Annie Gallant

BC Hydro Power Pioneers looking for a few great students

For the past 12 years, Quesnel has handed out the BC Hydro Power Pioneer Community Service Award to deserving students

Hartridges send love and travel stories from Central America

This is the first installment of the Hartridges’ latest travel adventure to Central America

Quesnel volunteer firefighters served well in 2017

Volunteer firefighters provided more than 6,300 hours of service last year

Sensual Italian masterpiece Call Me By Your Name plays Jan. 18 at Carib Theatre

Quesnel Film Club launches winter schedule with a lineup of international movies

Doug Carey completes Tom Moffat’s last Legion project

Tom’s last Legion project was to affix medal replicas of 16 local boys who serve in Second World War

Think of seniors this yuletide season

A recently widowed Quesnel woman is looking for casual friendship

Nazko guide-outfitter looking for stewardship from Province after wildfires

Stewart Fraser wants the government to take a good long look at forest practices and wildlife management

Andre’s facilitates new and larger businesses in Quesnel’s southern area

Andres has made it possible for Dollarama and Mark’s Work Wearhouse to develop larger premises and introduces full-service Starbucks

ChemoRV’s Jason Bell wins prestigious award

Expanded Quesnel location set to almost triple facility capacity

Quesnel’s Correlieu Players present two comedies for the price of one

It will be a laugh-a-minute at Chuck Mobley Theatre at Correlieu Secondary School

SAS Secret Santa remembers seniors at Christmas

Just a small gift can much a big difference to a senior in our community

Good Cheer opens its door for another Christmas seasons

Dianne Greenwood begins her 26 year with the Good Cheer program with the same enthusiasm she had first time

Hope Air raises $28,000 for flights those with medical needs away from home

Quesnel chapter Friends of Hope Air is the only community-based fundraising group in Canada

Chemo patients celebrate the end of their treatment with the ringing of the bell

Quesnel cancer unit has a bell meant for chemo patients to ring when they finish their treatment

Skies over Quesnel will light up on Dec. 2 with magnificent fireworks display

As a thank you to all their loyal supporters and a gift to the community, Billy Barker Days Society is sponsoring a fireworks display

Homemade Jewelry creates lasting keepsakes

Debbie Unrau creates original breast milk and memorial jewelry as lasting memoentos for customers

Tickets to anywhere Westjet flies has one Quesnel resident too excited to sleep

Brenda Warkentin has to decide where to book her Westjet tickets after winning the BBBSQ raffle

This and That for seniors highlights seniors and their interests

In this column, Scoullar remembers a popular couple and laments her inability to purge successfully

Quesnel health nurses now primary care nurses

Health and Community Care team to include several departments

Helene Boudreau enjoys looking after the poppy campaign

Volunteers and the public work together to make the Legion poppy campaign a success