- Condo units will start at $369,500 (17)
- Crown, family had opposed open custody (16)
- Pot sale’s limit to Marwell draws objection (11)
- Test lane helped buses adhere to schedules (10)
- Quarry bid didn’t get a full airing: proponent (7)
- Stop-work order issued for Mah’s Point 2 site (7)
- Parents left in lurch with daycare’s sudden closure (5)
- Dedicated transit lane deemed a success as experiment ends (5)
Supplements published on Friday January 19, 2018
Stories published on Friday January 19, 2018
- Potter’s magic evens tie in Rapids soccer YukonInfo.com were on a hiding to nothing when they lined up against Tony’s Pizza,
- Two Yukoners play in prospects game Two Yukoners had the chance to play in a top prospects game also providing them a chance to play against each other.
- Teams hope to shoot the lights out at tourney A total of 13 teams will be hoping to shoot the lights out across Whitehorse this weekend in the fourth annual Lights Out Yukon Invitational Basketball Tournament that kicked off Thursday evening.
- Cooking Up Comedy Graham Barnie performs Wednesday
- A question: what happens after the end? ( Bookends ) We meet the villain of this piece on page one.
- Bacon Pet Of The Week
- Being policed by transient officers has drawbacks ( Comment ) Whitehorse resident Christian Torbik writes:
- Last call for brewing and distilling censorship ( Editorial ) The din of the bar and the spin of the rhetoric cannot mask reality.
- This catch-22 is unfair to cancer patients My information is not specific to Whitehorse,
- Yukon can be a model for sustainable energy During this past year, Yukoners Concerned About Oil and Gas Exploration/Development have kept a low profile while Yukon’s Liberal government finds its way.
- Artist’s childhood inspired his show Artist and carver Dennis Shorty has happy childhood memories of growing up in Kaska territory with his family, listening to stories from his grandfather and spending time out on the land.
- Locally-built ice roads help West Dawsonites Work continues on the project to make a ”Band-Aid ice bridge”,
- Council studies bylaw for automated vote counting It’s anticipated the city will once again use an automatic system to tally votes in the Oct. 18 municipal election.
- Support builds for tiny houses project The Blood Ties Four Directions Centre’s proposal to build five tiny homes on its lot at Jarvis Street and Sixth Avenue was praised Monday night as a step in bringing more affordable housing options to those who need it.
- Displaying Diversity The Pride flag has been flying in front of Yukon RCMP headquarters in Whitehorse this week.
- MADD on the road to fewer impaired drivers Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Whitehorse is working to change impaired driving rates in the Yukon.
- Yukoners to be part of global rallies Yukoners marching in support of equality and human rights in Whitehorse tomorrow will be joining sister rallies across the globe.
- Keeping The Arteries In Shape Highways crews have been out in full force around the territory,
- Parents’ unique plight required a response: YG With the abrupt shuttering of Cheeky Monkeys Daycare in Whitehorse,
- Challenge relieved by time extension for sale of land Jillian Hardie, the Challenge Disability Resource Group’s executive director, says there was a sense of relief among officials after a vote by city council Monday evening.
- Dedicated transit lane deemed a success as experiment ends Transit riders heading out of Riverdale will once again be back in the regular traffic mix next week.
- Local filmmakers set to retrace Joe Boyle’s historic journey It’s been a full century since Klondike Joe Boyle,
- Mine production would mean about 165 jobs Alexco Resource Corp. is moving toward bringing its Keno Hill Silver District back into production this year, says a senior company official.