Sasha Sefter

Quesnel Community Foundation designates new permanent bursary

The Dr. Neil and Eva Barber and Friends Healthcare Education Bursary will be awarded in 2020

Quesnel hockey player takes part in historic outdoor game

Destiny Bautista played in the first-ever female midget AAA league outdoor hockey game on Jan. 19

Quesnel boxer wins professional debut

Shawn Archer defeated Jonathan Sanchez by KO in the third round of a fight in Mexico City on Jan. 18

PHOTOS: Roos go 1-1 over the weekend

Roos dominated the River Kings 8-3 on Saturday and lost a 4-3 heartbreaker to the Rampage on Sunday

B.C. Premier calls Quesnel a ‘hub of innovation’ in face of forestry downturn

Premier John Horgan tours Forestry Innovation Centre and meets with mayor, community representatives

Letter to the editor: Quesnel Cattlemen’s Association raise concerns over West Fraser Road detour

The association is “deeply concerned” about the condition of the detour route

Quesnel youth compete on the slopes

Quesnel athletes recently raced in the U16 Teck Open at Panorama Mountain Resort

Cariboo Ski-Touring Club to host international film festival showcase

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival films to be shown at Hallis Lake Lodge on Jan. 24

Quesnel Kangaroos drop two on the road over the weekend

The Roos lost 8-6 to the the Smithers Steelheads and 11-9 to the Hazelton Wolverines

Quesnel Farmers’ Market seeks new manager

After 20 years as the Quesnel Farmer’s Market manager, Paul Dumais is retiring

Quesnel Thunder rumbles through the competition

The Quesnel Thunder Peewee Rep team went undefeated to win gold at a home tournament Jan. 10-12

Forestry Hockey League: Teams blast into a new decade with plenty of goals

BCS dominates Serenity 7-2, while Bear keeps pace in a 7-5 entertaining affair over Fraser River

Quesnel curlers headed to B.C. Winter Games

Team Woollends slid passed the competition to earn its spot in the Games this February

Thunder can’t rumble in Kelowna

The Quesnel Thunder PeeWee Rep team failed to medal at a tournament for the first time this season

Quesnel kung fu students advance

Valois Kung Fu school studetns progress their rank, while the martial art grows in popularity

Quesnel Legion looks to build on strong year

Newly-installed executive of the Quesnel Legion hopes to increase services and membership in 2020

Cariboo Ski-Touring Club’s open house postponed

With temperatures forecast to get below -20 C, the Jan. 12 event has been moved to Jan. 26

Quesnel Film Club sets sail Jan. 9

The Quesnel Film Club will debut Maiden as its first film of the winter 2020 season

Ring-ing in the new year

Quesnel hosted 21 teams and more than 250 athletes during the Gold Pan Ringette Tournament

For the Love of the game

Team Canada, assistant coach Mitch Love of Quesnel win gold at 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship