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Issue: 2015-07-02

You are a Winner

One of the many remarks I got when I was selling queen raffle tickets during Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous (YSR) events was, “I have never won a prize”. My usual reply was, “You are already a winner by purchasing the raffle...

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Are You Ready?

Hunting season is right around the corner; I started to go over my equipment this weekend.There are a lot of things that can be done to make a hunting trip more enjoyable; it can also be a headache when you get home if you...

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Fight Like a Knight

If you have a passion for history and fighting to the death — without the death — there’s a new activity in the Yukon that is just right for you.Medieval combat is a martial art based on historically accurate medieval equipment...

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Carcross: Hiking, biking and … Kiting

Carcross has always been known for hiking. Lately, with Montana Mountain right next door, it has become a favoured destination for biking, too.Now, word is filtering out to the world that Lake Bennett is offering up some...

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Panning for glory

Yukon’s mining heritage will be celebrated this summer in Dawson City. On July 4, from 1 to 4 p.m., the Yukon Gold Panning Championships will take place at the Waterfront Park on Front Street, offering several levels of...

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Speak Easy, Drink Well

In New York, speakeasy-style bars are all the rage. Dark, guarded by doormen or hidden behind a “front” establishment like a hot dog stand or a drugstore, these modern shrines to the cocktail recall the thrill of illicit...

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The Lone Star State

Howdy.We all know how things are “bigger in Texas”. Alec Bradley knows it.The American cigar company has been producing cigars for 20 years. With over 15 varieties to choose from, Bradley has quite the following. This year they...

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