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Issue: 2014-08-14

Blood on the Tracks

At some point Bob Dylan claims to have lost his edge. Or more specifically, his ability to capture transfixing and haunting images waned ever so slightly —at least in his own estimation.In a 1991 interview he quotes...

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Busy Weekend in Dawson City

This August, Dawson City celebrates one of its last summer events. From August 14 to 17, Discovery Days, the Riverside Arts Festival, and the Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Symposium aim to keep people of all ages and...

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High School

High school is possibly the five longest years of your life.You spend the first year coming to grips with the fact that everyone has to shower after gym class, then you spend the next four years waiting for the experience to be...

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Safety First. Always

When Whitehorse students go back to school on August 25, many of them will be meeting Peggy Hanifan for the first time.Many others will have spent hundreds of hours with her already, but they won’t call her Peggy.To them, she is...

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Stories Made of Living History

“They can’t be taking that little girl in there — really.”Those were the whispered words that Dawn Kostelnik heard as a child in the 1960s before she boarded a plane to Fort Norman, N.W.T, where her father was hired by the...

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