Ronan O’Doherty

Quesnel boxer storms through Portland

“Hurricane” Carter picks up an easy victory after some scheduling confusion

Roos lose heartbreaker to Stamps in OT

Gassoff scores three in back-and-forth affair

Conifex announces a temporary curtailment in operations at Fort St. James mill

Between 180 and 200 people will be affected by the curtailment for at least four weeks

Photo Gallery: Remembrance Day parade 2018

Hundreds lined the streets to pay their respects to all the brave veterans who have fought for us

B.C. bullrider turns in his rope

Quesnel’s Matt O’Flynn, 28, has decided to retire after a successful career

Quesnel Sponsor League sliding into winter

City’s top curling league as competitive as ever

Quesnel Bantam hockey team dominant at home tournament

Thunder went 5-0, beating teams from Smithers, Williams Lake, Prince Rupert and North West District

First Nations people gather on Lhats’as?in Memorial Day to honour hanged chiefs

Moving speeches were given by many leaders in attendance

Quesnel rodeo personalities rope a few awards at year end banquet

Lane Cork, Steve Lloyd and Ray Jasper were all honoured for their achievements

Quesnel stars on ice shine bright

Members of the StarSkate program impress their coach in Kamloops

Quesnel skateboard community rallies for fallen friend

Large memorial for Ryley Merritt attended by well over 100 peers

Quesnel Cross country runners are in the zone

Ruby Nicholas continues her dominance with another first place finish

Wells election results are in

Preliminary results have Gabe Fourchalk winning the mayoral race

Quesnel’s newly elected councillors react to unofficial results

Three incumbents, three newcomers share how they’re feeling as unofficial election results announced

The Observer catches up with some city council candidates

Laurey-Anne Roodenburg, Fritz Wyssen, and Ron Paull all spoke with the Observer

Quesnel vote count still very low

Less than 20 per cent of eligible voters have cast their ballot as of 6:30 p.m.

What’s important to you this election? Locals weigh in

The Observer talks to Quesnel and CRD residents as they head to the polls

“I want an activist council”: Mayor Bob Simpson

The Observer speaks to Mayor Bob Simpson on his hopes for council for the next four years

The Observer asks: What issues are important to you for the municipal election?

Locals weigh in on Quesnel’s future as election day kicks off

B.C. veteran uses boxing coaching and farming to combat PTSD

Cam Tetrault is a valuable contributor at Quesnel’s Two Rivers Boxing Club