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Fifteen graduates of the College of New Caledonia’s Industry Bridging Program will celebrate the completion of their 12-week program.
The B.C. Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of a man who died in a motor vehicle related incident south of Fraser Lake.
The 2016 Southside Winter Carnival / The Met: Live in HD presents “The Magic Flute"…. just to name a few.
The BC Coroners Service is investigating following the death of a snowmobiler near Prince George yesterday morning.
Some of the financial pressure faced by prospective business students in B.C. can be reduced, thanks to David Black, owner of Black Press.
The senior dance and drama students at Lakes District Secondary School present ‘Alice in Wonderland’.
Housing starts in B.C.’s urban municipalities of more than 10,000 people ended 2015 with a jump of 26 per cent in December.
Bill Konkin Citizen of the Year nominations, 2016.
If so check out the Great Canadian Sales Competition.
Many Burns Lake residents are this month making one of their most important New Year's resolutions ever.
What a mess left by some people who were ice fishing on Coop Lake.
Northwest residents and businesses will be paying more for natural gas as of Jan. 1, 2016.
Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Larson prepared and directed William Konkin Elementary’s production of The Grinch.
Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Cullen meets members of the Canadian youth delegation in Paris during the United Nations climate conference.
The beginners are the Nutcrackers & the advanced class are the Sugarplum Fairies.
The Lakeside Multiplex has been running free figure skating programs for kids.
Lakes District Secondary School hockey class played against Fraser Lake School recently.
Drivers need to slow down and drive to road conditions.
Lakes District Secondary School students successfully built 40 insulated dog and cat houses during their shop classes.
Burns Lake's annual Firemens Bon spiel results 2015.