- Concerns expressed about methods of man’s arrest (30)
- Ambitious railway dream is gathering steam (26)
- Think local, shop local, chamber urges Yukoners (24)
- Education system adjusts to COVID-19 realities (13)
- Residents concerned about lack of summer ice (6)
- Residents decry destruction of flowers, berries (5)
- Police seek help in finding suspect (3)
- Trolley tracks continue to be a peril, council told (3)
June 29, 2020
June 26, 2020
- Reckless Raven 50 Mile Ultra and Relay receives go-ahead The Yukon’s Tourism department has launched a webpage and Facebook group to attract B.C. tourists to the territory after the border opens on July 1.
- McManus selected to apprenticeship program Flatwater North coach Maeve McManus has been selected for the Women in Coaching Canada Games Apprenticeship Program for the 2021 Canada Summer Games in the Niagara Region of Ontario.
June 24, 2020
- Government provides funding for territorial sport and recreation The Government of Yukon, in partnership with the Yukon Lottery Commission and Sport Canada, announced June 18 $1,633,365 in funding to territorial sport organizations, special recreation groups, athletes and officials.
- Wolf Pack basketball resumes training Wolf Pack basketball players have been able to lace up their sneakers and get back onto the hardwood during the COVID-19 pandemic.
June 23, 2020
- Final phase of the F.H. Collins track and field underway The final phase of the F.H. Collins track and field project, rubberizing the surface, will begin today.
- Cozens selected to National Junior Camp The Yukon’s Dylan Cozens has been invited to Hockey Canada’s virtual National Junior Team Sport Chek Summer Development Camp, set for July 27-31 – the beginning stages of roster selection for those players who will represent Team Canada at the next IIHF World Junior Championships.
June 18, 2020
- Survey gauges Yukon athletes' mental health Amelia Ford, 15, a Whitehorse Glacier Bears swimmer, conducted a Yukon Athlete Mental Health Survey to see how the territory’s athletes were coping during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Yukon Quest to hold separate races in Yukon, Alaska The 2021 Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Dog Sled Race is going to have a different look to it come next February.
June 17, 2020
- A New Look For Vanier As reported by the Star on June 2,
- Orienteers complete Yukon champs long distance race The Yukon Orienteering Association held the third race of their 2020 season but this time it carried some more weight to it.
June 16, 2020
- Oldtimers may cancel season, city still taking ice rentals In a time when other sports organizations are starting up again during the COVID-19 pandemic, the players in the Oldtimers Hockey League were sent an email that their 2020-2021 season appears doubtful.