- Yukoners welcome new care facility (15)
- Company failed to report bear’s death (11)
- Councillor is seeking a return engagement (10)
- Fixtures pose no immediate health risk, doc assures (9)
- Candidate sets his sights on council (6)
- Premier, ministers met with senators (5)
- Bomb was mailed from Whitehorse: victim’s spouse (3)
- Sexualized violence prevention policy unveiled (2)
July 13, 2018
- Yukon sport and recreation groups to benefit from $1.4 million in funding Yukon sport and recreation groups to benefit from $1.4 million in funding
- Learning to lead with the best The Council of Yukon First Nations, in partnership with Yukon Indian Hockey Association and Northwestel Inc., held the 16th annual “Learning to Lead” hockey camp.
July 12, 2018
- Riders and their horses competed in the dressage show last weekend Approximately 25 riders participated in last weekend’s Bronze Level Sanction Dressage Show hosted by the Yukon Horse and Rider Association.
July 11, 2018
- New arena for Carmacks out for tender; lots of interest expressed The tender is out for the first indoor arena in the community of Carmacks,
- Frotten tops wheelchair athletes at national championships Jessica Frotten busted loose last week at the Canadian Track and Field Championships, earning three golds and a silver in wheelchair racing.
July 10, 2018
- Pronovost fares well in European Junior Cup tour Whitehorse teenager Mael Pronovost is no stranger to success in his kayak locally and even nationally.
July 9, 2018
- Dawson’s Amos earns bronze at track and field championships Dawson City runner Jack Amos earned a bronze Thursday in the under-20, 5,000- metre run at the Canadian Track and Field Championships in Ottawa.
July 6, 2018
- Paddlers from down under set new River Quest record in tandem kayak Yukon River Quest records don’t often fall.
- Over 140 runners test their mettle in the Reckless Raven It was just the second annual race, but already interest in the Reckless Raven 50 Mile Ultra and Relay has doubled.
July 5, 2018
- Knights battled it out at the Great Northern Tournament When the Company of the White Wolf battles, it’s for real.