Whitehorse Daily Star from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada on March 2, 1993 · 1
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Whitehorse Daily Star from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada · 1

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Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
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Tuesday, March 2, 1993
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Weather Tonight: Clear this evening becoming cloudy overnight Lows -10 Wednesday: Cloudy Flurries in the afternoon Highs -1 Thursday: Cloudy with periods of snow South winds 30 kmhr Lows -3 highs 1 Probability of precipitation: 20 tonight 70 Wednesday & 80 Thursday High yesterday: 3 Low last night: -6 24-hour precipitation: 2 cm Sunset tonight: 6:29 pm Sunrise tomorrow: 7:53 am Yukon Hotspot: Haines Junction 6 Yukon Coldspot: Old Crow -17 For 24-hour weather information call 668-6061 '!TO::REACH:rUSrl 2149-2ndAveY1A1C5 Circulation 667-4774 j Classifieds 668-2002 Display ads 668-2060 News sports 667-4481 ' Fax (auto) 668-7130 WHITEHORSE YUKON TERRITORY Established 1900 fifi DAILY (75e Out o! Town) TUESDAY ILLEGITIMUS NON CARBORUNDUM Vol 93 No 42 Tuesday March 2 1993 "nr -"rf I 'i? '$ tH pf $ 'av nk I W C Probe of 199 enyii r-muraeir still going o By SHERRYL YEAGER Star Reporter The hunt for Ronald Bax charged with the first-degree murder a year ago today of Krystal Senyk continues despite a trail that is growing cold “We are still pursuing it and actively looking for him” says RCMP Const Glen Plustwa the officer in charge of the investigation “If he’s out there he will be fdund If he’s alive and he’s out there all it takes is one slip and with the things that we have in place1 we’ll know where he is” Senyk was shot in her home on the Tagish Road near Carcross on Continued on P3 raftes from teitjf By CHUCK TOBIN Star Reporter Country residential property owners turned out to city council in strength Monday night to seek a different tax rate than that applied to urban property owners The country residents argue that while they pay taxes based on the same formula — or mil-irate — applied to all other residents in the city they don’t receive nearly the same services “We are not asking for any gifts” long-time MacPherson resident Paul Warner told council “We are not asking for preferential treatment We are asking to be treated fairly” Mt Lome MLA Lois Moor-croft led off the 25-member delegation of residents with a request to introduce a different tax rate for country residential properties based on the services provided to the subdivisions City council directed administration to bring the matter of variable tax rates back to a Continued on P2 0 Star Photo by MIKE THOMAS BAR BREAK — Suzanne Chranofsky has no problem finding a comfortable spot to sit out recess at Takhini Elementary School this morning By SARAH DAVISON Star Reporter The Yukon’s 14 chiefs will decide this week whether to release full-page advertisements in Yukon newspapers condemning the territorial government for its position on the Taga Ku Centre project in Whitehorse ' The decision will be made following a meeting between Government Leader John Ostashek and the14 chiefs who are gathering at the Yukon Indian Centre this week The government leader requested the meeting after he saw a copy of the strongly-worded advertisement It chastizes his government for failing to abide by an agreement to lease office space in the $32-million development slated for Second Avenue The advertisement was booked for publication three weeks ago The Council for Yukon Indians agreed to hold toff to comply with Ostashek’s request that the matter be dealt with internally However CYI representatives now say the Ostashek meeting Continued on P2 -

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