The family of Tanner Sinclair read out victim impact statements in Yukon Supreme Court Feb. 21. 0
McDiarmid found guilty of assault on lawyer
A Dawson City man was found guilty of assaulting and threatening a lawyer and resisting a peace officer in Yukon Supreme Court Feb. 22. Justice David Gates sentenced Mark McDiarmid to 10 months in prison, but McDiarmid was released the same day because of credit for time served. 0
DJ and dancers deconstruct, reconstruct Tlingit songs
Two familiar acts from the Yukon arts and culture scene have come together to fuse Tlingit songs and electronic dance music into a one-of-a-kind multimedia show. 0
Rapid skaters on ice for club races 0
It was short-track with short times.
Dawson artist puts feelings to canvas 0
When Dawson City artist Jackie Olson starts a new piece of work her first step is to cover the entire canvas in yellow paint.
B.C. company hopes to use mine emissions to treat toxic water 3
Terra CO2 Technologies Ltd. thinks it has found a way for miners to use two major environmental impacts of mines to effectively cancel each other…
The ‘little town that wanted to but didn’t quite make it’: Conrad City to become a historic site 0
Local historian Murray Lundberg’s book Fractured Veins and Broken Dreams sums up the man behind the Windy Arm mining stampede and Conrad City, the townsite…