Gwich'in outraged by killer's sentence Leadership in the Gwich'in Tribal Council are speaking out against the sentence handed down by a Yukon judge in the killing of Fort McPherson teen Brandy Vittrekwa.
'Still an ongoing issue' Hay River North MLA Rocky (RJ) Simpson has sought clarification of the "grey area" of responsibility for highway ambulance service in the NWT, an area of particular concern to the Town of Hay River.
Northland: Delay Hay River power deal Northland Utilities has asked a committee of MLAs to try to put the brakes on what the electricity company calls the expropriation of Northland Utilities in Hay River.
Hay River woman not crying wolf Joanne Barnaby recounts how she was stalked by a wolf for 12 hours ...
NWT Archives reuniting people with photos Archivists at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre are on a mission to reunite tens of thousands of portraits dating back to the 1960s to the families and individuals who commissioned them.
Northern legend honoured Fred Carmichael is not one to brag about himself ...
Cable lines coming down The removal of old cable lines in Fort Simpson, owned by defunct cable company Senga Services, has not been as easy a job as line workers expected.
New floor for Lutsel Ke arena The sand base of Lutsel K'e Community Arena will be replaced with a hard surface, opening the rink to use for more activities.
Funnel cloud appears over Norman Wells Gilly McNaughton says she couldn't believe her eyes when she spotted a funnel cloud outside her Norman Wells office on June 13.
Limit Bluenose East caribou harvest to 750 bulls until 2019 The Wek'eezhii Renewable Resources Board (WRRB) is recommending a total allowable harvest of 750 bulls from the Bluenose East caribou herd from now until 2019, says the board's chair.
Objections raised over rec centre plan You knew there would be more than one person who would have something to say about the future of the Don Stewart Recreation Centre in Hay River.
Changes could allow traditional names on documents At only two years old, Sahaia May Talbot yet doesn't realize the significance of her name.
On the right track Emily Hodgson says being accepted into the University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business is a dream come true.