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Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of January 14, 2015.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of November 12, 2014.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of November 5, 2014.
Mulvaney’s Pub long term employee Laura Mihalyi celebrated her 25 year of employment last week.
Black Press purchased six newspapers in the US through its Washington state-based subsidiaries Sound Publishing and Oahu Publications.
Lakes District Maintenance is the Lakes District Arts Council's longest standing support and stepped up to the plate once again.
A survey of the Bulkley Valley Lakes District confirmed that the moose population had declined from 2004 by 20 per cent.
Omineca Lakes Mental Health and Addictions Advisory Committeepresented a cheque to Burns Lake recreation director Dooseon Jung.
Here are the questions and answers from Mayor Luke Strimbold and Bill Miller.
William Konkin Elementary school open their doors last week to the Strong Start program.
An open house fun night at the Burns Lake Fire Department.
The 2014 University of Northern British Columbia Scholar recipient, Sophie Shaffer.
Employees of the Babine Forest Products sawmill recently received a welcome back present.
Lakes District Fall Fair Association plan further improvements.
Burns Lake artist Ronny Berndorff curates an art exhibit.
Draft plans created to meet National Energy Board conditions.
A small explosion and fire occurred at Pinnacle Pellet this morning in Burns Lake.
Chereen Patrick hosted a Sisters in Spirit rally in Burns Lake to raise awareness about the plight of missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
Canadian folk icon Valdy and world-renowned classical bassoonist Nadina Mackie Jackson.
Dozens of locals joined politicians and funding partners last Saturday to officially open Burns Lake’s newest recreation facility.