Autumn MacDonald

Simpson seeks another term

Incumbent says he can speak freely and vote constituent wishes

Editorial: Thank you

Duncan Barnett may have took the NDP candidacy for Cariboo North, but the real winner was democracy.

Rare bear rescue

A bear was rescued from Airport Hill and will be transported to Second Chance Wildlife Rescue.

Shadow sentenced to four months

Shadow Laflamme was sentence to four months jail after pleading guilty in provincial court.

Taseko Mines provides update on New Prosperity

Gibraltar Mines presented Chamber of Commerce members with an overview of the mines’ productions and an update on Prosperity mine.

Editorial: Up to us

Our region has yet another candidate declaring his intentions in securing a position to fight for our interests.

Two arrested in coke and weapons seizure

Two have been arrested and weapons and coke seized after a bust earlier this month.

Annual allowable cut report, a ‘what if’ scenario

MLA Simpson questions annual allowable cut predictions.

West Fraser commits $1M for Multi-Centre

New sports and arts facility in Quesnel to be named West Fraser Centre

Editorial – Idiot proof

Humiliation might prove successful in deterring criminals.

Editorial: Money talks

Days away from the presidential election our American neighbours are finding out how much $2 billion looks like.

Pulp business down while lumber prices up

Canfor credits strong offshore demand and an increase in construction for higher lumber sales.

Editorial: Up to us

The suspected suicide of bullying victim Amanda Todd has captured the hearts and minds of most.

Quesnel Conservation asking residents to ‘step up’

Conservation officers forced to destroy bears as sightings increase.

Quesnel man found not guilty in murder trial

Ken Price was found not guilty Thursday by a 12-member jury.

EDITORIAL – Ban needs backing

With the recent ban on trophy bear hunting, it begs us to ask the question: people still do that?

Quesnel Supreme court trial continues

The autopsy report in the second degree murder trial revealed 13 wounds to the body of Albert Boivin, two being the cause of death.

Editorial: Ban needs backing

With the recent ban on trophy bear hunting, it begs us to ask the question: people still do that?

School’s in

Editor Autumn MacDonald captured this moment as students attended their first assembly of the new school year

Billy Barker Days another success – RCMP have busy weekend

Wrapping up the 39th Billy Barker Days weekend, organizers are already looking to next year.