Quesnel Observer Staff

Quesnel’s new Digital Today team ready to offer free digital marketing support to businesses

Digital Today members have taken a 12-week Digital Marketing Bootcamp through Community Futures

COVID-19: Quesnel Airport’s opening hours changing as Central Mountain Air reduces flights

Central Mountain Air is now only flying in and out of Quesnel Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

COVID-19: McLeese Lake Recycling Depot closed until further notice

The Cariboo Regional District is asking residents to store their recyclables at home

Dust advisory issued for Quesnel March 19

Advisory is due to traffic stirring up winter traction materials on roadways

Four Cariboo Regional District volunteer fire departments receive new fire trucks

Kersley is one of the departments that recently replaced an aging engine

Province will deactivate Highway 97 intersection at Juniper Road in South Quesnel later this year

The government says safety will be improved once travellers are redirected

Tim Cawdell is new Quesnel Farmers Market manager

Cawdell takes over from Paul Dumais, who retired after 20 years as manager

Cariboo police forces recover truck, Bobcat and trailer stolen from Quesnel

A 100 Mile House resident was arrested after trying to flee a police roadblock near Wildwood

Transport truck driver seriously injured after being run over by his trailer tires

The incident occurred Feb. 5 on Highway 97 in Quesnel

Northern Development commits $1.1 million in grant funding to business recovery and innovation

NDIT committing funds to Competitiveness Consulting Rebate and Northern Industries Innovation Fund

Classical pianist Alison Kilgannon performing intimate house concert Feb. 7 in Quesnel

The upcoming show is part of the Living Room Live classical concert series

COFI now accepting applications for 2020 Forestry Scholarships

Twelve entrance scholarships worth $1,500 will be awarded

Missing snowmobiler found near Quesnel

Quesnel Search and Rescue and RCMP members found the man after he spent about 20 hours in the bush

No injuries in early-morning shooting at Quesnel home

Quesnel RCMP believe the Jan. 22 shooting on River Park Road was a targeted incident

College of New Caledonia budget consultation session will be Jan. 31

The public consultation session will take place Friday, Jan. 31 at 3:30 p.m.

RCMP to hold career presentation in Quesnel

Those interested in applying need to pre-register for the Jan. 22 presentation

Collision north of Quesnel sends three to hospital

Three people were taken by ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries Tuesday night

Quesnel RCMP hoping to contact man who helped teen who was being sexually assaulted

A man interrupted the assault in progress Friday night and came to the teen’s aid

Premier Horgan coming to Quesnel

John Horgan is beginning a tour through northern British Columbia on Jan. 17

University of Northern B.C. recognized for its partner research

The university’s corporate research income grew 177.3 per cent from 2018 to 2019