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Six month anniversary of Babine Forest Products fire and explosion.
Eight kids are enrolled in the Village of Burns Lake's Xplore Sports camp.
Council to determine if interpretive centre rent request is sufficient.
Martin Volz of Prince George entered a guilty plea in a Burns Lake Court room for weapons charges under the Criminal Code of Canada.
Public’s letters not discussed by council as of yet.
Past Comfor Management Services Ltd. director Murray LaBrash says he is concerned about recent events at the community owned corporation.
Volunteers helped with the landscaping at Tweedsmuir house recently.
Burns Lake's Nine of Diamonds women's league fastball wrapped up recently with the annual tournament held in Telkwa.
The Village of Burns Lake’s canoe rentals are proving popular this summer.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of July 25, 2012.
It seems the community will have to sit tight and wait for an explanation as nothing has been forthcoming from president Quentin Beach.
Last weekend was an extra special one for local couple Helen and Lawrence Hallgren.
A number of local kids made the most of a recent warm, summer afternoon by playing at Radley Beach playground.
It started off as a one night only performance, but three years on, local band Lone Spur is still entertaining local audiences.
Cade Hick from Smithers was recently down camping in Burns Lake at Beaver Point Resort.
Minutes of a special meeting of council revealed proposed changes to the Village of Burns Lake council procedures bylaw, following a review.
Four year old Steven Wright, grandson of Corrina & Leon Leween caught this beauty.
A ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand re-opening of the visitor information centre was held last Friday.
Twenty cyclists from the University of Texas arrived in Burns Lake on day 47 of a 70 day trek that will take them to Anchorage, Alaska.
A welcoming committee organized by the Lakes District Clean Waters Coalition came together for the Kootenay to Kitimat Caravan.