Annie Gallant

Volunteers are the backbone of any organization

Debbie Knabke is nominated for Volunteer Citizen of the Year

Volunteering cures what ails you

Louis Beaulieu is honoured by his Volunteer Citizen of the Year nomination

Mobility device repair service is still available at Kal Tire in Quesnel

Kal Tire offers mobility device services, in partnership with Seniors Advocacy Service

Quesnel’s Clean Team ready to respond

Clean Team picks up litter as well as drug paraphenalia for a cleaner Quesnel

Volunteer Citizen of the Year nominee Wally Doern

Wally Doern is letting his name for a second time in the hunt for Volunteer Citizen of the Year

Volunteer Citizen of the Year nominee Ron Campbell

Ron Campbell is a respected volunteer in the community

New pet weight-loss program will help animals put their best paw forward

DL Vet Hospital offers Weight Loss Champions program for domestic dogs and cats in Quesnel

Editorial: last goodbye

Annie Gallant says farewell to our readers

Quesnel Performing Arts Centre back on the table

Schick Shiner and Associates hired to revise the 2005 Performing Arts Centre Feasibility Study

A life well-lived: Quesnel’s Jack Nelson remembered

Memories of Jack Nelson, one of Quesnel’s best historians, dies at 82, well-loved and well-remembered

Loren Halloran publishes The mysterious Ledge

Loren Halloran unveils his new book The Mysterious Ledge

Quesnel Community Foundation Gala evening set for April 7

Quesnel Community Foundation gets ready for another gala evening of fun and fundraising

Widow’s Luck is another great page-turner

Lin Weich’s book Widow’s Luck show polish and great attention to great plot, characters and locations

Rick and Nico present two shows in Quesnel

Infamous veteran folkie Rick Scott and keyboard ace Nico Rhodes join forces for outstanding concert

March is Epilepsy Awareness Month

A list of places selling various food and non-food items to support the campaign

Keith Prestone reveals his reverance for Bowron Lake Chain in acrylic on canvas

Photographer invites the viewer to see the Bowron Lake Chain through his artistic lens

Local Arts Council is presenting the junior version of the Lion King

Auditions will be held at the beginning of Spring Break on March 17

Photos: Kathy Fowkes’ book signing in Bouchie Lake

Stories written for a new generation

Community Arts Council receives $10k for theatre fund

Community Arts Council accepts $10k anonymous donation for theatre fund

Cargo Harrison goes on a 15,000-mile walkabout and stops in Quesnel

From southern tip of South America to norther tip of North America, Cargo Harrison walked every step