Lindsay Chung

PHOTOS: Dragon Lake Elementary was top school at Hallis Lake Ski Tournament

Fifty-five athletes competed at the tournament Feb. 22 in Quesnel

City of Quesnel to offer financial incentive to encourage secondary suites

In response to Housing Action Plan recommendations, the City is also working on a Rent Bank

Correlieu grad starring in new swashbuckling ‘femme-forward’ play in Vancouver

Junita Thiessen grew up in Quesnel and went on to study acting at Capilano University

Quesnel invited to bid on 2024 B.C. Winter Games

The City will discuss partnerships with regional district, school district, Lhtako Dené First Nation

College of New Caledonia Quesnel’s Science and Technology Day showcases passion and opportunities

The public event featured the School District 28 science fair, tours and presentations

‘It’s like he just vanished’: Quesnel man still missing, last seen two months ago

WARNING: This story contains references to suicide and may not be appropriate for all audiences.

Moose Hide Campaign aims to end violence against women and children

Close to two million squares of moose hide have been distributed since 2011

Spotlight shines on dancers at Quesnel Festival of Performing Arts

Hundreds of dancers performed during the Dance Festival Feb. 14-17

Rotary Club of Quesnel’s first Walk for Water raises nearly $3,000

The money will be split between the Baker Creek Enhancement Society and the Roll-A-Hippo Foundation

Cariboo Regional District encourages Maple Drive residents to attend March 3 meeting about streetlights

Options for providing lights to improve safety include establishing a new taxation service

Ranch Musings: Encouraging the next generation

David Zirnhelt says balancing business and lifestyle may help the next generation stay on the ranch

Bidding is open for ArtsWells Mini Murals

Contributing artists include Lindsay Kay, Connor Kenney, Dan Bern and Carly Nabess

Workshop will help move Quesnel Timber Supply Area community forest forward

The City of Quesnel will facilitate a workshop in April with all the key players

Join Brenda Gardiner for an adventure in Peru and Bolivia in next Lawnchair Travel flight

Gardiner will share highlights from her recent trip Monday, Feb. 24 at the Bouchie Lake Hall

Quesnel RCMP still searching for Darryl Leblanc Jr.

Leblanc was last seen Dec. 30, 2019, and police are asking for the public’s help in locating him

Quesnel Council agrees to tax shift that gives light industry a break

The shift means residences will see a tax increase of about $3 per $100,000 each year

Quesnel council proposing 6.7-per-cent tax increase for 2020

Tax increase reflects added RCMP and bylaw resources, plus new snow levy

New Feb. 22 Casino Night event raises money for two Bouchie Lake societies

The Friends of Bouchie-Milburn and Bouchie Lake Watershed Stewardship societies are partnering up

North Cariboo MLA wishes provincial budget offered more support to forestry workers and small businesses

Coralee Oakes was happy to see more funding for Foundry programs, high school mental health supports

Rotary Club of Quesnel’s first Walk for Water coming up Feb. 21

Money raised will support the Baker Creek Enhancement Society and Roll-A-Hippo Foundation