Quesnel Observer Staff

Thoughtless Ambitions will be hosting their annual auto expo in LeBourdais Park on Sunday, July 3. (Photo submitted)

Thoughtless Ambitions auto expo coming up

The second annual auto show will be held Sunday, July 3 at LeBourdais Park

Thoughtless Ambitions will be hosting their annual auto expo in LeBourdais Park on Sunday, July 3. (Photo submitted)
Streambank erosion within and adjacent to Newa Creek has been caused by excessive cattle activity according to an audit report by the Forest Practices Board. (Forest Practices Board)

Audit finds extensive damage to fish stream northwest of Quesnel by cattle

Several issues of concern have been identified in an audit of Quesnel area ranchers

Streambank erosion within and adjacent to Newa Creek has been caused by excessive cattle activity according to an audit report by the Forest Practices Board. (Forest Practices Board)
A water quality advisory was issued Thursday, June 23, by the City of Quesnel due to the levels of manganese in its drinking water supply. (Black Press file photo)

Water quality advisory issued by the City of Quesnel due to manganese

The water system is averaging above Health Canada’s maximum acceptable concentration

A water quality advisory was issued Thursday, June 23, by the City of Quesnel due to the levels of manganese in its drinking water supply. (Black Press file photo)
A flood warning has been issued for the Quesnel River. (Rebecca Dyok photo — Quesnel Observer)

Flood watch upgraded to flood warning for Quesnel River

A flood watch continues for tributaries in the Cariboo Mountains

A flood warning has been issued for the Quesnel River. (Rebecca Dyok photo — Quesnel Observer)
Jersey L’Heureux (centre) and Taylor Parr (right) have been named recipients of the 2021 Premier’s Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport. (Quesnel Observer file photo)

Quesnel softball players receive Premier’s Award for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport

Taylor Parr and Jersey L’Heureux have been recognized as some of the region’s outstanding athletes

Jersey L’Heureux (centre) and Taylor Parr (right) have been named recipients of the 2021 Premier’s Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport. (Quesnel Observer file photo)
A toxic drug alert in Quesnel has been issued by Northern Health. (File photo)

Red substance being sold as down sparks toxic drug alert in Quesnel

The substance causes sudden overdose, prolonged sedation and memory loss

A toxic drug alert in Quesnel has been issued by Northern Health. (File photo)
The Celebration of Stars was held at the Chuck Mobley Theatre on Sunday, June 5. (Photo submitted)

Quesnel Festival of the Performing Arts hosts Celebration of Stars

Young performers were recently honoured at the Chuck Mobley Theatre

The Celebration of Stars was held at the Chuck Mobley Theatre on Sunday, June 5. (Photo submitted)
Haley Reimer, 33, is no longer missing said the Quesnel RCMP. (File photo)

Woman last seen in Quesnel located

Haley Reimer is safe and sound: RCMP

Haley Reimer, 33, is no longer missing said the Quesnel RCMP. (File photo)
The City of Quesnel will be providing five ready-to-use designs for property owners to build carriage houses or secondary dwellings. (City of Quesnel Website)

Online feedback survey launched on ready-to-use secondary home designs in Quesnel

The survey will be available until Friday, June 10

The City of Quesnel will be providing five ready-to-use designs for property owners to build carriage houses or secondary dwellings. (City of Quesnel Website)
Hannah Trimble, Braxton Holte, Olivia van den Elzen, and Beth Mattioli recently presented the Amata Transition House with a $1,000 donation after a student dance at Correlieu Secondary. (Photo submitted)
Hannah Trimble, Braxton Holte, Olivia van den Elzen, and Beth Mattioli recently presented the Amata Transition House with a $1,000 donation after a student dance at Correlieu Secondary. (Photo submitted)
Correlieu Secondary School boy’s golf team recently won second in a zone tournament in Williams Lake. (Photo submitted)

Correlieu Secondary wins second place in golf tournament

The High School Zone Tournament was held in Williams Lake

Correlieu Secondary School boy’s golf team recently won second in a zone tournament in Williams Lake. (Photo submitted)
Folks traveling through Wells can take in a printmaking exhibit inspired by the Yukon boreal forest Wednesdays through Sundays at Island Mountain Arts. (Martha Jane Ritchie photo)

Printmaking exhibition inspired by the Yukon boreal forest on display in Wells

Boreal Relief is at Island Mountain Arts public gallery until June 26

Folks traveling through Wells can take in a printmaking exhibit inspired by the Yukon boreal forest Wednesdays through Sundays at Island Mountain Arts. (Martha Jane Ritchie photo)
A member practices with the Bouchie Lake Volunteer Fire Department. Practices are held Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. at the fire hall. (Bouchie Lake Volunteer Fire Department/Facebook)

New fire truck needed for Bouchie Lake Volunteer Fire Department

An alternative approval process is being held by the Cariboo Regional District

A member practices with the Bouchie Lake Volunteer Fire Department. Practices are held Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. at the fire hall. (Bouchie Lake Volunteer Fire Department/Facebook)
Rainbow-coloured fentanyl was recently seized by the Quesnel RCMP Crime Reduction Unit. Two Quesnel men are facing charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a prohibited firearm. (RCMP Photo)

Drug trafficking network dismantled by Quesnel Crime Reduction Unit

Hundreds of doses of fentanyl, heroin and two firearms seized

Rainbow-coloured fentanyl was recently seized by the Quesnel RCMP Crime Reduction Unit. Two Quesnel men are facing charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a prohibited firearm. (RCMP Photo)
Cst. Josh Clark coaches multiple soccer teams. (RCMP Submitted Photo)

Quesnel RCMP celebrating volunteers for 2022 Police Week

National Police Week runs from Sunday, May 15 to Saturday, May 21

Cst. Josh Clark coaches multiple soccer teams. (RCMP Submitted Photo)
(Observer File Photo)

Quesnel RCMP warn of romance scams

If you seek companionship on the web take precautions to protect yourself and your money

(Observer File Photo)
“Heroes of the Century” was the theme of this year’s first annual Quesnel ladies Texas Scramble held at the Quesnel Golf Club. (Photo submitted)

Quesnel Golf Club’s first ladies Texas Scramble swings into success

96 golfers from across the region participated

“Heroes of the Century” was the theme of this year’s first annual Quesnel ladies Texas Scramble held at the Quesnel Golf Club. (Photo submitted)
The smokehouse located next to the Riverfront Trail was removed Monday, May 16. (Rebecca Dyok photo — Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Smokehouse beside Quesnel’s Riverfront Trail demolished

The unsound structure was removed on Monday

The smokehouse located next to the Riverfront Trail was removed Monday, May 16. (Rebecca Dyok photo — Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Darcy Horn was recently recognized for his 15 years of volunteer service with the Quesnel chapter of Ducks Unlimited. (Photo submitted)

LETTER: Quesnel Ducks Unlimited in need of volunteers for 2023 banquet

A fundraising banquet is in the works for next year

Darcy Horn was recently recognized for his 15 years of volunteer service with the Quesnel chapter of Ducks Unlimited. (Photo submitted)
Feedback is being sought on three options to renovate the Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre, ranging from utility upgrades and accessibility improvements to an expansion of the leisure pool with a waterslide. (Observer file photo)

Public input wanted on renovation options for Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre

The city and regional district will be hosting three open houses next month

Feedback is being sought on three options to renovate the Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre, ranging from utility upgrades and accessibility improvements to an expansion of the leisure pool with a waterslide. (Observer file photo)