Yukon squash players ousted by high ranking competition

A pair of Yukon squash players didn't get the chance to ease into the competition at the Canada Winter Games on Sunday.

Pearson, Roldan conquer Ear Lake

Fifty-five orienteers enjoyed a newly mapped section of the Ear Lake map under perfect conditions on Wednesday.

Polarettes vault to four medals in B.C.

Members of the Polarettes Gymnastics Club literally vaulted to hardware over the weekend. Gymnasts with the Whitehorse club won four medals, including a gold, on the vault at the Twisters Invitational in Abbotsford, B.C.

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          Selection begins for Yukon’s Dene games team

          The selection process for Yukon's Dene games team that will compete in Fairbanks, Alaska, got underway with trials at Takhini Elementary School on Sunday.

          Old trails are gold in the Klondike

          In the Yukon early travel usually followed rivers and foot trails. Today, those trail routes around Dawson are enjoying a transformation with the Klondike Active Transport and Trails Society (KATTS).

          The sweeter sounds of the drinking life

          Celtic gypsy punk rockers the Whiskeydicks have struck again with the recent release of Get’er Done, the band’s second album.

          Quest race marshal quits, Yukon office in the dark

          By Jillian Rogers and Genesee Keevil Yukon News Just three weeks before the start of the 25th Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race, the…

          Van and Kam face off

          With less than two minutes left, the Kamloops Blazers pulled their goalie on a power play, giving themselves a two-man advantage. But it was not enough.

          Bikers jump into summer

          After years of planning, countless man-hours and tens of thousands spent, the bicycle skills park at Mt. McIntyre has reached completion - at least in terms of shovels, hammers and nails.

          Beleaguered Bantam Mustangs win gold in Vernon

          The fates were conspiring against the Bantam Mustangs last weekend, but they won anyway.

          Mustangs clobber the competition in Abbotsford

          Simply put, the Cinderwood Midget Mustangs smoked the competition at the Abbotsford Midget Memorial 2011 Tournament over the weekend in Abbotsford, BC.

          Flames melt Rangers’ lead

          After trading the lead three times, the AON Flames jumped out in front when it mattered, scoring twice in the second period to win 5-4 over the Firth…

          Miss Yukon a runner up at national pageant

          Yukon now has a princess and her name is Jennifer Perrin. The Whitehorse native was the runner-up - a.k.a. “first princess” - at the Miss Canada Charity pageant last month in Toronto.

          Community stands behind injured musher

          Two weeks ago, Bob Fink’s lead dog, Spanky, saved his life. After careening out of his Annie Lake yard with five dogs and a passenger, the…

          Stewart wins again on a chilly Copper Haul

          A frosty minus 32 welcomed the participants and volunteers of the Duffy’s Pets and Tanzilla Harness Supply Race Day on Saturday.

          Everyone’s a winner at the Kluane to Chilkat relay race … well, almost everyone

          HAINES, Alaska Nathan Chown biked 238.3 kilometres in 6:19:27 — 18 minutes faster than the next soloist in the Kluane Chilkat International…

          Leonard leaps on opportunity to give some more

          Jason Leonard is downright famous for sharing his time, dedication and knowledge with his community, so it is probably not surprising that he…

          Yukon medieval combatants at world championships

          Yukon knights are swinging swords with the best of them.

          Sequoia goes undefeated for atom gold

          Sequoia Kitchens hadn't been in a hole so deep all tournament and there they were down three goals in the atom final. But there was plenty of hockey still to be played.

          Loppet changes didn’t dilute the fun

          MARSH LAKE For safety’s sake, race organizers moved the 2006 Marsh Lake Ski Loppet Classic course from the trails at Judas Creek onto the…