Letter to the editor: It’s time to start your fundraising

An update with how Relay For Life is coming alone.

Relay for Life selects 2013 theme

It’s Time for a Cure!

That is the theme of Quesnel’s 2013 Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life.

Letter to the editor: Short-sighted opinion

Arthur Topham replies to a letter published about the Idle No More movement.

A Burning issue in Quesnel

The Quesnel Air Quality Roundtable provides the low down on high efficiency woodstoves.

Letter to the Editor: Ignore, Idle No More

Mike Wright discusses the Idle No More movement and it's relevance.

Letter to the Editor: Questioning Fletcher’s objectivity about smart meters

Martin Eastman writes a response to Tom Fletcher’s column Jan.23, – SMART METER DENIERS’ LAST STAND.

Letter to the editor: Thank you

Good Cheer thanks everyone for another successful year.

Burn it smart

Tips on the proper handling and burning of firewood

Letter to the editor: Gold Pan City covered in emergency situations

Many folk will have seen the excellent news clip on CBC News this past week regarding the use of ham radio during emergency situations.

Pre-taxation funding approved by NCJPC

The North Cariboo Joint Planning Committee has approved in principle to commit funding from Multi-Centre pre-taxation towards the project.

Robert Burns Night set for Jan. 26

The Quesnel Pipes and Drums are pleased to host Robert Burns Night at the Royal Canadian Legion.

Dig deep for a wonderful relationship

Lieutenant Laura Van Schaick of the Salvation Army shares a story

UnReal Wedding slated

The UnReal Wedding will shatter all the stereotypes of the typical “bridal fair.”

John Cronkite’s Grade 2/3 Voyageur class pose in front of their newspaper space base in their homemade space suits.

Primary class learns all about space

This year, John Cronkite’s Grade 2/3 class at Voyageur Elementary have studied Space travel and interplanetary exploration.

John Cronkite’s Grade 2/3 Voyageur class pose in front of their newspaper space base in their homemade space suits.
Kersley students

Kersley students treated to day of fun in Quesnel

Kersley elementary school took their annual winter field trip to downtown Quesnel, mid-December.

Kersley students

Letter to the editor: Journey to recovery

I would like to share with you my journey into recovery.

Letter to the editor: Sad

Meriel Wild writes about council's in camera meetings and FOI requests.

Letter to the editor: Where’s the Gold Pan’s Christmas spirit?

Not as many stores, shops, etc. are decorated this year for Christmas as they have done in the past.

Letter to the editor: Health of future forests depends on diversity

Open letter to Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operation

Letter to the editor: In support

Re: Arthur Topham charged with hate crime, Observer, Nov. 23, 2012