On Saturday and Sunday at the dirt park behind Mount McIntyre,
The 2019 Mis-Adventure Run, a 21-kilometre race,
The Yukon Selects sent two teams to Anchorage, Ak, to compete in the 33rd annual Alaska Far North Soccer Tournament last weekend.
On the weekend a contingent of tennis players from Whitehorse’s sister city Juneau, Ak., travelled to the territory to compete in the annual. 2019 Capital Cup.
- Rally planned for outside CBC building (28)
- Electoral reform commission members appointed (Revised) (15)
- Stay granted against $800,000 court award (11)
- YG workers may get 5.25 per cent over three years (8)
- Funding aims to roadblock impaired driving (4)
- Mine is is economically viable, study says (3)
- LePage Park to undergo major resurfacing work (2)
- Yukon soccer teams show well in Alaska (1)
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July 17, 2019
- Runners get back on trail after 5km championship It did not take long for Yukon runners to get back at it after competing in the Yukon 5km Championships last Tuesday.
July 16, 2019
- Dustball 2019 championship round-up In Monday's edition of the Star,
July 15, 2019
- The Crew gets past RBI 14-13 in OT The Women’s A final between The Crew and Electric RBIs,
- Chico’s bats get hot, down Guns 14-5 The finale of 2019 Dustball was played between the P&M Recycling Guns and the Chico’s, from Skagway, on Sunday at the Pepsi Softball Centre.
July 12, 2019
- Ladies golf tourney to benefit Karen’s Fund On Tuesday, July 30, the fourth annual Pretty in Pink ladies gold tournament will be held to benefit Karen’s Fund.
- Dustball tournament gets underway It is that time of year again, Dustball has begun at fields across the city. I want to start this out with a quick personal observation.
July 11, 2019
- Volleyball players kick up the sand Volleyball players making up 13 teams converged on the beach courts at Rotary Peace Park to play in the Community Beach Volleyball Challenge hosted by the City of Whitehorse on Wednesday evening.