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Today’s Quesnel Cariboo Observer is on the streets

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The new edition of the Quesnel Cariboo Observer hits the streets this morning. I encourage you to pick up a copy.

A cabinet minister came to town, the RCMP got their annual kids’ camps going again, the Correlieu class of ‘83 had a reunion, the 4-H kids held their achievement weekend, and the Sikh Temple turned 50 years old.

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