Lindsay Chung

Young B.C. teen’s new book inspired by real-life superheroes and pets affected by wildfires

Nathan McTaggart is touring the Interior to celebrate the launch of Brandy and Her Super Hero

This year’s Toni Onley Artists’ Project in Wells is biggest yet

Twenty-four artists are working with mentors Diana Thorneycroft and Peter von Tiesenhausen

Quesnel kids are ready to Rawk

Five-day Speed Control Rawk Camp culminates in fundraising concert July 12 at 7 p.m.

Quesnel Salvation Army receives boost from Save-On-Foods

The food bank and soup kitchen received $2,110 through the store’s Share It Forward program

Quesnel Outback Quadders’ Poker Run raises more than $1,000 for trail building and maintenance

There were 65 hands and close to 80 people at this year’s Poker Run on July 7

New Quesnel Ambassadors crowned

Nalyssa Runge, Hailey Murray and Sydney Williams will represent the community at a variety of events

$15K on the table for Quesnel youth-led project

Quesnel Community Foundation urging youth to apply for RBC Future Launch Community Challenge

City of Quesnel looking into new water treatment options for dealing with manganese

Drinking Water Report looks back at 2018 and looks ahead to addressing new Health Canada guidelines

Quesnel council looking to prohibit smoking and vaping on busy downtown streets and sidewalks

Council passed the first three readings of a smoking regulation bylaw last week

Quesnel and Cariboo Regional District residents encouraged to participate in housing survey

Work on North Cariboo Housing Needs Assessment and Gap Analysis is about halfway done

Métis youth have fun and form connections in Quesnel

Métis Nation British Columbia hosted a youth event for Region 5 on June 30

Quesnel School District will continue two-week spring break

The majority of survey respondents supported the longer break

Quesnel Lions looking for new location for fundraising garage sale

The service club has learned it must leave the Maple Park Mall by the end of July

More volunteers needed for Quesnel SkyFest

People needed for many jobs, particularly parking, traffic, security, first aid and front gate

Roger Knorr honoured for his service with Quesnel Fire Department

Quesnel Council recognized Knorr, who is retiring after 20 years of full-time service, this week

Michael Kast’s Emotional Abstracts opens June 28 at Quesnel Art Gallery

Prince George artist’s month-long show will feature mainly acrylics

New mental health and wellness services coming to Quesnel

A clinical office will open in West Quesnel as part of a two-year capacity-building pilot project

Community members raise concerns at packed forestry meeting in Quesnel

North Cariboo MLA Coralee Oakes hopes community feels heard

Back Country Horsemen of B.C. North Cariboo Chapter members and hikers celebrate COTT opening

Horseback riders and hikers gathered at the new trailhead and honoured Dwight Dodge June 15

Quesnel groups provide input into 2020 provincial budget

Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services hears a variety of requests