Autumn MacDonald

Crews continue to battle blaze 40 kilometres northwest of Quesnel

As of 2 p.m. on June 7 the fire covers about 168 hectares and is 55 per cent contained. Its size has not grown significantly in the past 24 hours. This fire is currently classified as "being held", which means that that the fire is not likely to spread beyond predetermined boundaries under the prevailing and forecasted weather conditions.

Wicked windstorm wrecks havoc on Quesnel boaters

Wicked windstorm wrecks havoc on Quesnel boaters

Missing person located

Laura Ketchum found safe

The family who flies together, stay together

Flying has been a part of Bud Granley's life since he was nine years old.

The ultimate in aircraft memorabilia

As a special treat this year at Skyfest 2017 all airplane enthusiasts will be excited to see on display the ultimate in aircraft memorabilia.

Despite all odds

Dan Buchanan returns to the thrill of flying

Elliott and Oakes battle it out on resource sector

Cariboo North Liberal, NDP canddidates spar over jobs

Cariboo-Chilcotin Fire Centre opens new building

The British Columbia government has enhanced the province’s firefighting capability in the Cariboo-Chilcotin with the opening of a $7.1-million facility at the Williams Lake Airport.

Ducks Unlimited event a huge success

Ducks Unlimited boasted as one of best ever

West Quesnel Funding announced

Phase 2 of the West Quesnel Land Stability project announced

CNC pay parking

Hot topic at city hall once CNC announced they would be installing pay parking at the Quesnel campus

Second temporary doctor arrives

Quesnel's second emergency doctor arrived and the city is paying for accommodation and transportation

West Fraser shows improved earnings

Weaker Canadian dollar and high lumber prices responsible for WF improved earnings

Fantastic festival

Quesnel's 40th annual Billy Barker Days Festival was a howling success

Column – Growing up is hard, watching it is harder

As your kids grow more independent you realize they don't need you as much, and it sucks.

Museum set for lighting upgrades

After receiving federal funding the museum will be putting in new lighting.

Dix introduces bull to address partisan ads

NDP leader Adrian Dix introduced a bill that would end the practice of governments using taxpayer dollars to fund partisan ads.

West Fraser rated in top 10 companies across Canada

West Fraser has landed the title of one of British Columbia’s and Canada’s top employers.

Editorial: Simple fix

An editorial about the dangers about texting and calling while driving and what the province is doing about it.