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Bankruptcy trustee John S. Beverly & Associates is after more than $537,000, plus court ordered interest from Jarrett Anderson.
The rental of the interpretive centre building in Burns Lake is once again up for discussion at the council table.
The Beacon Theatre was temporarily closed for a couple of days recently due to a coolant pump failure in the Christie 2210 projector.
Six School District 91 students, including two Lakes District Secondary School students will be joining 50 other B.C. students in Beijing.
A $10,000 cheque was presented to the Decker Lake Recreation Commission from the Nechako Kitimaat Development Fund Society for upgrades
A $3,000 cheque was presented to the Royal Canadian Legion by Nechako Kitimaat Development Fund Society for upgrades to the building.
Warren Andrew Sill is described as; 5'10", 180 pounds of medium build with short dirty blond hair and clean straight teeth.
Lakes District Maintenance donate staff time and equipment to Granisle community park and trail project.
The North West Fire Centre is urging locals to be extra cautious with burning activities as the North heats up.
Burns Lake youth Preston Squinas won the secondary level prize in the FORED B.C. contest recently.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of July 18, 2012.
The Village of Burns Lake recreation department was impressed with the CanoeKayak B.C. CanoeKids camp.
Remax Wrightway in Burns Lake said that listings in the local area are definitely on the increase.
Local resident Lee challenged his friend, Becky to a friendly game at the Burns Lake Tennis Courts last week.
Re-elected; Chief Wilf Adam is positive about the future of Lake Babine Nation.
Approximately 45 vehicles of all makes, models and colours rolled into Spirit Square last Sunday for the annual Show and Shine event.
A new seven site camping area has opened at Kager Lake as an extension to the Burns Lake Mountain Bike trails on Boer Mountain.
Ninety-three Babine Forest Products employees have now found alternative employment, while 143, remain unemployed.
Work on the Hwy. 16 sinkhole near Topley wrapped up last week and repair cost estimates have topped $1 million.
Burns Lake Rotary Club’s Larry Russel and Angelika Posselt presented Mayor Luke Strimbold with a Paul Harris Fellow award recently.