Year: 2007

Saint like Sourdough gets his due
The newly released Captain Jack McQuesten: Father of the Yukon is a delicious read that any bibliophile will want to devour in a few hours.

Jane Gaffin / December 22, 2007

Yukon Quest lineup filled with champs
Twenty-nine teams will set out February 9 from Fairbanks on the frozen Chena River for the 2008 Yukon Quest. The entry deadline was December 14.

Ian Stewart / December 22, 2007

Letter to the Editor
Some treasures cannot be bought I am a student from Whitehorse, attending the University of Alaska Fairbanks and am planning to pursue a degree in…

Yukon News / December 20, 2007

all the mornings of the world
There are moments here when the light comes to fill you. When the sun floods across the peak of the far mountain and everything is thrown into a veil…

Richard Wagamese / December 20, 2007

on winter moose and nuggets of a different kind
The moose maintained a parallel course to me, only separated from me by a tangle of willows. When I reached a small knoll from where soapberry and…

Lisa Hasselbring / December 20, 2007

Yukon disconnected
Don’t bother calling Northwestel to report problems with your internet, you’ll only hear a recording.

Chris Oke / December 20, 2007

Vive la difference!
You gotta hand it to the French community. It’s got chutzpah. Tons of it. First, a little background.

Yukon News / December 20, 2007