Annie Gallant

Quesnel volunteer firefighters served well in 2017

Volunteer firefighters provided more than 6,300 hours of service last year

Nazko guide-outfitter looking for stewardship from Province after wildfires

Stewart Fraser wants the government to take a good long look at forest practices and wildlife management

Andre’s facilitates new and larger businesses in Quesnel’s southern area

Andres has made it possible for Dollarama and Mark's Work Wearhouse to develop larger premises and introduces full-service Starbucks

ChemoRV’s Jason Bell wins prestigious award

Expanded Quesnel location set to almost triple facility capacity

Quesnel’s Correlieu Players present two comedies for the price of one

It will be a laugh-a-minute at Chuck Mobley Theatre at Correlieu Secondary School

Quesnel health nurses now primary care nurses

Health and Community Care team to include several departments

Tim Hortons smiles on CDC

Smile Cookie sales totalled $5,200

Mandatory turn onto Kinchant a result of Ministry consultation

Concerns were raised by the City of Quesnel in 2016 regarding congestion on Highway 97

Minister Farnworth has frank discussions with Quesnel Chamber

ANNIE GALLANT, Observer Reporter

Aussie team deployed to Quesnel

ANNIE GALLANT

Randy gets robbed

Randy Lorntsen dodged wildfires, covered countless miles and didn't sleep for two days until he finally fell into bed at his mother's home in Quesnel, only to wake up the next morning and find his vehicle's side window broken and his possessions stolen.

Skyfest welcomes Skyhawks to 2017 show

Quesnel Skyfest 2017 is honoured to welcome back the Canadian Armed Forces Parachute Team, The Skyhawks to this year's show, Aug. 4 – 6 at Quesnel Airport.

Concert for a cause

Alex Cuba performs at the Occidental March 25 in aid of supporting VGH Epilepsy Clinic's addition of two SIU beds

Unraveling the stigma

Natasha tells the truth about epilepsy and her experience with the Seizure Investigation Unit and brain surgery

Respect private property

Legion asking drivers to stop using access as roadway on the south side of their property

A good old-fashioned Afternoon Tea

Quesnel's Gold Pan Grannies held a Rose in Winter fundrasing tea for the Stephen Lewis Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign

Quesnel’s 4th Annual Purple Day campaign kicks off

March is Epilepsy Awareness Month in Quesnel and for the past four years Natasha Wasmuth and her volunteers have fundraised

Tap into your reason to Relay

Organizers are busy already, preparing for Relay for Life in its new location

Following God’s lead

Elaine Osen is loving her new life and new job in Quesnel and owes her success to listening to God

My Sheep Story connects with local students

Terry Nichols takes her My Sheep Dog Story on the road to local schools