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Nine-axle trucks gain access to roads near local mills

A number of concerns to be addressed before they’re allowed nearer the city of Quesnel

Back Country Horsemen train first responders on emergency livestock response

The event aimed to help first responders better understand how to handle livestock in an emergency

Quesnel students win Fetal Alcohol Syndrom Disorder poster contest

The annual poster contest aimed to raise awareness about the disorder

Folk musician Chris Ronald is coming to Wells

It’ll be his second time playing at the Bear’s Paw Cafe on Saturday night

Local youth to put on The Lion King Jr. in July

Tickets can be bought at the Quesnel Information Centre and the Bo Peep Boutique

Palliative Care Board donates care carts to G.R. Baker Memorial Hospital

New care carts both have a mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker and small radio

Quesnel author makes work audible

Christine Clark talks about what it takes to become a multi-published author

Quesnel River Archers hosts JOP Outdoor Championships

The day before the competition, they hosted an all-ages tournament

Tillicum Society to host 25th annual National Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration

The celebration will take place on June 21 at the Aboringinal Education Centre in Quesnel

Jam Camp North looking for campers

The camp offers singing, guitar, percussion, accordion and musical theatre training to all ages

VIDEO: Former students say goodbye to Quesnel Junior School

Crowds gathered to look through old year books and tour the school on Wednesday, June 13

Reformation House fundraises for local woman with breast cancer

A Night of Hope raised $5,145 for Deana Lloyd’s breast cancer treatment

Update: one sent to hospital after Wednesday’s Highway 97 crash

The collision involved a semi-trailer truck and an SUV

Correlieu Secondary students learn about careers in forestry

Latest COFI event saw 30 students discover diverse employment options in sector

Nazko Health Centre to host annual health fair

The event is free and includes lunch

Quesnel Pride Parade full of joy as dozens marched

Opening remarks were made by city councillor Laurey-Anne Roodenburg

Wings restaurants fundraise for the B.C. SPCA throughout the month of June

The restaurant chain hopes to raise $4,000 for the B.C. SPCA

UNBC doctor wins international medical research prize

Dr. Jacqueline Pettersen won for her research into the effects of vitamin D on visual memory

Quesnel Junior School Band celebrates the end to a successful year with final concert

The band recently won a grant for $10,000 worth of new instruments

Co-owners of new Quesnel boutique want women to “feel beautiful” regardless of shape or size

The mother-daughter duo say the boutique was a natural expansion from their salon