Quesnel Observer Staff

UPDATE: traffic flowing again on Highway 97 at Alexandria after incident

A vehicle incident has closed one lane of Highway 97 Dec. 6

Two Quesnel men arrested after fleeing police

Local RCMP searched and found the men after they abandoned a stolen vehicle Dec. 3

Quesnel Film Club showing The Biggest Little Farm Dec. 5

The documentary will be shown Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Carib Theatre

Quesnel police seize loaded handgun, drugs, stolen property

Female driver and male passenger were arrested after trying to flee from police

Quesnel and Wells receive provincial grants

The Province pays grants in lieu of property tax each November

B.C. woman charged with breaching probation order related to animal cruelty

Catherine Jessica Adams was sentenced Nov. 26 in Quesnel Law Courts

City of Quesnel’s budget survey is live

The City of Quesnel is asking for input for the 2020 budget until Dec. 10

Wells artist wins international screen printing award

Bill Horne has won an award of excellence at the Tokyo Screen Print Biennale

David Chapman elected Quesnel school board chair

Tony Goulet was acclaimed as the board’s vice-chairperson

Kate’s Bestie’s Wedding raises over $6,900

The funny fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Quesnel is being hailed as a great success

Quesnel kids learn about careers at Find your Fit Tour

Two-day exhibition exposed students to the many options available in the workforce

Amy Quarry and Diandra Oliver will manage Quesnel’s new food hub

Sprout Kitchen Regional Food Hub and Business Incubator is expected to be up and running next fall

Diabolically decorating pumpkins at Quesnel Library

More than 20 kids get into Halloween spirit as library hosts free pumpkin-decorating event

City of Quesnel clarifies process behind gold pan relocation

Recommendation to move gold pan to a more central location came out of 2018 wayfinding strategy

Cariboo Fire Centre hosting Junior Fire Crew Program meeting Oct. 30 in Quesnel

Grade 12 students can find out more about being part of the 2020 program

Election 2019: Doherty ahead after two polls close in Cariboo-Prince George

Conservative candidate is looking for re-election in the riding

Early-morning drier fire quickly extinguished in Quesnel

West Fraser MDF Plant fire swiftly put out by employees

IMA Artist-in-Residence will give Artist Talk Oct. 11 in Wells

Joanne Salé has been creating a variety of work while in Wells, including carved panels

Barkerville and Cottonwood House CEO retiring in June 2020

The Barkerville Heritage Trust will immediately begin a “robust search” for a new CEO

Advance voting begins Friday in Quesnel

Advance voting is open Oct. 11-14 at St. John the Divine Anglican Church and The Lodge