Pet Of The Week
- 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)
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January 5, 2018
- A story where the killer acts out of love ( Bookends ) The Calling is the first of the Hazel Micallef mysteries,
December 29, 2017
- What exactly’s the matter with the book seller? Some time after he had achieved genre superstardom as a writer of thrillers and horror novels,
- Crowd-Pleasing Performances Members of the All-City Band Society held their annual Music For a Winter’s Eve concerts earlier this month.
December 22, 2017
- Annabell Pet Of The Week
- Focusing on three books with magical tales ( Bookends ) This beautifully illustrated book is much larger that the average picture book, and has much more complex text.
- A Christmas Out Of Thid World This year’s Robert Service School Christmas concert in Dawson City played to a packed gymnasium on the evening of Dec. 14,
December 18, 2017
- Seasonal Entertainment Selkirk Elementary School youngsters
December 15, 2017
- Archie Pet Of The Week
- An exercise in tracking reality back to the Source ( Bookends ) There are lots of disadvantages to coming in on the third volume of a trilogy.
- Finale Looms Susie Anne Bartsch (left) and Sophia Marnik
- Performances Tonight And Sunday Members of the Music, Arts and Drama (MAD) class will present Get Flossed: a Sweet(s) Tale
December 13, 2017
- A Seasonal Gathering The seniors’ dinner held last Thursday evening in Teslin was a success.
- Discussing Her Creations Janet Macpherson gave an artist’s talk at noon last Friday at the Yukon Arts Centre.
December 11, 2017
- Let there be light and open houses! ( Uffish Thoughts ) There are very faint, giant snowflakes rotating up and down on the south side of the Old CIBC Building.