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Quesnel Lions Club’s fundraising takes pandemic hit

Club president Brent Oxenbury says their annual fundraising draw sales are drastically down in 2020

“I should be in school” — Quesnel alternate school students protest classroom removals

McNaughton Centre students took to the streets to protest on Sept. 24

Quesnel Waveriders jumping into fall swim season

Pandemic restrictions mean swim meets are out, and athletes need to be distanced during practice

Quesnel golfers make the cut

The Quesnel Golf Club hosted championships for men and women over the past two weeks

Quesnel Culture Days takes “careful” approach

The Quesnel Art Walk kicks off Sept. 26

Business battling COVID-19 opens in downtown Quesnel

Shane Wright opened Evolve Gold and Gaming Lounge on Saturday, Sept. 19

PHOTOS: Quesnel car parade hopes to Take Back the Night

The annual march was turned into a car parade to help lower the risk of COVID-19

Home grounds advantage leads to rodeo success for Quesnel athletes

Quesnel athletes took home some top spots at the combined B.C. High School Rodeo at Alex Fraser Park

Timed event rodeo set for Quesnel’s Alex Fraser Park

No spectators will be allowed at the Gold City Showdown, and ropers will qualifying for nationals

Quesnel library to re-open Sept. 24

The Cariboo Regional District closed all libraries in March due to COVID-19

COVID-19 “exposure event” at Quesnel Junior Secondary School

The school is one of two in Northern Health with exposure to the virus in the first weeks of classes

90 per cent of Quesnel students return in wake of pandemic

Staff reported the numbers at the first school board meeting of the year

City of Quesnel recognized for fire protection efforts

The City has received the 2019 FireSmart Community Protection Achievement Award

Special Olympics Quesnel sprints past COVID-19 challenges

Athletes from the area competed in a virtual track meet, sharing times with clubs across B.C.

No injuries in West Quesnel fire

At least six apartments were damaged in the blaze, which took five hours to extinguish

Quesnel’s Rivers Day celebrations scale back due to COVID-19

The Baker Creek Enhancement Society will be hosting guided tours to small groups throughout fall

“It’s falling on deaf ears” — Terry Fox Run fundraising slow during pandemic

This year’s virtual event is taking place Sunday, Sept. 20

Quesnel RCMP seize “disturbing” weapon collection during raid

Police also found drugs, silencers and $45,000 in cash

Quesnel skating jumps back on the ice

The Quesnel Figure Skating Club’s season will begin soon, with COVID-19 precautions in place