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Grassy Plains Community Hall accepts a $2500 cheque for hall renovations from Lakes District Maintenance recently.
These three local boys stand proudly showing off their catch of the day.
A swearing in ceremony was held last Friday for the newly elected chief and council of Lake Babine Nation.
A full occupancy permit will allow the band to host gatherings and expand economic opportunities in the community.
Dr. Magee was honoured with a rural long service award by the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada.
Carnoustie Golf and Country Club manager Joe Merten recently congratulated Edmond Benoit for winning the Father's Day prize.
JobsFest, an initiative of the province targeted at youth, arrived in Burns Lake and promoted career opportunities available across B.C.
The annual Lakes District Seniors Society, seniors picnic was held last week at Spirit Square in Burns Lake.
Hundreds of community members gathered to show how much support there is for the rebuilding of Babine Forest Products.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of June 27, 2012.
It is a shame that more local women did not turn up to the Women Building Communities event last week.
The 'Women Building Communities' panel event was about women sharing their life experiences and the future outlook for the community.
Recently returned from the Canadian Moose Migration hockey tour of Iceland some Burns Lake women are already planning their next hockey tour
Burns Lake Search and Rescue's Bob Peebles and Steve Heslop held a 'human tracking' training session recently.
Village of Burns Lake council has agreed to writing a letter to Minister Steve Thomson to show their support for a potential aspen plant.
A committee of MLAs in the midst of a whirlwind tour to consult on timber supply issues arrived in Burns Lake last week.
Comfor Management Services Ltd. released two long term employees of the company to make way for restructuring.
Burns Lake celebrated National Aboriginal Day with a parade through town and entertainment at Spirit Square.
Conservation officers now have the ability to issue new fines for attracting dangerous wildlife to those who don't secure bear attractants.
Over the past several months the search for the water leak lead to the excavation of Hwy. 16 and the Lakeland Hotel parking lot.