Issue: 2013-08-15

I held out as long as I could. Until last week I had one of the Yukon's craft-project driver's licenses. You know the type — scorned by south-of-60 bouncers, passed around and mocked as an example of territorial hickishness, Read more


Started in 2005, The Natural & The Manufactured is a unique thematic art project jointly organized by the ODD Gallery and the artist-in-residence program at the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC). Read more

Yukon Arts

When I first started school I was clueless to the fact that it was going to be much more difficult than I expected. You have to meet new people and adjust to them. You have to realize teachers are there to help you learn. Sometimes you like school an Read more

Yukon Education

This past July, if you were hiking the Chilkoot, you may have caught a glimpse of a woman in a white dress, grubby from travel, walking the iconic trail. Read more

Yukon Arts

Kyia Bouchard was in her mid-50s when she discovered dog mushing. One year later, she left her life in New York City behind and relocated to the Dawson City area to learn everything she could about it. Read more

Yukon People

"Miles Canyon is a special place," says Heidi Hehn, one of the local artists who will be participating in Inspired by the Canyon: Multi-media Interpretations of History and Place, a free event this weekend. "It has a unique feel about it, an Read more

Yukon Summer

​The first day of school is always fun at my house. We get up at 7 a.m. and have breakfast. Next we have bible time and go downstairs to the schoolroom where my mom gives us our school books, plus pencils, erasers, markers, etc. and tells us what to Read more

Yukon Education