- Goeppel to ‘rigorously’ defend herself: lawyer (19)
- Yukoners protest Liberals’ broken promise (16)
- Nehass case believed to have carved legal history (10)
- Revoke Goeppel’s appointment, NDP tells Liberals (6)
- Silver stresses building an economy as partners (5)
- Man basing his appeal on judge’s comments (4)
- Whitehorse cadets qualify for national competition (3)
- Public will still access council packages on Fridays (2)
February 14, 2017
- Alaskan Hall prevails in Yukon Quest This year’s running of the Yukon Quest finished this afternoon.
- Balmy weather closes key highways Unsafe, icy conditions
- Nurse shares global experience with students Dawn Anderson’s work with the Red Cross has taken her to war zones and into the aftermath of natural disasters around the world
- Silver stresses building an economy as partners Premier Sandy Silver continued this morning with the theme of building stronger economies across the North through partnerships.
- Eagle Summit living up to notorious reputation Hugh Neff’s dogs turned around on him twice Monday afternoon during the climb up Eagle Summit,
- Public will still access council packages on Fridays Those wanting to know exactly what council will be considering at an upcoming meeting and perhaps prepare a presentation will continue to have a full weekend to do so.
February 13, 2017
- Government and First Nation advance land titles registration The Yukon government and the Kwanlin Dün First Nation (KDFN)
- Committee formed to oversee First Nation election An election committee to oversee the election of a new chief and council for the troubled Liard First Nation has been struck,
- Lending A Foot Snow-stomping volunteers
- Yukon had lowest jobless rate The territory’s unemployment rate was the lowest in the country last month and dropped by nearly two per cent compared to a year earlier.
- This cook dishes it up for fussy Yukon Quest musher appetites Joe Hardenbrook transformed from cook to maitre’d
- Expos will celebrate Yukon’s francophone history The Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY) will get $88,000 for three bilingual expos that will celebrate the Yukon’s francophone history.
- Man basing his appeal on judge’s comments A man is appealing his conviction on the grounds that the judge allegedly made stereotypical comments about sexual assault.
- Concern for dogs sees 2015 champ Sass scratch in Central 2015 Yukon Quest champion Brent Sass of Eureka, Alaska,
- Musher Hall grabs Quest lead into Circle The Yukon Quest has a new leader,
February 10, 2017
- Premier, ministers, chiefs wrap up Ottawa meetings Following three days of productive meetings in Ottawa, the premier, ministers and First Nations chiefs headed back to the Yukon this week.
- Long Ago Yukon to feature speaker tomorrow Dr. Jaelyn J. Eberle will be the next Long Ago Yukon SKYPE lecturer.
- Aboriginal employees recognized for public service The outstanding public service of three aboriginal employees was formally recognized at the recent annual Aboriginal Employee Forum.
- Man charged in killing seeks more time to secure a lawyer A man accused of murder in Watson Lake appeared briefly in a Whitehorse court this morning to discuss lawyer issues.
- Communities’ use of climate data explained How does scientific research go from research to published work to making its way into the daily practices of individuals and a community?
- More Yukon Quest photos from along the trail .
- Handlers are invaluable to mushers It was dark when Michelle Phillips crossed the Yukon Quest 300 finish line in Pelly Crossing Monday evening.
- Death not suspicious: probe The death of a woman found in Whitehorse has been deemed not suspicious, it was announced this afternoon.
- Man charged with murder in Watson Lake appears in court A man accused of a Watson Lake murder appeared briefly in territorial court Wednesday morning.
- Canadian Electricity Association honours Yukon Energy Electricity is “the great enabler of modern society,” says the president and CEO of the Canadian Electricity Association.
- Man awaits sentencing for violent assaults A Whitehorse man facing 38 charges was found guilty of four last Friday in territorial court.
- Tuton to end long hospital body tenure Craig Tuton is being replaced as chair of the Yukon Hospital Corp.
- Sex offender program breaks new ground here A new sex offender pilot program has started in Whitehorse.
- A big fan of the Yukon makes his final journey When Yukon Quest musher Rob Cooke and his team of Siberian huskies arrived in Dawson on Wednesday night,
- First Quest teams arrive in Eagle The first Yukon Quest dog teams have arrived at Eagle, the first checkpoint in Alaska.