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When Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak started making videos in the 1980s, they encountered more resistance than they expected.
Skewered fare is huge at the Minnesota State Fair. Chocolate cheesecake, frozen grapes, wild-rice corndogs, deep-fried Milky Way candy bars, pork…
It’s going to take at least 70 employees to run Earls, the mid-priced franchise restaurant slated to open in Whitehorse later this year.
DAWSON CITY The building that houses Dawson’s new art school, which sits kitty-corner to Diamond Tooth Gertie’s, smells like fresh paint.
Years ago local playwright Celia McBride waited tables in Edmonton. The Chinese restaurant she worked at was brand new and still finding its feet,…
DAWSON CITY Like a child who shuns the toy in favour of the box it came in, Carin Mincemoyer likes to play around with packaging.
A former Dawson City mayor and a former chief administrative officer are facing formal charges relating to alleged mismanagement of public funds…
RCMP rescued two boaters long overdue from a paddling trip on Wolf River near Teslin last week. The two men were stranded after their canoe was…
Whitehorse RCMP tracked a local man on suspicion of fraud last week after he allegedly cashed 47 bad cheques totaling $49,000.
It’s the Tuesday before the Dawson City Music Festival and producer Dylan Griffith is breathless. That’s not surprising.
A loud explosion, caused by gunpowder placed in an open fire, ripped through Dawson City’s steamboat graveyard on Saturday night injuring three…
Long hours preparing equipment and lugging around a radio for no pay has one community fire chief frustrated.
The Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board posted a $3- million surplus in 2006. It’s the first since 1999, board chair…
Hamburgers contaminated with E. coli bacteria were caught before they were sold in Dawson City. “We did have two cases of the patties, but we…
At the height of the tourist season with the music festival just around the corner, Dawson City’s ambulance attendants walked off the job this…
E. coli has been detected in frozen hamburgers that have been sold in Dawson City over the past month.
Watson Lake’s eight on-call ambulance attendants have walked off the job. Tired of being shackled to radios 24/7 for almost no pay, the…
Watson Lake Secondary School principal Carson Atkinson is suing Liard First Nation chief Liard McMillan for defamation.
On Thursday, the coroner confirmed that the body found in Lake Laberge on Canada Day was 52-year-old Robert Arthur King.
After a glacially slow start to the season, business has finally picked up at the Pioneer RV Park. In May and early June, the Pioneers’…