Canada’s first gold-medal win at the Paralympics was won with the help of a hard-working Yukon skier.
Midway through overtime, Rats defenceman Brian Currie pounced on a turnover and stickhandled his way over the Dawson City blueline.
The night before the Mac’s Midget AAA hockey tournament, Kole Comin woke up with his left eye swollen shut.
HUMBLE HERO – Yukon speedskater Micah Taggart-Cox has his shirt signed by Canadian Olympic speedskater Gilmore Junio, who gave up his spot in Sochi for doublemedal winner Denny Morrison.
In the latest curling playdowns at the Whitehorse Curling Club, it was skip Pat Paslawski who again emerged victorious.
Stephanie Dixon of Whitehorse arrives in Sochi Monday, prior to the 2014 Paralympics.
A group of Yukon hockey players will join the Fort Nelson Yeti next week to take a run at the Coy Cup.
The Northern Novas synchronized swim team displayed their skills in front of a panel of judges and other supporters Sunday at the Canada Games Centre.
After an intense three-week campaign in February, Contagious Mountain Bike Club (CMBC) was elated at the news it received Monday morning – it has won the Western Division of Mountain Equipment Co-op’s Dirt Search contest.
The Whitehorse Mustangs organization took advantage of Air North's newest flight connection to form a new rivalry last weekend.