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A loaded logging truck went over an embankment on Colleymount Road after colliding with a grader.
Lakes District Community Choir and guests invite you to enjoy its Christmas favourites on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 2:30 p.m. at Immaculata Church.
A post-mortem examination on a 400 pound leatherback sea turtle.
Alice Martin received this Orchid from her husband Gene for Valentine’s Day.
If you are looking for a way to play in the snow, keep fit, and get outside this winter, the Omineca Ski Club is a most excellent choice.
If you shop at any of the participating Mistletoe Mania stores you could win a 32” TV.
The Dancers of Damelahamid, a professional First Nations dance company based in North Vancouver, bring its northwest coast inspired dance.
The boys’ soccer team placed first in Fort St. James as they out scored their opponents 16-3.
Healthy aging is the theme of a photo contest being run across northern B.C.
If you haven’t got your tickets yet, now is the time. Season tickets are available this week and next week.
The LNG-Buy BC Business Kit helps B.C. companies prepare to enter and compete in LNG supply chains.
The Burns Lake and District Chamber of Commerce announces the opening of nominations for the annual Business Excellence Awards.
This day was chosen so that the world will remember that during the nine months of pregnancy it is best for women to abstain from alcohol.
Take the ferry across Francois Lake and head south to Ootsa Lake.
Organizers have released their final economic impact report from the 2015 Canada Winter Games, and it's even better than expected.
B.C.'s economy will grow at a "modest" 2.7 per cent this year.
Located approximately 49 kms south of town, Verdun Forest Service Lookout has amazing views in every direction.
Almost 6000 British Columbians have shared their climate change views with government by taking the Climate Leadership Plan survey.
June 23, 2015 saw the AGM and the election of the 2015/16 board of directors of the Burns Lake & District Rebroadcasting Society.
Located 80 kms west of town, China Knows (or China Nose) is a moderate three km hike.