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    Issue: 2017-03-01, PHOTO: courtesy of Ryan Alaric

    Thoughtfully Thrifty

    The Anglican Church thrift store in Watson Lake has nearly doubled in size thanks to carpentry students from the Skills for Employment program run through Yukon College. The project, which started in October 2016 and ended in January 2017, saw the... more

    Mar 1, 2017

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    Issue: 2015-10-01 PHOTO: courtesy of Rowena Shannon

    Tastes of Home

    Conquering exotic culinary worlds is exhilarating, but the dispiriting lack of some foods can make home feel very far away, indeed. For some people, a curious thing may happen once they relocate. They may develop a taste for things they wouldn’t... more

    Oct 1, 2015

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    Good Things Come In Small Packages

    With the new market’s worldly selection of food in Watson Lake, you might be apprehensive to buy something. more

    Nov 5, 2014

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    Watson Lake Has a New Bowling Alley

    Residents of Watson Lake can now throw strikes and spares in style. The bowling alley at the Morgan Chaddock Recreation Centre is now computerized, which means that lanes can be segregated, therefore more than one group can bowl at a time. more

    Sep 18, 2014

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    Mount Maichen Ski Hill: A Tradition of Kindness

    I was disturbed to see a local writer publicly disapproving of how the Mount Maichen Ski Hill is operated. Her article depicts this hill as a poorly run, poor excuse for a ski hill. Strangely, this author is from the very community she defiles. more

    Mar 18, 2010

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    June 2009 - Watson Lake Turns 25

    The Yukon's Gateway, Watson Lake, turns 25 years old this weekend. And, to celebrate, the town's residents will be throwing a carnival in Wye Lake Park. Terry Colebrooke, the town's recreation director, says on Saturday, June 13, the park will be f more

    Jun 11, 2009