Annie Gallant

Editorial: last goodbye

Annie Gallant says farewell to our readers

Community Health Services’ new digs a work in progress

G.R. Baker Memorial Hospital now home for all of Quesnel's Community Health Services

Nazko set for Third Annual Arts and Music Festival on March 3

Fourth Annual Nazko Arts and Music festival is an excellent opportunity to see what the community's local talent has to offer

EpilepsyQuesnel raising funds for more Seizure Investigation Unit beds at VGH

VGH Foundation gets VCH approval to begin fundraising for SIU beds, Quesnel efforts are paying off

Quesnel Chamber of Commerce unveils new executive

Chamber president Julia Dillabough provides a preview of the coming year.

Green Tree Health and Wellness celebrates 10 years in Quesnel

Local health food store celebrates 10 years of successful business in a community she loves

B.C. inventor hopes to make ball-hitch history

Local machinist invents tower and tongue device that he says will save lives

Quesnel inventor is making ball-hitch history

Local machinist invents tower and tongue device that he says will save lives

Montreal’s Buzz Brass Quintet in Quesnel for two shows

Buzz Brass performs family concert Jan. 25 and Salute to Gershwin Jan. 26

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


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.