Greg Sabatino

Fun Millburn Lake poker paddle Aug. 22 aims at creating flood awareness

The first boat is set to depart at 11 a.m. with the last boat out at 2:30 p.m.

Quesnel Community Foundation awards $30,000 in COVID-19 relief grants

Ten local organizations named recipients

Nominations for Quesnel Business Excellence Awards now open

Awards to be broadcast online Oct. 2, followed by winners parade Oct. 3

Still time to participate in Big Brothers Big Sisters Golf for Kids Sake fundraiser

All funds raised will go toward BBBSQ’s local programming

City of Quesnel plans staggered approach to reopening West Fraser Centre arenas

Ice will be open to youth groups Sept. 14 in Arena 2, and Sept. 21 in the West Fraser Centre Arena

Looking for a reason to train this summer? Why not register for the Backwoods TRY-Athlon

Second annual event at Gavin Lake offers run, bike and paddle for participants

Quesnel Rodeo Club eyes safe return to the sport

A rodeo school is the focus in the immediate future for the club

Light the Pathway Society forges path through Cariboo for mental health awareness

“It’s all about the love, light and healing.”

Summer Fishing Challenge encourages youth to explore B.C. freshwater fishing

“It’s about enjoying the outdoors and visiting special places that are often close to home.”

Fresh Air Cinemas stop in Quesnel a box office smash

Funds raised go towards local, non-profit organizations

Cannabis edibiles facility rezoning application approved for CRD final reading

The new use of the property, building would see the manufacturing of cannabis infused chocolates

Quesnel rescue group offers feral felines a second chance

Dunphy’s latest cat capers have taken her to the Quesnel landfill

Two arrested after shots fired complaint Monday night at Tyee Lake

Saunderson said RCMP immediately responded and located the suspect vehicle leaving the area

Quesnel RCMP investigating hit and run on Quesnel River Bridge

Bridge traffic reduced to single lane alternating

Update: Williams Lake RCMP say missing youth located

Angel Emile, 17, was found safe and sound

Funds scarce for Dragon Lake invasive goldfish project

Province wants to protect million-dollar trout fishery

Chinese treasures unearthed in salvage at Barkerville Historic Town and Park

Ainsley studies the clues left behind by the some 2,000 Chinese miners from the Gold Rush era

Graduate student seeking interview subjects on forest sector change in Quesnel area

“Through this I will be developing policy recommendations based on what people share with me.”

Kismet Industries: A homegrown success story

Erin Josephy is making her mark in the world of self care products

G.R. Baker upgrades to bring hospital into 21st century: health services administrator

“When it’s completed we’re going to see some very happy staff and physicians.”