Melanie Law

Editorial: respect where it’s due

Quesnel’s youth are impressive in their maturity and eloquence

Voyageur Elementary receives $90,000 for new playground

SD28 school one of 51 around the province to receive playground funding

Some sidewalks to be removed on Reid Street next week

VIDEO: Reid Street businesses update us on how they are faring as construction continues

Artistry and athleticism on display in new synchronized swimming program

Former competitive synchronized swimmer Nicole Lantzy is bringing her sport to Quesnel

School board plans custodial staff and technology cuts as 2018/19 budget revealed

Additional funds allocated for education assistants, resource teacher time

City urges Quesnel residents to prepare for possible flooding

River Forecast Centre upgraded Fraser River to Flood Watch Tuesday

Province reviewing new flood and fire recommendations

140-page report gave 108 recommendations

Cariboo First Nations group calls for moratorium on caribou hunt

Southern Dakelh Nation Alliance wants action ahead of May 25 hunt lottery deadline

CRD hopes to restrict sale, setting off of fireworks

The proposed ban would reduce risk of fire but have repercussions for local businesses

Court date set for Greyhound bus driver involved in fatal Kersley crash

The driver is facing a criminal charge after the April 2017 incident, which killed one man

Fraser River at Quesnel upgraded to Flood Watch

River Forecast Centre is monitoring the river closely as temperatures remain high

UPDATE: motorcyclist seriously injured after crash near Hixon

The driver, 23, was taken to hospital after the early-morning crash yesterday, May 15

Editorial: sitting on a gold mine

Quesnel’s mining past may well be its future

“I joined the RCMP because I wanted to make a difference”

Local constable and his wife are doing great things for the community of Quesnel

Local man sentenced for B&E of home off Highway 26

Sheldon William Nipshank pled guilty for two charges related to the incident

Burned timber still salvageable, but clock is ticking

Ministry has expedited cutting permits and is looking at landscape rehabilitation on burn areas

Nazko and Blackwater Rivers downgraded to flood watch

Nazko residents were given information on the level of snow pack remaining in the region

Wildfire preparation meetings scheduled in Cariboo

Drop-in sessions to take place in 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and Quesnel

Celebrating National Nursing Week

Read about some of Quesnel’s new nurses, who are completing their degrees at CNC

Nazko weathering the storm as residents return

Some road closures remain, but water has receded far below peak levels