Melanie Law

Quesnel biathlete set to represent Canada in Estonia

Ryan Elden, 18, has qualified to compete on the Canadian Youth/Junior biathlon team

Quesnel comes fifth in Pee Wee Rep home tournament

Local team played hard against Prince George, Smithers and Kamloops

Design for skatepark extension in final stages

Quesnel skateboarders continue to fundraise for project, to be constructed by October

UPDATE: Mill fire at Tolko caused by spark

Tolko expects to have operations up and running as early as this afternoon or tomorrow

FHL: Bear bounds back into the penthouse with a 5-3 win over Fraser River

Steve Dodge brings us all the highlights from the FHL

Quesnel’s KIJHL expansion bid shut down again

Parallel Sports Group not giving up hope despite another setback

Arctic explorer John Dunn to give a glimpse of Canada’s varied terrain

The Albertan has traversed from Tofino to Nunavut by foot, canoe and ski over the past 20 years

Province invites input on proposed limit to mule deer hunt

Ministry of FLNRORD seeks input by Jan. 19 on a number of changes to hunting regulations

Sales and Wamsteeker headed to Taipei

Quesnel skater and her partner have qualified for Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

Quesnel’s ringette tournament was a test of skill for local players

The tournament welcomed teams from PG, Houston and Terrace

Historic Dog Sled Mail Run unique to Quesnel and Wells

Envelopes for the mail run are available until Jan. 23 at outlets in Quesnel and Wells

Beloved Correlieu coach leaves behind lasting legacy for students

Pat Marsh passed away Jan. 2; will not soon be forgotten by community

Team roping a hit with all ages at clinic for beginners

Quesnel Team Roping Club’s veteran ropers taught the basics at Alex Fraser Park

Quesnel residents had perfect snowy weekend to try out cross-country skiing at Hallis Lake

The trails were groomed and ready for the crowds at the Cariboo Ski Touring Club’s annual open day

The price to play: hockey enrollment, tournaments, travel and equipment

QDMHA executive members say Quesnel’s prices on par or better than other programs

Quesnel bull rider in top five after New Year’s Eve triumph

Lane Cork is third in the Bull Riders Canada average rankings after win in Barriere

Quesnel figure skater heads to Nationals with ice dance partner

The pair trained at West Fraser Centre over Christmas in preparation for competition

Meet Quesnel’s first 2018 baby, born Monday afternoon

Baby Amora Marie was welcomed home by mom, dad and big sister

Cariboo Ski Touring Club open house set for Sunday at Hallis Lake

Free ski and snowshoe rentals, trail passes and a pancake breakfast by donation

It’s a girl! Quesnel’s first baby of 2018 arrived Jan. 1

Amora Marie was welcomed by mom Kayla Desnomie and dad Todd Bird at G.R. Baker Memorial Hospital