Year: 2007

Fire damages new Carcross garage
Last week, a fire ripped through the roof of Carcross/Tagish First Nation’s new garage. The shell was up, it was insulated and people and…

Genesee Keevil / December 8, 2007

Borsa nets five for the Gulch
Indoor soccer Under-11 (Wednesday) Henry Gulch 7 Austring Fendricks 5 Henry Gulch slipped past the Austring crew on Wednesday with Tanner Borsa…

Ian Stewart / December 8, 2007

Justice deserts Elizabeth Fry
Justice Minister Marian Horne used to volunteer for the Elizabeth Fry Society. But her department won’t fund the new Yukon chapter.

Genesee Keevil / December 8, 2007

Tai chi is Boyde’s kung fu
Pam Boyde’s tai chi has come a long way since she started in Whitehorse nearly 20 years ago. “At that time it was the Beijing 24,…

Ian Stewart / December 8, 2007

Letter to the Editor
Binging and purging Our territory is rich. We, as individuals have spending power that is incomprehensible to the vast majority of people on this…

Yukon News / December 6, 2007

Assessment board leaves trapper in the cold
Trapper Christopher Bemister is angry about an Australian exploration company’s plans to access a winter road by driving heavy equipment smack…

Chris Oke / December 6, 2007

Fentie cuts dealer a deal
By opening negotiations with a local car dealer on a signed contract, Premier Dennis Fentie broke government tendering rules, say opposition…

Genesee Keevil / December 6, 2007

Body shop cleans up its act
Judging from its no frills exterior, Cut Off Classics seems to be your average, modest-sized auto body shop.

Chris Oke / December 6, 2007

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Yesterday may be past, but it is not done with. (Francis Gay 1959) Square pegs in round holes, or is it the other way around? It was the story of…

Doug Bell / December 6, 2007

got a problem call the premier
Premier Dennis Fentie can be reached at 633-6893. That’s his home number. It’s the easiest way to solve disputes you might have with…

Yukon News / December 6, 2007

City deficit shrinks
Whitehorse has hacked its deficit to $31,000, according to the third quarter variance report, released Monday.

Chris Oke / December 6, 2007

The flag on the mountain
Someone put a flag up on the mountain. Standing at the edge of the lake it flaps and waves high up where they helicopter-logged a few years back.

Richard Wagamese / December 6, 2007

Bell wins first World Cup medal in Australia
Zach Bell continued his roll to an Olympic berth with his first World Cup medal in Sydney, Australia. He won a silver in Saturday’s scratch…

Ian Stewart / December 6, 2007

Mighty Mackey remains modest
FAIRBANKS Lance Mackey is having a very abnormal start to his mushing season. Unlike seasons past, Mackey, the first musher to win both the Yukon…

Yukon News / December 6, 2007

Protect the Peel from haste and plunder
During the past 20 years I have had the good fortune to travel throughout the Peel basin on water and by foot, along the Wind, Snake, Bonnet Plume,…

Juri Peepre / December 6, 2007