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Teacher, students raise money for flood victims

Teacher, students raise money for flood victims

A home school teacher and her two students have taken action to help flood victims in the Deh Cho.
Recovered COVID-19 case numbers in YK rise to 52

Recovered COVID-19 case numbers in YK rise to 52

52 people have recovered from COVID-19 in connection with the N.J. Macpherson school outbreak and there are no new infections according to the the daily update from the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer, May 18.
Hay River Elks closing, perhaps permanently

Hay River Elks closing, perhaps permanently

After 51 years serving the community, the Hay River Elks are preparing to fold the club, perhaps permanently.
Fort Smith finds ways to help evacuees

Fort Smith finds ways to help evacuees

The Town of Fort Smith scrambled to accommodate evacuees of the flood disaster that struck Fort Simpson and Jean Marie River earlier this month, and municipal leaders say they’re pleased with efforts made to help those in need.
Teen convicted after repeatedly stabbing uncle with kitchen knife

Teen convicted after repeatedly stabbing uncle with kitchen knife

A concerned mother told a Yellowknife courtroom that her son, convicted of aggravated assault, changed “pretty much overnight” six weeks ahead of his 18th birthday.
Old Town raft eases transition of breakup

Old Town raft eases transition of breakup

If you build it, they will come.
Town ‘got lucky’ for breakup, SAO says

Town ‘got lucky’ for breakup, SAO says

The word ‘lucky’ keeps popping up when town officials discuss the spring breakup of the Hay River.
Highway collision draws emergency response

Highway collision draws emergency response

A panel van and small transport truck collided Monday afternoon on the Yellowknife Highway near the Bristol Monument.
Four new COVID-19 cases in Yellowknife

Four new COVID-19 cases in Yellowknife

There are four new cases of COVID-19 in the N.J. Macpherson outbreak in Yellowknife, for a total of 24 active cases in the city.
Fort Simpson under boil water advisory

Fort Simpson under boil water advisory

Residents of Fort Simpson are advised to boil their drinking water for at least one minute, the chief environmental health officer (CEHO) said May 17.