Flavio Nienow

The first bus for the new Smithers-Moricetown route pulls up Jan. 30. (Chris Gareau photo)

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C.

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

The first bus for the new Smithers-Moricetown route pulls up Jan. 30. (Chris Gareau photo)
The first bus for the new Smithers-Moricetown route pulls up Jan. 30. (Chris Gareau photo)

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Can’t compete with new $5 Highway 16 transit: Greyhound.

The first bus for the new Smithers-Moricetown route pulls up Jan. 30. (Chris Gareau photo)
Tour de Rock vlog episode 1: The Observatory Hill

Tour de Rock vlog episode 1: The Observatory Hill

Black Press media rider Arnold Lim, tests his hill biking four years after his last foray with the Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock.

Tour de Rock vlog episode 1: The Observatory Hill
The Francois Lake ferry was closed in the morning of May 18 while police were at the scene of a possible homicide on the Southside.

Charges laid in Burns Lake homicide

Albert Giesbrecht has been charged with first-degree murder

The Francois Lake ferry was closed in the morning of May 18 while police were at the scene of a possible homicide on the Southside.

RCMP: mental health calls rising 

Burns Lake RCMP struggle with lack of doctors at the hospital 

Installation of the new Fifth Avenue water tower will begin this summer. The project is expected to be completed by the fall of 2017

Water tower project leaves surplus

With the surplus, the village will speed up its water treatment project

Installation of the new Fifth Avenue water tower will begin this summer. The project is expected to be completed by the fall of 2017

Council approves controversial motion

“This will prove to be extremely financially harmful,” says Mayor

Burns Lake students choose Liberals

A total of 145 students voted in Lakes District Secondary School's mock election last week

According to Northern Health

Northern Health requests crosswalk

NH: Lack of crosswalk in front of Burns Lake hospital presents risks

According to Northern Health

Questionable motion

Last week Burns Lake council passed a questionable motion

The Burns Lake Community Forest has recently donated $13

Burns Lake garden keeps improving

A wheelchair-accessible outhouse is among the improvements 

The Burns Lake Community Forest has recently donated $13
The Burns Lake Thrift Shop renovation cost roughly $390

Thrift Shop renovation over budget

Healthcare Auxiliary did not disclose how much was paid with their own funds

The Burns Lake Thrift Shop renovation cost roughly $390

Burns Lake helps Moricetown mill 

Mill considers the possibility of closure after Trump’s tariffs 

Wolf shot from vehicle on Southside  

Prince George man fined and prohibited from hunting wolves 

Val Anderson

Diversification project moves ahead 

Burns Lake councillors have expressed concerns about this project 

Val Anderson

Trump, housing bubble present opportunities up north 

“We are experiencing a lot of American interest in our area,” says local realtor 

Buhler’s sentencing hearing date set 

The hearing will determine his eligibility for parole

School District 91 expects to meet staffing needs 

The school district anticipated recruiting challenges earlier this year 

The Burns Lake Community Forest recently held an engagement session with local contractors facilitated by Yintah Consulting. 

Comfor engages local contractors 

Contractors provided feedback on the contract and bidding award policy 

The Burns Lake Community Forest recently held an engagement session with local contractors facilitated by Yintah Consulting. 

Average start to the wildfire season 

The Northwest Fire Centre has seen an average start to the season