Whitehorse Daily Star from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada on March 5, 1992 · 1
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Whitehorse Daily Star from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada · 1

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
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Thursday, March 5, 1992
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- r - 1 fguruUODw o)S i j j( r Ja A r iniom By SHERRYL YEAGER Star Reporter " ’ ' The RCMP charged Ronald Jeffrey Bax with first-degree searching the Carcross area for ' Senyk 29 was a long-time murder this wmming and a Bax since shortly after Senyk’s close friend of Bax’s wife Canada-wide warrant has been body shot once with a high- Lynn and had supported her issued for his arrest in relation calibre rifle was discovered in during die breakup of the Baxs to the murder of Krystal Senyk her home on the Tagish Road marriage- ’’ -The' RCMP have been early Monday - - RCMP Sgt Bill Cameron confirmed today that Ron Bax had uttered threats against Senyk He would not say what the threats were about - Cameron that said to the best of his knowledge police were jiot told of the threats until after the murder 'AA But Philip Senyk Krystal’s father said from Ridgeway Ont this afternoon that Krystal told him she was scared of Bax and that he had been threaten- ing her and blaming her for the Continued on P3 rmymm) imii n ' " 'v I J xv ' x v Z ' 1 ( JA" v ' -t ' 7 -i f y v 'x f f ‘ 1 r 'v V W-' u ’ 'rv -i r fi ' A ' J' '"V y L r v t S - 1 V 'I' -(- V' ' s -v-1 - — — — By LISA BLACKBURN Star Reporter Yukon MP Audrey McLaughlin and Premier Tony Penikett still disagree on what the latest constitutional report means for the North Now one of the chairs on the Committee for a Renewed Canada says they’re both wrong - ' 1 - ‘ Monday McLaughlin said she was pleased with the 130-page report She interprets it as recommending that provin-cehood negotiations be strictly between the territories and the federal government - " Continued on P2 ' Weather Tonight: Clear Lows -25 Friday: increasing cloud in the afternoon Highs -14 Saturday: Cloudy Scattered flurries Lows -23 highs 6 Probability of precipitation: 20 tonight 20 Fri & 40 Sat High yesterday: -17 Low last night: -25 24-hour precipitation: 04 mm Sunset tonight: 6:37 pm Sunrise tomorrow: 7:43 am Yukon Hotspot: Tuchitua -6 Yukon Coldspot: Ogitvie -50 For 24-hour weather information cal 668-6061 TO REACH US: 2149-2nd AveY1A1C5 Circulation 867-4774 ClanifMs 668-2002 Display ads 668-2060 Nows sports 687-4481 Sports ntflhtlina 667-4484 Fax (auto) 668-7130 OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF ARCTIC WINTER GAMES 92 WHITEHORSE YUKON TERRITORY i Established 1900 I 7 DAILY on (75 OutolTown) THURSDAY ILLEGITIMUS NON CARBORUNDUM Vol 92 No 46 Thursday March 5 1992 vehicle - ' occupants had consumed beer By SHERRYL YEAGER Star Reporter Headlights on highway packers are deceiving a Carmacks woman told a coroner’s inquest into the death of two people whose vehicle slammed into a packer last June - - The ylqueHjury has also heard that all except one of the adults in the vehicle had consumed beer during their trip Carmacks resident Heather Scanlan told the jurors that she was driving with a friend from Carmacks to Whitehorse early one morning a few years ago They thought they saw two cars coming toward them one near and the other far off in the distance Suddenly they realized what they thought was a vehicle in the distance was a highway packer travelling toward them in their lane Continued on P2 '4 i: i i 1 b £ n 4

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