Melanie Law

Curling Club Sponsor League keen on the ice

Weekly games began at the Quesnel Curling Club on Oct. 11

Four Quesnel rodeo riders come out on top

Local riders collected season-leader prizes at BCRA awards gala

Quesnel Community Response Network hosts workshops on keeping seniors safe

The free presentations are designed to bring awareness to elder abuse

Quesnel Pee Wee Thunder team on the road

The players were in Coquitlam over Thanksgiving weekend

Ex-Quesnel player Mattila spearheads Mental Health Awareness Games in Kelowna

Kelowna Chiefs player Myles Mattila organizes games in aid of Canadian Mental Health Association

Minister Sims advises groups on internet connectivity for city and surrounding areas

Minister of Citizens’ Services met with mayor, Chamber of Commerce and teachers

Quesnel builder Joe Hart named president of CHBA northern chapter

Hart plans to focus on advocating for training across the northern region

Tickets on sale for KIJHL games in Quesnel

Head to West Fraser Centre to make sure you get a spot to see the Kamloops Storm

Construction begins on North Quesnel senior housing project

Quesnel Lions Club-funded project gets started

Roos first away game a win

Quesnel Kangaroos beat Terrace River Kings 4-3 on Saturday

Vehicle crash in West Quesnel

Truck driven into a residence on Allard Street Wednesday afternoon

Quesnel Arts Council calls for Gallery of Honour nominations

The award recognizes those who’ve made significant contributions to the arts

Quesnel’s annual Pow Wow a colourful celebration

First Nations people from across B.C. joined in the festivities

New curlers perfect the sweep at Curl Canada clinic

Quesnel Curling Club invited beginners to learn techniques ahead of curling season starting Oct. 10

Moose hunting banned in Cariboo wildfire zones

The ministry-imposed ban affects areas west of Quesnel and Williams Lake

BC Housing pledges support for Elliott Street project

“We will continue to work with the city and the non-profit society collaboratively”

New cenotaph plaque unveiled after Kersley students raise awareness for veterans

Three new plaques recognize the service of three more generations of men and women in service

A hop back in time to the Kangaroos’ beginnings

89-year-old original Roo Norm Gronskei remembers the hockey team’s heyday

City Council calls for second public hearing for Elliott Street facility

BC Housing must provide Council with Good Neighbour Agreement by Oct. 31

Riders roped in the prizes at BCTRA Finals

The three-day event saw ropers travel from all over B.C. to Alex Fraser Park