Ken Alexander

Conservation Officer Services organized four-day, 24-hour roadside wildlife checks at Cache Creek on the Thanksgiving Day long weekend. More than 1,500 hunters and anglers were checked. Photo: Ken Alexander.

More than 1,500 hunters, anglers stopped on Highway 97 in local game check

Cache Creek roadside stop more about warnings and education than fines

Conservation Officer Services organized four-day, 24-hour roadside wildlife checks at Cache Creek on the Thanksgiving Day long weekend. More than 1,500 hunters and anglers were checked. Photo: Ken Alexander.
West Fraser’s yard in Quesnel.                                West Fraser Mills photo

West Fraser monitoring Northern B.C. forest health – including spruce beetle

“We are delivering 200,000 to 400,000 cubic metres of timber per year from open market sources”

West Fraser’s yard in Quesnel.                                West Fraser Mills photo
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Current spruce beetle outbreak in Omineca region not unusual

Spruce ecosystems diversified and significantly different than lodgepole pine ecosystems

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Quesnel sledge hockey player James Gemmell is heading to the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games. Melanie Law photo

Canada earns second Paralympic Games silver in 20 years

Held 1-0 lead in para hockey game from 12:06 of first to dying seconds of third and lost in overtime

Quesnel sledge hockey player James Gemmell is heading to the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games. Melanie Law photo
B.C. sledge hockey player James Gemmell is part of the team at the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games. Melanie Law photo

Team Canada’s para-hockey team shuts out Italy 10-0

Canadian hockey players rolling along at 2018 Paralympic Winter Games, Gangneung, South Korea

B.C. sledge hockey player James Gemmell is part of the team at the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games. Melanie Law photo
Quesnel Downtown Association president Mitch Vik. File photo

Ministry of Transportation holds open house on proposed highway bypass around Quesnel

Quesnel Downtown Association: bypass is ‘best possible design to accommodate downtown core’

Quesnel Downtown Association president Mitch Vik. File photo
Spruce beetle killing mid-term timber supply

Spruce beetle killing mid-term timber supply

Rapidly advancing insect threatening Cariboo supply area

Spruce beetle killing mid-term timber supply

Street people, homeless, mentally challenged and substance abusers need a hand up

Elliott Street Supportive Housing Development could be answer we seek

Ranchers concerned about rising costs of earthen dams

Ranchers concerned about rising costs of earthen dams

Regional district takes concern to UBCM, moving forward to Province

Ranchers concerned about rising costs of earthen dams

What a travesty

Teachers walking away from extracurricular activities hurts lifelong memories

Shame, shame, shame

Federal Conservative government's concealment of the F-35 program truth has been revealed

Lead by example

Members of Parliament should be leading by example when it comes to pension reform

A pox on both their houses

The battle between the B.C. Liberal Government and the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation has kicked up a notch

Good riddance to a bad bill

long-gun registry a waste of time and money which could have gone to health or education

Hard row to hoe

Folks are looking to revive the BC First Party but they are in for a hard task.

We need snow

Higher temperatures wreaking havoc throughout British Columbia and into the Prairies when it comes to recreational events

Tough laws working

Tough drinking driving laws working as they're 45 fewer alcohol-related deaths this year

Don’t step out of line

Tone in legislature has been set

Hole-in-one contest offers $1-million prize

Hole-in-one worth $1 million

Canada changed forever

There have been historical changes to the political landscape following the results…