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Seven arrested, ‘substantial seizure’ of cocaine and cash made by Williams Lake RCMP

Police say the arrests relate to a multi-layered drug trafficking operation in the city

Everything you need to know about snow removal in Quesnel

The City maintains more than 146 kilometres of road

Quesnel residents stand with Wet'suwet'en First Nation hereditary chiefs
Snowfall warning in effect, Dec. 28-29
Pelosi accuses White House of 'dangerous' leak
El Chapo trial: govt. shows escape tunnel video

Need a ride this New Year’s Eve?

The Observer catches up with Cariboo Taxi on one of the busiest nights of the year

Snow predicted for first days of 2019

Environment Canada forecasts between two and 4 centimetres will fall New Year’s Day

Quesnel Cariboo Observer’s top stories of 2018

Website’s most-read stories of the year focused on wildfires, local crime

Caribou recovery agreement being developed behind closed doors; say Cariboo Chilcotin politicians

Minister of Forests stresses no final decisions will be made without engagement

Cariboo community receives record amount of snow for Dec. 28 in more than 50 years

After being deprived of snow for Christmas, Mother Nature delivers lots of the white stuff in the days to follow

28 plow trucks working hard in North Cariboo region

Division manager says once snow stops, roads will be plowed within 48 hours

Highway 97 north of Williams Lake re-opens to single lane alternating traffic

A two-vehicle crash earlier Friday between Jacobson Drive and Airport Road, involved a transport truck

UPDATE: Fuel spill at Rocky’s in Bouchie Lake cleaned up

Approximately 1,200 litres of fuel were spilled this morning

VIDEO: Snowfall warning still in effect for Quesnel area

Between 15 and 25 centimetres expected to fall by Dec. 29

Snowfall warning in effect for Quesnel, Williams Lake

Snow and ice pellets in the forecast for 100 Mile House, according to Environment Canada

Fate of QJS to be reviewed March 2019, according to Ministry

Quesnel junior school options will go before Ministry Treasury Board in March

Two-vehicle collision on Moffat Bridge approach

RCMP, fire rescue and ambulance on the scene

Lakecity mother and young children recovering after ‘terrifying’ crash

‘It makes me sick to my stomach thinking what could have happened’

Graduation rate for Aboriginal students up in SD28

Male students’ graduation rate also up, while female rate was down in 2017/18

75% of voters in Cariboo North chose first-past-the-post system

While 61% of participating voters province-wide chose to keep current election system

UPDATED: Highway 97 re-opens after mudslide near Cache Creek

Crews were deployed to the area between Antoine Road and Highway 99

Quesnel experiences spike in credit card fraud

Fraudsters are using stolen credit and debit card numbers to make fraudulent purchases