Sasha Sefter

Quesnel’s new Ambassadors crowned

Sarah Foottit, Beth Mattioli and Jadacia Barker are the 2020 Quesnel Ambassadors

Council discusses Bridges Supportive Housing project

The 32 unit facility on Elliott street is expected to open in late August or early September

Local war hero ceberating 100 years of life

Derek Beningfield records his grandfather’s history ahead of his 100th birthday on July 14

Editorial: Thanks for the memories

Sasha Sefter says farewell to our readers

City orders structure in “unsafe condition” demolished

Estimated cost of demolition to be $40,000, likely to fall on on taxpayers

LETTER: Thank you Quesnel for supporting 2020 grads

More than $100,000 donated in scholarships, awards and bursaries

City of Quesnel begins fuel management project on Sugar Loaf Mountain

The project is a part of the ongoing Community Wildfire Protection Plan and will run through July

Fate of C&C Wood Products will soon be determined

Bidding for the bankrupt specialty mill concluded on Tuesday, July 7

Quesnel Salvation Army receives boost from Save-On-Foods

The food bank and soup kitchen received $1,660 through the store’s Share It Forward program

North Fraser Drive loop in west Quesnel closed due to flooding

A detour for southbound and eastbound drivers is in place

Meet Quesnel and District 4-H Member of the Week Marcus Meir

Quesnel and District 4-H is highlighting its hard-working members each week

Barkerville writes a new page in its own history book

Kate Cox is the new CEO of Barkerville Historic Town and Park and Cottonwood House Historic Site

North Cariboo Seniors’ Council receives $10,000 from United Way

The funds will help the council provide meals to vulnerable seniors impacted by COVID-19

Regional district issues evacuation order for 9 residences near McBride

The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George issued the order on Sunday, July 4

College of New Caledonia convocation goes virtual

The graduating class of 2020 were celebrated virtually on June 25 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Evacuation alert issued for three properties on Garvin Road, southeast of Quesnel

The Cariboo Regional District has issued the alert due to “potential danger to life and health”

UPDATE: Nazko Road has reopened to traffic

Nazko Road had been closed in both directions due to a washout at the Udy Creek bridge