final at Takhini on Sunday was the perfect lead up to the A division final.
The Whitehorse Pee Wee Mustangs have added to their trophy case winning the gold medal in the pee wee tier three division at the B.C. Championships in Vancouver Island.
The Whitehorse Curling Club was abuzz with action on Thursday night as the 67th annual International Bonspiel got underway.
- College gets $26 million from Ottawa (7)
- YG adds one French immersion class for kindergarteners (6)
- Reimbursed money could top $100 million (6)
- Report on zoning changes comes forward (5)
- Cook Street property owners could face LIC vote (5)
- Man obtained money through false pretenses: judge (5)
- Drug activity sees property ordered vacated (4)
- Acting deputy Finance minister named (3)
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March 21, 2019
- Hamlyn set to take on the Percy The mushers in the Percy DeWolfe Memorial Mail Race departed from Dawson City on Thursday morning headed toward Eagle, Alaska before turning back.
- Warm temperatures shutting down seasons early For those fans of warm weather, the recent temperatures thawing out the snow are welcome. However, for those winter sports athletes, the mercury rising is cutting their seasons short.
March 20, 2019
- Yukon skiers share podium at nationals Yukon cross-country skiers Emily Nishikawa and Dahria Beatty had a brief break at home after returning from the 41st FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld, Austria.
- Yukon Native Hockey Tournament set for year 42 It’s that time of year again hockey fans.
- Oldtimers hockey action Wynn Griffith delivered a double-double to lead Tims to victory over Yukon Inn in Whitehorse Oldtimers hockey action Sunday night at Takhini Arena.
March 19, 2019
- Snowboarders wrap up at Westerns, prep for Nationals Yukon snowboarders took three athletes to Calgary to compete in the Western Championships slopestyle competition at the Calgary Olympic Park last Sunday.
- Yukon swimmer represents Canada in Abu Dhabi Yukon swimmer Ernest Chua is representing Canada on the world stage competing in the Special Olympics World Summer Games, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
- The weekly roundup, over 35 soccer In the early game on Saturday morning,
March 18, 2019
- Arctic Sports demo draws a crowd The Arctic Winter Games are only one year away but the lead-up festivities are starting.
- Overtime rules the day at start of broomball playoffs The broomball postseason began Saturday and those in attendance at the broomball arena were treated to exciting action and plenty of extra play to boot.