A Dawson City soccer team
- Problems with building inspections exposed (12)
- Lang looking forward to kicking back at home with family (10)
- Fire department acted appropriately, city argues (9)
- Rollover, road closures affected many people (6)
- ‘We’re here to hopefully make things better’ (5)
- Power rates headed for an upswing (5)
- New environmental grant policy proposed by administration (2)
- Lang’s departure opens up an oppportunity (1)
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June 27, 2017
- Whitehorse to get new Tier 1 Hockey Team Yukon Rivermen to suit up for 2017/18 season under coach Martin Lawrie
June 26, 2017
- 24 Hours of Light a family affair For the first time in race history, organizer Sierra Van der Meer
June 23, 2017
- Amos sets the pace at second annual Dempster to Dawson race A Dawson City teen is continuing to set benchmarks in the local running community.
- Dylan Cozens invited to Hockey Canada U-17 Development Camp Dylan Cozens got the call he was waiting for as he was grocery shopping with his mom.
- Floating Yogi Jessica Read guides a yoga practice
June 22, 2017
- P&M Recycling Guns repeat as Men’s A Dustball champion The dynasty lives on
- Orienteers go long at final race of Yukon Championships series With a newly charted map in hand, orienteers got to challenge courses set on Magnusson by a course setter with more than 20 years of experience.
June 20, 2017
- Klondike Rib & Salmon close door on AFD Titans in Women’s A Dustball final Overcoming weather and scheduling challenges,
- Sliders stage late-game comeback to win Dustball Co-ed A division A late-game comeback campaign paid off for the Back Door Sliders,
June 19, 2017
- Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay cancelled due to snow For the first time in race history,
- Whitehorse to host 2020 Arctic Winter Games; city and YG sign on to partnership The Yukon Government and the City of Whitehorse have formalized a partnership for the 2020 Arctic Winter Games with a memorandum of understanding this week.
June 16, 2017
- Yukon youth riders battle for experience at Hayman Classic stage race in Penticton When first-year cyclist Veronica Porter bridged a gap over 30 seconds during the criterium race at the Hayman Classic, U Kon Echelon coach Trena Irving was understandably excited.
- 10 Years Strong Sonja Seeber runs above Chadburn Lake during the Coast Mountain Trail Run Thursday night.