David Gordon Koch

Free child care would foster gender equality

Many women, notably those who bravely exit abusive relationships, become saddled with…

New fire truck for Burns Lake

Vehicle can haul more gear

UPDATED: New programs to boost young entrepreneurs

Funding comes from mining company Rio Tinto

Indian Horse makes its Burns Lake debut

Local actor Braeden Crouse is featured in a new film based on the Richard Wagamese novel

Cheslatta Carrier Nation opens training centre

Facility to serve as education hub

B.C. sets tougher highway maintenance standards

26 of 28 contacts up for renewal by Oct. 2019

Burns Lake bylaw clears way for medical pot facility

Medical cannabis facility allowed in heavy industrial zones

Burn It Smart workshop in Burns Lake

Zigi Gadomski demonstrates a high-efficiency wood stove outside the Burns Lake fire…

Burns Lake library feels squeezed

B.C. should launch task force into rural library funding: Schienbein

Editorial: TransCanada must cooperate with regional district

If TransCanada goes forward with its controversial plan to run a liquefied…

Fall Fair gets boost

Lakes District Maintenance (LDM) donated $1,000 to the Lakes District Fall Fair.…

Letter — No to logging on Boer Mountain

Editor: I was recently asked to speak to the Burns Lake Mountain…

Musical Mounties in Burns Lake this summer

Tradition rooted in British cavalry drills

Nothing but net for LDSS

The senior boys’ basketball team at Lakes District Secondary School hosted the…

Tchesinkut Lake camp under review

Construction of the camp, which would house hundreds of pipeline workers, needs approval from regional district.

Skiing into spring

The vernal equinox marked the beginning of spring on March 20 but…

Dickson, Bender win at national championships

Biathletes hail from Burns Lake

St. Patrick’s Day fun

St. Patrick’s Day saw children from throughout the community coming together for…

Snowmobile crash near Vanderhoof

A 35-year-old man is dead following a crash on Sunday

Aboriginal History Week: Lahal game connects community with tradition

The College of New Caledonia (CNC) in Burns Lake was ringing with…