Melanie Law

Quesnel’s Terry Fox Run raises over $20,000

Local event had decent turnout and stellar fundraising results

Ministry of Transportation to hold info session on West Fraser Road washout

The meeting will take place at Buckridge Community Hall on Sept. 20

Lindsay Woods is running for Quesnel City Council

Woods was born and raised in Quesnel, and moved back recently

Baezaeko Complex fires no longer Wildfires of Note

The BC Wildfire Service has downgraded all local fires and disbanded incident management team

Semi overturned near Quesnel River Bridge

The incident happened at around 1 a.m.

City of Quesnel advances several agendas with provincial ministers at UBCM

Solicitor General, Attorney General commit to reviewing Quesnel’s RCMP, court resources, says mayor

Two Wells mayoral candidates and six for council

Six District of Wells council candidates will vie for four seats

Seven candidates vie for CRD directorships near Quesnel

Area A and B have two and three candidates apiece, with Area C and I each with one

12 hopefuls for Quesnel City Council in upcoming municipal election

Incumbent Bob Simpson is the only candidate for Quesnel mayor

Cody Dillabough set to run for Quesnel City Council

Dillabough runs a farm, volunteers in the community and is a local rep for a cattle company

City of Quesnel wins Wood Works award for second year running

The award recognizes the use of wood in the South Hills playground

Trio of free HR workshops coming to Quesnel

Well-known facilitator to give local businesses strategies on hiring and retaining staff

Phase II sidewalks being poured on Reid Street

The project is scheduled to be largely completed by Sept. 20, weather permitting

Some open burning to be allowed again in Cariboo Fire Centre

Ministry to lift ban on Category 2 fires Sept. 14 at noon

Bail hearing scheduled for Bumper to Bumper theft suspect

Matthew Emmanuel Lucani will appear in Quesnel Provincial Court Sept. 25

Cowboy crooners take over Barkerville for annual Jubilee

Historic site hosted many singers at its Cowboy & Drover Jubilee

Prince George man, 68, missing since Aug. 25

Friends and family concerned over disappearance of Regnald Percy Waite

Colder temperatures and possibility of snow this week in Quesnel

Environment Canada is forecasting potential flurries for Sept. 12 and Sept. 16

Bob Simpson to seek second term as mayor of Quesnel

Simpson highlighted property crime, housing availability and environmental initiatives as focuses