- Investigation starts into Yukon’s seventh homicide (21)
- Infilling plan would create more country lots (16)
- Qualified independent party to inspect WCC (13)
- Man seriously hurt in Porter Creek shooting (13)
- Dogs have made life unbearable, residents say (12)
- Witnesses testify in dog rescue owner’s defence (8)
- Learning partnership launched in Nanaimo, Carcross (6)
- Woman found (3)
Supplements published on Monday September 25, 2017
Stories published on Monday September 25, 2017
- Timing Is Everything The Yukon Schools’ Athletic Association
- We’re witnessing a city in a true crime crisis Hello, mayor and council, territorial leaders and the Yukon RCMP.
- Alliance Helps Foundation While in Whitehorse for its annual meeting last week,
- Residents should reject this latest LIC move Regarding the City of Whitehorse’s latest local improvement charge (LIC; Star, Sept. 22),
- Cleanup of old school site is almost finished Cleanup of an almost decade-old oil spill at the former F.H. Collins Secondary School is now complete.
- A Successful Turnout The All-City Band Society’s annual Squeak & Squawk Night
- Restaurants helping out students Mike and Julie Thorpe,
- Plane pull raises money for charities .
- Businesses warned about fraud related to foreign investment The Yukon government is warning businesses of a potentially fraudulent scheme involving false claims about foreign investment.
- Skate for Life group calls for city to take over skatepark More than 600 people are calling on the city to take over ownership of the only skatepark in Whitehorse.
- Judge reserves decision in dog rescue case Tears, frustrations and accusations permeated the trial in the nuisance case against the owner of a Tagish dog rescue.
- Plans for Yukon’s biggest mine delayed Western Copper and Gold Corp. has indicated it will take a year longer to advance the proposal for its mammoth Casino mine project.