Priyanka Ketkar

Mike Silk’s rover Chasing M2 recovering a bottle at Agate Point. (Mile Silk video still/Lakes District News)

Burns Lake local on an underwater mission

Hoping to explore lakes while leaving them cleaner

Mike Silk’s rover Chasing M2 recovering a bottle at Agate Point. (Mile Silk video still/Lakes District News)
The library staff assembled over 70 seed packets. (Submitted/Lakes District News)

Burns Lake Public Library to distribute seed packets

Southside residents to get seed packets through WOW bus

The library staff assembled over 70 seed packets. (Submitted/Lakes District News)
The total number of COVID-19 cases the pipeline has seen since March 2020 to 86. (Health & Safety Video CGL/Houston Today)

CGL’s Huckleberry lodge sees one COVID case

AstraZeneca vaccination remains paused at work sites

The total number of COVID-19 cases the pipeline has seen since March 2020 to 86. (Health & Safety Video CGL/Houston Today)
Speaker series Dr. Dustin Louie. (SD 91 poster/Lakes District News)

Former LDSS graduate speaks at Honouring Diversity series

SD 91’s speaker series featured Dr. Dustin Louie

Speaker series Dr. Dustin Louie. (SD 91 poster/Lakes District News)
Village of Burns Lake. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)

Property tax penalty deadlines extended for Burns Lake

Village council seeks to ease economic burden caused by COVID

Village of Burns Lake. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)
RDBN. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)

RDBN to invest upto $96,501 in Cleanfarms pilot

To participate in the three-year long agricultural plastics pilot program

RDBN. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)
“The process is moving forward and I am really happy about that,” said Cheslatta Carrier Nation chief Corinna Leween. (BC Natural Resources Forum photo/Lakes District News)
“The process is moving forward and I am really happy about that,” said Cheslatta Carrier Nation chief Corinna Leween. (BC Natural Resources Forum photo/Lakes District News)
Editorial. (File photo)

Stay in your bubbles, protect your fellow humans

While the vaccination clinics in our small towns have been underway, elsewhere…

Editorial. (File photo)
Candice Little accepting the cheque from Pabbi Singh; [Back row L-R] Manager Harsh Joshi and chef Shahjuddin Khan. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)

Tandoori Grill raises $300 for the Burns Lake food bank

Plans to distribute a hot meal in April at the food bank

Candice Little accepting the cheque from Pabbi Singh; [Back row L-R] Manager Harsh Joshi and chef Shahjuddin Khan. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)
Red Apple Mural. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)

Village accepting proposals for murals

Two new murals to come to town

Red Apple Mural. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)
Nathan Nicholas. (Submitted/Lakes District News)

Burns Lake’s Ursa Minor Brewery aiming to become a tourist destination

Ursa Minor Brewing, started by the Nicholas family at their Ootsa Lake…

Nathan Nicholas. (Submitted/Lakes District News)
Burns Lake band. (File photo)
Burns Lake band. (File photo)
Burns Lake band all candidates online forum. (Screenshot/Lakes District News)

Burns Lake band chief election on Apr. 14

Band hosts an all-candidates forum

Burns Lake band all candidates online forum. (Screenshot/Lakes District News)
Northern Health staffers and volunteers at the first community COVID-19 vaccination clinic. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)

Burns Lake’s COVID-19 vaccination for all ages begins

Organized and friendly staff welcome residents to take their first dose

Northern Health staffers and volunteers at the first community COVID-19 vaccination clinic. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)
Nee Tahi Buhn band

Nee Tahi Buhn Band chief and council removed

Interim council working towards a by-election

Nee Tahi Buhn band
COVID 19 cases in the province between Mar. 28 to Apr. 3. (BC CDC photo/Lakes District News)

No new COVID-19 cases in Burns Lake

Weekly COVID-19 cases decline in Northwest B.C.

COVID 19 cases in the province between Mar. 28 to Apr. 3. (BC CDC photo/Lakes District News)
Burning will only occur if weather conditions are suitable and allow smoke to dissipate. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)

Pile burning of 50 wood debris in Burns Lake community forest

Smoke might be visible for Burns Lake and neighboring areas

Burning will only occur if weather conditions are suitable and allow smoke to dissipate. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)
Basin Snow Water Index map for Apr. 1, 2021. (BC River Forecast Centre photo/Lakes District News)

Snowpack above normal for Burns Lake region

Snowpack assessments for early April reveals above normal levels for northwestern British…

Basin Snow Water Index map for Apr. 1, 2021. (BC River Forecast Centre photo/Lakes District News)
The brew master himself, Nathan Nicholas. The family is currently raising money to donate to The Pines. (Submitted/Lakes District News)

Ursa Minor Brewery in Burns Lake hoping to become a tourist destination

A local family-owned business bringing people from all over

The brew master himself, Nathan Nicholas. The family is currently raising money to donate to The Pines. (Submitted/Lakes District News)
Tourism update Meghan Olson. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)

Village of Burns Lake gets a new tourism coordinator

Meghan Olson, a Burns Lake local, replaces the former coordinator

Tourism update Meghan Olson. (Priyanka Ketkar photo/Lakes District News)