Lindsay Chung

Federal budget focuses on the middle class

Cariboo-Prince George MP Todd Doherty releases statement calling the budget a cover up.

Community rallies to get Gronk to the game

A GoFundMe campaign is raising money to send avid Blue Jays fan Gary Gronskei of Quesnel to Toronto

Quesnel’s Barkerville Brewing Co. collaborating on another Pink Boots brew

Twenty-one people had a hand in brewing the hibiscus dry-hopped lager

Run raises $2,500 for Quesnel school breakfast program

This year’s St. Patricks Day Pace and Pint 5K featured a new 2K Kids Run as well

Quesnel joins global Youth Climate Strike

Twelve-year-old organizes Fridays for Future Strike

Quesnel’s new Forestry Initiatives Program up and running

Construction has also begun on the Forestry Innovation Centre at City Hall

Upcoming workshop will share social media strategy with local farmers

Do farmers really need social media? Can it really help them? These…

UPDATED: Air quality and dust advisories ended for Quesnel

Meteorologist Ralph Adams said having both advisories at the same time was unusual

UPDATED: Dust advisory remains in place for Quesnel

High concentrations of dust are expected to persist until there is precipitation or dust suppression

Little things can make a big difference in reducing wildfire hazards

Quesnel homeowners learn about FireSmarting their properties ahead of fire season

The Barn Project exhibition opens March 15 in Wells

Kristin Krimmel says she drew inspiration from the way light played on the barns she photographed

The college of new possibilities: CNC launches new brand

As it prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary, College of New Caledonia rebrands

Quesnel’s Cariboo Craft Beer Festival introduces afternoon session this year

While the evening session sold out, tickets are still available for the 2 p.m. session March 16

Progressive Agriculture Safety Day coming to Quesnel for the very first time June 1

The registration deadline for youth who want to take part in the hands-on education day is April 30

Quesnel gymnasts earn medals, qualify for Provincials

The Quesnel Technics Gymnastics Club recently hosted the annual Gold Pan meet

The 200 block of Kinchant Street will be dedicated as Veterans’ Way

Council also looking into adding banners to honour Quesnel veterans

Quesnel athletes find success at Special Olympics BC Winter Games

Quesnel’s curlers and snowshoers won medals at the provincial games

Quesnel dancers shine at Spring Showcase

Gold Pan City Dancers shared 29 performances during the March 2 Spring Showcase

Making music and memories in Nazko

Many talented musicians perform at fourth annual Nazko Arts and Music Festival

Quesnel RCMP seize guns after man allegedly shot at with hunting rifle

Nobody was injured in the incident, which occurred Wednesday morning on Lust Road