Contributed

Letter to the editor: A journey that left a lasting impression

Deb Quick recounts a recent trip taken through different parts of Europe and the personal effect it had on her.

Letter to the editor: Cutting program is short-sighted

Open letter to the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages.

Letter to the editor: Above the rest

There are a lot of good volunteers in Quesnel, one stands out above all the rest. That is my wife, Cheryl Sissons.

Letter to the editor: Photo showcases cruelty

This letter is in response to the picture of the calf during the Quesnel High School Rodeo.

65th Annual Kispiox Rodeo

Quesnel cowboys compete in the 65th Annual Kispiox Rodeo.

Letter to the editor: Gold Pan City residents do it again

I am writing to thank the people of Quesnel for your continued support of the Canadian Cancer Society.

Letter To The Editor: Our family needs everyone’s help

Unbelievably, my 20 year old niece, Madison Scott, remains missing after mysteriously disappearing.

Relayers did their best to take in the historic value of Barkerville while running through it as fast as possible.

Feel the rush: A relay through history

Relayers rush out to Barkerville and the banquet in Wells after a hard day of running.

Relayers did their best to take in the historic value of Barkerville while running through it as fast as possible.

Letter to the editor: Thank you for joining the fight

Sincere thanks to the Quesnel community who came out in force and joined the fight against cancer.

Letter to the editor: Wrong place

I really do not think the Letters to the Editor column is the correct platform.

Members of the Freemasons of British Columbia and of the Canadian Cancer Society celebrate their partnership at the new Kordyban Lodge in Prince George.

Freemasons celebrate 25 years with Canadian Cancer Society

A special ceremony was held at the new Kordyban Lodge in Prince George

Members of the Freemasons of British Columbia and of the Canadian Cancer Society celebrate their partnership at the new Kordyban Lodge in Prince George.

Letter to the editor: Astonished at severance pay

Astonished at severance pay being confidential even though information can be obtained

Lions Club is presented with an electric scooter.

Electric donation

Quesnel Lions Club is presented with an electric scooter for Quesnel residents.

Lions Club is presented with an electric scooter.

Letter to the editor: Great Job

On Mother’s Day, my mom and I attended a free dinner put on by Robin’s Donuts.

Letter to the editor: Move on

It is time you all grow up and get in the “real world.”

The FHL playoffs sparked off a clash among the FHL teams as all the players had their eyes on the prize

Fraser River GM takes Lumber Cup

The Fraser River GM squad take FHL Lumber Cup over upstart Blue Collar.

The FHL playoffs sparked off a clash among the FHL teams as all the players had their eyes on the prize
The Seven Summits Bike and Hike Challenge attracted 73 participants from across British Columbia for an intense 10 hour challenge hiking and biking through the alpine environments of the North Cariboo Mountains.

Bikers, hikers tackle the Cariboo mountains

New records were set in the Cariboo Mountains last weekend at the fifth annual 7 Summits Bike and Hike Challenge

The Seven Summits Bike and Hike Challenge attracted 73 participants from across British Columbia for an intense 10 hour challenge hiking and biking through the alpine environments of the North Cariboo Mountains.
Sydney Sankey

A first at the Chamber

Here at the Quesnel and District Chamber of Commerce we believe that team building is an essential part of a successful workplace.

It is proven that bonds created outside the job site foster a sense of community in a workplace.

Sydney Sankey

‘New’ Prosperity accepted

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency has formally accepted Taseko Mines Limited’s project description for its proposed New Prosperity gold-copper mine southwest of Williams Lake.

Hole-in-one for charity

Marvin Declare, president and executive director of the Psalm 23 Transition Society, is driving all over the province picking up sponsorship and prize packages for the inaugural Million Dollar Charity Hole-In-One Contest.

Psalm 23 will be hosting the fundraising and awareness event at the 108 Mile Golf Resort, Sept. 9 – 18.

Noting this event is being held exclusively at the 108 Mile Golf Resort, Declare says he is travelling the province looking for sponsors and encouraging people to come to the 108 to participate in the contest, which features a lot of great prizes and an opportunity for three people to have shot at getting a hole-in-one on the final day for a cool $1 million.