Why the name of a white-dyeing town is still a mystery

The name of the white-dyed town of Whitehorse, Alta., is still unknown.

A recent CBC News investigation found that in the early 1990s, local authorities were still trying to figure out who owned the property.

Now, the name is still being debated, and is being used by people who are hoping to keep it a secret.

The town’s name was originally used by the RCMP to search for the remains of a missing man.

In 2000, the RCMP had a search warrant issued for the property, which was owned by a family from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The family had gone missing in the summer of that year.

The RCMP found that the property had been cleared of any trace of human remains.

The property was eventually sold in 2010 to a private real estate company, but the property was left for a long time in the hands of the public.

The name was eventually changed to Whitehorse for reasons of privacy, according to the Whitehorse Police Service.

The original name was changed after a decade of trying to keep the town’s identity a secret and as a result, the town is now called Whitehorse.

In 2017, the White Horse City Council voted to keep all information about the town under wraps.

Now that the town has changed its name to Whitehill, some residents are hoping that it will finally be revealed.

“The name Whitehorse is still there, so we’re not going to give up and give up on it.

We’re just trying to hold onto the name,” said resident Amanda Sartorius.

She said it would be nice to be able to say, ‘I’m Whitehill now.’

“It’s kind of sad that it’s been around for a while, but it was a name that had some significance in the town.”

Sartors is one of many people who have come forward to tell their story of the name.

Sartori, who said she first heard the name as a child, said she has never heard of the town.

“When I was a kid, the people that I grew up with and knew were the townspeople that I would go to when I was growing up, and I would tell them, ‘Oh, that’s the town that’s named after me,'” she said.

Santos has also never heard about the name, nor have she seen it on the town website.

“I think it’s pretty important to keep people in the loop on who the town really is,” said Sartoris.

“It would be a good thing for them to know.

It would be kind of a good piece of history to know.”