Lakes District News Staff Writer

Festival of the Performing Arts.

Gala honours tomorrow night

The gala honours concert is Thursday at 7 p.m. - every welcome.

Festival of the Performing Arts.
Leah Reimer.

Tragedy strikes Burns Lake family

The 47-year-old Palling mother of three is unknown to most people, yet her experiences read like a modern-day story of Job.

Leah Reimer.
money for rec department.

Money for rec department

The money will be used for climbing wall equipment.

money for rec department.
Former Burns Lake resident David Palmer.

Bike ride

Former Burns Lake resident was back for a visit recently and had a chance to go for a bike ride on Tchesinkut Lake.

Former Burns Lake resident David Palmer.
Butterfly.

Butterfly

Burns Lake resident captured this photo of this butterfly already April 6 at Saint Luke’s Church.

Butterfly.
Marie Hunter and Bernice Magee display an artist’s rendition of the planned healing garden at the new Lakes District Hospital & Health Centre.

Healing garden in the works

The new Lakes District Hospital & Health Centre will have a unique feature when it opens in 2015.

Marie Hunter and Bernice Magee display an artist’s rendition of the planned healing garden at the new Lakes District Hospital & Health Centre.

Come out and learn about French

Canadian Parents for French hope to meet with School District 91 to discuss how they can work together to improve the program.

Seniors (55+) crib tournament.

seniors crib

Decker Lake Recreation Commission held a Seniors (55+) crib tournament sponsored by Zone 11 - 18 teams entered.

Seniors (55+) crib tournament.

More to an OR then equipment

The first step is not providing equipment for the operating room, it’s keeping a strong, reliable, and sustainable primary care base.

Lakes District Maintenance gives.

Lakes District Maintenance gives

Lakes District Maintenance and NAPA very generously donated two tool large kits and $400 in gift certificates.

Lakes District Maintenance gives.
Credit union gives money again.

Credit union gives money again

Grassy Plains School were the recipients of a Bulkley valley Credit Union donation recently.

Credit union gives money again.

Babine mill will appeal fine

Babine Forest Products Ltd. will appeal last week’s Worksafe BC order that it pay $1.01 million.

No fine too large says Lake Babine chief

The $1,011,639.62 penalty and cost claim levy ordered April 3 by B.C.’s workplace watchdog is the largest in provincial history.

Local residents learned the basics of rock climbing last weekend during a class held at Burns Lake’s new multi-use facility.

Climbing fun

Local residents learned the basics of rock climbing last weekend during a class held at Burns Lake’s new multi-use facility.

Local residents learned the basics of rock climbing last weekend during a class held at Burns Lake’s new multi-use facility.

Burns Lake not Earth Hour leader

Burns Lake, which in the past has been an Earth Hour leader, stayed par for the course.

Ice damage.

Ice damage

A local resident sent in this photo of the docks on the Southside.

Ice damage.

Huge fine for Babine Forest Products

The monies, if collected, will go into Worksafe BC’s accident fund.

Swan Lake.

Swan Lake

Burns Lake resident captured this photo last week at the ferry landing on Francois Lake.

Swan Lake.

Expenses for members of legislative

British Columbians paid nearly $100,000 in travel expenses to two northern Members of the Legislative Assembly.

Southside Seniors Housing Association Society.

Senior housing money

Director Stephen Freeman presented the Southside Seniors Housing Association Society with $5,000 Grant in Aid Monies.

Southside Seniors Housing Association Society.