- Dog rescue owner will appeal court order (12)
- Data confirm significant hunger numbers evident in Whitehorse (8)
- Pilots’ group expresses concern over legislation (5)
- End of Greyhound service seems a certainty (3)
- City asked to support annual Yukoner Appreciation Day (3)
- Liberals plan groundbreaking radon legislation (3)
- Mapping out courses for the orienteering championships (2)
- Survivors’ voices being silenced, Hanson says (2)
October 11, 2017
- Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson Ian Robinson
- Yukon soccer clubs represent on the national stage Three teams represented the Yukon in the Canadian soccer club championships over Thanksgiving weekend.
- Whitehorse runners take home victory in B.C. Yukon athletes travelled to British Columbia this Thanksgiving weekend to compete in two major marathon races.
October 10, 2017
- Avalanche takes second in Burnaby tournament The Whitehorse FC Avalanche under 11 soccer team brought back some hardware from a Thanksgiving weekend tournament in Burnaby, British Columbia.
October 6, 2017
- Burke doesn’t make Inferno roster Angela Burke didn’t make the cut with the Calgary Inferno of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, says the club’s general manager
October 5, 2017
- Harper hits her stride; runners heading to Victoria As is typical,
October 4, 2017
- Correction In last Friday’s edition,
- Selects soccer club well represented at national championships The Yukon will be represented this week by three teams at the Canadian soccer club championships.
October 3, 2017
- Steele stacks up defensively and offensively Jason Steele was in sublime form Saturday for Klondike Business Solutions in over 35 soccer action,
- First games for Yukon Rivermen scheduled for later this month The roster for the new Yukon Rivermen has been all but finalized, says head coach Martin Lawrie.
October 2, 2017
- Skiers prepare stadium and trails ahead of snow making More than 60 volunteers showed up on the weekend