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Dawson City student awarded music scholarship

Dawson City student awarded music scholarship

Riley Elliott looks toward music career
Yukon conference explores modern ways to perserve and present history

Yukon conference explores modern ways to perserve and present history

Yukon’s history and pre-history is undergoing revisions
A portrait of success

A portrait of success

Two SOVA students celebrate BMO 1st Art! awards
From study hall to the stage: Children’s performer Will Stroet billed for Whitehorse

From study hall to the stage: Children’s performer Will Stroet billed for Whitehorse

Amy Kenny
From a gold rush town to Tinsel Town

From a gold rush town to Tinsel Town

Michael Gates explores the Klondike’s relationship with Hollywood in new book
Yukon coffee company educates on Indigenous culture

Yukon coffee company educates on Indigenous culture

First People’s Coffee provides a platform for First Nations artists
Takhini Elementary students work to build a better birdhouse

Takhini Elementary students work to build a better birdhouse

Project a chance to break comfort zones and learn about ecosystems
A stage for all: New music venue opening in Whitehorse

A stage for all: New music venue opening in Whitehorse

Lefty’s Well is opening on Sept. 16
PHOTOS: Serena Ryder serenades hundreds at Yukon Arts Centre’s 30th birthday bash

PHOTOS: Serena Ryder serenades hundreds at Yukon Arts Centre’s 30th birthday bash

“We have not seen a gathering like this for many years”
Yukon All Sparks add another trophy to their FIRST Lego League mantel

Yukon All Sparks add another trophy to their FIRST Lego League mantel

The last time we checked in with the FIRST Lego League (FLL) team the All Sparks, they had built and innovated their way to the Canada Cup. At B.C. provincials, the All Sparks team of Ethan Janes, Johnathon Coyne and mentor Kevin Janes placed third.