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Multimedia Feature: No Rules in Rustic

Nestled amongst the trees of West Dawson, sits the Yukon’s first legal distillery – Klondike River Distillery.

This is the fourth instalment as part of a summer video series filmed and produced by our summer intern, Hannah Eden.

Be sure to pick up Wednesday, Aug. 6th issue of the Klondike Sun to read the full feature on Klondike River Distillery.

Recent Posts

Three Years from Germany to the Circle

Confidence

Story & Photos
By Dan Davidson

Joachim Kreuzer (aka “Red Badger”) and Manfred Schroeter of Germany pulled up alongside the Dawson Dyke just over a month ago on July 13, finally completing a significant part of a river trip they had tried to undertake the year before. » » » »

Moosehide Hunting

Kalilah Olson (left) and friend Mikaila Blanchard hold the antlers from the 1250 pound bull moose shot on July 10.

Kalilah Olson (left) and friend Mikaila Blanchard hold the antlers from the 1250 pound bull moose shot on July 10.

Story and Photo by Hannah Eden

Moosehide Gathering preparations have officially begun with the latest edition to the three day feast – a bull moose. The moose was shot and killed by Ryan Peterson, Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Fish and Wildlife Steward with the help of friend Bobby Blanchard, his daughter Mikaila and friend Kalilah Olson in the early hours of the morning on Thursday July 10th. » » » »

Fracking in the Klondike? No Way, citizens say.

The meeting

Dawson City residents attend a meeting on the future of hydro-fracking in the Yukon

Story and Photo by Dan Davidson

If there was any doubt about how hydraulic fracking is viewed in the Klondike, the results of the visit of the Select Committee Regarding the Risks and Benefits of Hydraulic Fracturing to Dawson should settle the matter.

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Dawson Anthology: Call for Submissions EXTENSION JULY 18, 2014

Editors Alyssa Friesen and Lulu Keating are gathering literary work inspired by Dawson City, Yukon to create a Dawson Anthology. The published book will contain works of short fiction, non-fiction and poetry. » » » »

Multimedia Feature: The Matrix of Lines

Step into John Steins’ world of printmaking as we join him in his workshop, here in Dawson City.

This is the third instalment as part of a summer video series filmed and produced by our summer intern, Hannah Eden.

Be sure to pick up Wednesday, June 25th issue of the Klondike Sun to read the full feature on John Steins and his love of all things creative.