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Brock Worthing

Alternative arts fest

The 14 annual alternative arts fest held at Lakes District Secondary School.

Brock Worthing

Help wildlife researchers

The research group is looking for participants in a new survey.

Fall Fair donation.

Fall Fair donation

The Burns Lake and District Community Foundation Society recently donated to the Lakes District Fall Fair.

Fall Fair donation.
Money for youth soccer.

Money for youth soccer

The Burns Lake and District Community Foundation Society recently donated to Burns Lake Youth Soccer.

Money for youth soccer.

LDSS principal hired as new director of instruction

Lakes District Secondary School will have a new principal because the Nechako Lakes School District will have a new director of instruction.

The Burns Lake Army Cadets - 3080 RCACC.

Cadets Awarded

The Burns Lake Army Cadets - 3080 RCACC were the recipients of the Buckley Award this year.

The Burns Lake Army Cadets - 3080 RCACC.

Burns Lake RCMP seek assistance

Burns Lake RCMP seek assistance with house fire investigation. No piece of information is too small.

Lakes Taekwon-Do students.

Burns Lake winners

Eight, Lakes Taekwon-Do students participated in the Western Canadian International Taekwon-Do Federation Championships in Kelown

Lakes Taekwon-Do students.
A major police investigation is taking place on 5th ave in Burns Lake at the moment.

Man arrested in connection with triple homicide in Burns Lake

April 27, 2015 at 8:25 a.m., Burns Lake RCMP attended a residence in Burns Lake after receiving a report of potential foul play.

A major police investigation is taking place on 5th ave in Burns Lake at the moment.

B.C. invests $6.2 million to grow global wood markets

Government of British Columbia investing to support the forest sector in expanding global markets for B.C. wood products

Dr. David Smith

Dr. Smith: Understanding self-harm

Why is my child doing this? What is going on with youth.

Dr. David Smith

B.C. government will cover two curative hepatitis C drugs

British Columbia is providing public drug plan coverage effective as of now announced Minister of Health Terry Lake.

Offenbach’s “Tales of Hoffmann” coming to The Beacon Theatre

The last broadcast of the current season of The Met: Live in HD opera productions.

Steve Cox shows off his new eSight glasses with his wife Paula. The cost of the glasses were $10

Steve’s story… the gift of sight

I have been a long time resident of Burns Lake. My name is Steven Cox.

Steve Cox shows off his new eSight glasses with his wife Paula. The cost of the glasses were $10

Lakeland inquest to resume in May

The Coroner's inquest into the fatal explosion at Lakeland Mills will re-commence at the Prince George courthouse.

Henry Reiser president of the College of New Caledonia (CNC) came to Burns Lake last Wednesday to meet with CNC staff and community members.

Henry Reiser came to Burns Lake

Reiser was in Burns Lake last week to answer questions about cuts to counselling services and to face-to-face instruction.

Henry Reiser president of the College of New Caledonia (CNC) came to Burns Lake last Wednesday to meet with CNC staff and community members.

Brucejack Gold Mine located near Stewart granted environmental assessment approval

The Brucejack project is an underground gold and silver mine, with an estimated capital cost of $450 million.

Southside winter games.

Southside winter games

The Southside Winter Games hosted by the Southside 4-H Club was a big success.

Southside winter games.

Lots of attractions coming to town

The final performance in the ninth season of the Lakes District Arts Council takes place on Sunday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m.

Lilith Pro is holding a leadership program in August at Quest University in Squamish

Lilith 400 accepting applications from motivated, educated young women

Citing a lack of women in powerful corporate positions, Lilith Professional is holding a 6-day conference in Squamish, B.C. this August.

Lilith Pro is holding a leadership program in August at Quest University in Squamish