- Optics around office closure ‘horrible’: YEU (19)
- Public hearing set on townhouse proposal (11)
- Kennel owner not disclosing dogs’ whereabouts (10)
- ‘I wish to be paid for the time worked’ (7)
- Rollover takes life of award-winning firefighter (5)
- Bright picture forecast for affordable housing (5)
- ATV bylaw passes first two readings (5)
- Riders could avoid downtown trips under bus plan (5)
Supplements published on Tuesday June 19, 2018
Stories published on Tuesday June 19, 2018
- More photos of the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay .
- Looking at some special places in the Inferno ( Uffish Thoughts ) U.S. President Donald Trump’s “advisor”, Peter Navarro, consigned our prime minister to “a special place in hell,” a comment for which he has since apologized.
- Bicycle network plan adopted A newly adopted bicycle network plan will be part of the considerations when it comes to planning out new road design, construction, rebuilding and resurfacing in the city.
- First Nations school in Carcross under discussion The territory’s second Yukon Forum of the year wrapped up Monday, with the possibility of a First Nations school raised.
- Dog and friends vie for ribbons at annual show The 47th annual Yukon Kennel Club Dog Show took place last weekend at the Mount McIntyre Recreation Centre.
- Public warned about disease hitting sheep The territorial government is encouraging the public to help monitor the state of a bacteria that may have contributed to the death of a particular breed of Alaska caribou.
- Public warned of latest scam The Yukon government is reminding territorial businesses to stay alert to potential telephone scams in light of an alleged incident in Whitehorse.
- More teachers take government to court Three more substitute teachers have filed litigation against the territorial Department of Education for allegedly unpaid wages.
- Missing man found in wilderness A missing man was found by the Watson Lake RCMP last Saturday following a five-hour search.
- Preserve temporarily closed after visit from bears A popular tourist site was temporarily closed last week after a family of grizzly bears broke in to the Yukon Wilderness Preserve.
- Riders could avoid downtown trips under bus plan There could be a long road of changes ahead for the city’s transit system if council moves ahead with a proposed master transit plan.
- School graduates one of its largest classes ever Twenty-two students marched up to the stage at the reopened Palace Grand Theatre on June 9 for this year’s Robert Service School Commencement exercises.