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Dynes leads on the Magnusson trails

The first Thursday night trail run took place May 8th under sunny skies. There was a bit of a nippy breeze, but that didn’t deter 13 runners…

Lassen brings Olympic teammates to Whitehorse

When Jeane Lassen accepted a $50,000 cheque from Pelly Construction in early April, she knew what she wanted to do with it.

Rivard vaults to silver at Westerns

Gymnast Anna Rivard was the only Yukoner tumbling and flipping at the Western Canadian Gymnastics Championships in Prince George last weekend —…

chretien breaks records in edmonton

Whitehorse Glacier Bears’ swimmer Thomas Chretien continued his strong showing in the pool last weekend, setting 15 club records at the…

Run for Mom helps hospital go digital

The Run for Mom is marking its 10th anniversary with a $600,000 donation to the Whitehorse General Hospital.

Super Geeks, Haulers advance to meet in squash final

Sunday Junior Squash league Pacific Northwest Moving Haulers 19 Canada Flooring Crushers 12 Kai Knorr, Stephen Grundmanis and Josh Muir led the…

Youth can chillax at new drop in program

It’s probably the closest you’ll get to a mallrat scene in Whitehorse — kids roaming the concourse at the Canada Games Centre,…

Rookie orienteers get their bearings

The Yukon Orienteering Association kicked off Orienteering Week in Canada with a Learn To O course for beginners this Saturday in Riverdale.

Yukoners help net BC a bronze at tourney

The BC women’s team skated to a bronze medal at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario this weekend.

Yukoners help net BC a bronze at tourney

The BC women’s team skated to a bronze medal at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario this weekend.

Get your team together for the big bike relay

Registration is now open for Yukon’s largest travelling sport event, the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay.

Alaskan old schooler steals Yukon Championship

The best paddle-wielder in the Yukon this year is an Alaskan. Armed with a old fashioned paddle and a patient, no-frills approach, Eagle…

Super Geeks hold onto junior squash lead

News Reporter Sunday Junior Squash League Vandelay Super Geeks 15 Canada Flooring Crushers 13 Graydon McDonnell and Kelly Panchyshyn led Vandelay…

Flying French Fries take Big Thaw

The fourth time was the charm for the Flying French Fries — the Fourth annual Big Thaw Volleyball Tournament that is.

Intrepid Ferris cranks through BC

Ramesh Ferris checked in with the News yesterday, two weeks into his Cycle to Walk campaign for polio education and eradication.

Mount Sima seeks public input

Great Northern Ski Society president Ernie Berken is opening the floor to people with ideas about the future of Mount Sima at a general public…

Roche Firth squashes Assante for title

Squash Tuesday Night League Roche Firth Financial 16 Assante 13 Chris Zeigler led Roche Firth in his straight-sets win over Assante’s Elmy…

Nishikawa named to national team

Cross-country skiing Another Yukoner has been named to the National Junior Cross Country Ski Team. This week, Emily Nishikawa got the nod to be the…

Northern Novas synchronize skills

Yukon’s synchronized swimmers, the Northern Novas, returned from a meet in Surrey, BC last weekend with improved confidence after several top…

Ferris gets rolling start on polio trek

A small crowd gathered in Riverdale Thursday morning to watch Ramesh Ferris take the first steps of his cross-Canada journey — from the house…