Quesnel Observer Staff

PHOTOS: Washout closes Highway 26 in Cottonwood

The washout is across from The Dusty Trunk, and a detour is in place

Alzheimer Society of B.C. offering free weekly webinars

The next webinar is Wednesday, May 13 and focuses on long-distance caregiving

Quesnel RCMP asking for help finding missing man and two vehicles of interest

Louis Korkowski, 33, was last seen May 4 after 6 p.m. on the west side of Quesnel

Quesnel residents encouraged to participate in FireSmart Awareness Month

The City of Quesnel is holding a photo contest and asking residents to fill out a survey

RCMP looking for Quesnel man, who is awaiting trial for serious assault

Police say Kelly Gerk may be in the Quesnel or Prince George area after leaving treatment centre

UPDATE: Boil water advisory has been lifted in West Quesnel

A water main near Baker Creek had broken Friday, April 24

Flooding prompts evacuation order for one Forglen Road property

The Cariboo Regional District issues the order for the McLeese Lake property Sunday, April 26

City of Quesnel dealing with broken water main in West Quesnel, flooding along Johnston Bridge Loop

The Johnston Bridge Loop will close Friday, April 24; City advises of high water along Baker Creek

UPDATE: Evacuation alert expanded for Knickerbocker-Wells Road area

The Cariboo Regional District issued the initial alert Thursday, April 23 due to a landslide

Quesnel and District 4-H program continuing with modifications due to COVID-19

The 2020 Show and Sale, scheduled for Aug. 21-23 may be conducted virtually

ArtsWells cancels 2020 festival due to COVID-19

Island Mountain Arts hopes to deliver some kind of online version of the festival to support artists

Call-in number being provided for April 22 Quesnel school board meeting

The school district building is closed to the public due to COVID-19, but the meeting is going ahead

COVID-19: Quesnel’s Billy Barker Days Festival officially cancelled

The annual four-day festival had been scheduled for July 16-19

Restrictions on open burning in Quesnel extend into June

Quesnel is considered a high smoke sensitivity zone

COVID-19: Northern Development adjusts consulting rebate program

Small Business Recovery Consulting Rebate is designed to help businesses access professional support

CN Police stress railway crossing safety this spring

The only safe and legal place to cross train tracks is at a properly designated railway crossing

COVID-19: Quesnel businesses can access new support hotline

The Business Support Hotline is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

COVID-19: All sports fields and baseball fields in Quesnel now closed

City trails and parks remain open, but users must maintain social distancing space of two metres

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