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Susan Wolf, the Klondike Institute of Arts and Culture artist in residence, will be creating dance choreography based on the sounds of the Yukon and Klondike Rivers. (Lori Garrison/Yukon News)0

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Whitehorse’s Ben Monkman takes part in the inaugural Solstice Tournament at the Solstice DiscGolfPark on June 24. Eighteen golfers took part in the event hosted by the Whitehorse Disc Golf Association. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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An memo sent by the North Peace Rod and Gun Club was distributed with this photograph appearing to depict a feral pig’s severed head. (facebook.com)0

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An overturned tanker full of aviation fuel closed the Alaska and North Klondike highways for the majority of June 22. (RCMP/twitter.com)0

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One of the Downtown Hotel’s small toes used in the famous sourtoe cocktail has been stolen. (Ian Stewart/Yukon News)0

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Yukon Bantam Mustangs winger Josh Zaccarelli skates through a pair of Alaska players at a Whitehorse tournament in December. Whitehorse will be home to a Tier 1 bantam team called the Yukon Rivermen next hockey season. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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Vancouver’s Emma Sherwood runs through a park during the Yukon Orienteering Championships in Riverdale on June 14. Junior orienteerers topped the expert division at the long distance instalment of the championship. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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Artists John Stein and Peter Braune operate a printing press from 1876. The Dawson City Daily News Print and Publishing Festival ran June 7-11. (Lori Garrison/Yukon News)0

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Jacey Firth-Hagen is interviewed in the trailer for the documentary Speak Gwich'in To Me. Firth-Hagen started the #SpeakGwichinToMe social media campaign in an effort to keep the Giwch'in language alive. (ED1 Productions/youtube.com)0

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Jonathan Amos gets in a quick consolation ride after the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay was cancelled due to snow-covered roads June 17. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Ross River Dena Council Chief Jack Caesar, left, and Liard First Nation Chief George Morgan say they were unaware of a proposal for a $1.5-billion settlement submitted to the federal government by the Kaska Dena Council. (Courtesy Government of Yukon/George Morgan)0

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Hikers traverse the ridge on the descent of King’s Throne in Kluane National Park June 10. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Premier Sandy Silver speaks during the legislative assembly April 20. The first sitting of the legislature finished June 13. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Jocelyn Joe-Strack was awarded the $50,000 Vanier Scholarship for her studies on the Champagne and Aishihik land use plan. (Alistair Maitland/Alistair Maitland Photography)0

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Debra Lindsay blow dries Cooper, an American champion golden retriever, who was aiming for a Canadian title at the Yukon Kennel Club’s 46th annual dog show at the Mount McIntyre Recreation Centre June 10. (Chris Windeyer/Yukon News)0

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Public consultation meetings have been scheduled for June to discuss the future of the abandoned Faro mine site. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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An artist’s rendition of a mural is seen on the side of Blood Ties Four Directions. The Youth of Today Society and InnerVibe is hosting the Yukon Heritage Mural Art Festival in Whitehorse from May 27th to July 14th. (Submitted photo/Youth of Today Society)0

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Public consultation meetings have been scheduled for June to discuss the future of the abandoned Faro mine site. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Premier Sandy Silver speaks at the Canadian embassy in Washington, D.C. on June 7. The delegation of Canadian premiers, led by Silver, agreed the North American Free Trade Agreement needs to be modernized. (Joe Shymanksi/Government of Yukon)0

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