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Hampton Affiliates are prepared to invest in Burns Lake beyond what is covered by insurance.
Peace and Dignity Journey runners carry messages of peace and unity while travelling across North and South America.
This Sasquatch is similar to one that Terrace carver Ben Gerow is working on for Burns Lake.
Sixteen month old Lyla Schmidt was the winner of the 2011 Beautiful Baby contest.
Francois Lake Elementary School participated in the annual ‘Hop for Muscular Dystrophy’ educational fundraiser.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of June 20, 2012.
Makita Canada Inc. tool specialists stopped in at Starland Supply Tim-br Mart to update employees and customers on their new tool line.
UNBC host resource and community development meeting and present ideas for the future of Burns Lake.
Burns Lake Mayor Luke Strimbold attends the inaugural B.C. Mayor’s Caucus held in Penticton.
Edna Phair celebrated her 85 birthday at Heritage Manor last weekend with family and friends.
Two Village of Burns Lake councillors take a stand against the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.
Local girls proudly display the trophy won in a friendly game of pool against members of the Burns Lake RCMP.
Lakes District Secondary School Grade 9 and 10 drama students explored the struggles of ‘Alice'.
Burns Lake Minor Hockey Association’s Bantams were honoured with a special certificate from council last week.
Cheslatta Carrier Nation have formed a partnership with Surespan Construction Ltd. and are looking for more investors for the facility.
Council is not willing to alter their plans for phase one of the downtown revitalization after a request from local business owner came in.
Village of Burns Lake council makes the final decisions on downtown design changes for phase one of the plans.
The lengthy list of candidates for the upcoming election for chief of Lake Babine Nation has now been reduced to five
15 dog houses were presented to the Lakes District Animal Friendship Society by the College of New Caledonia recently.
More than $81,000 was willed to the Stuart Nechako Regional Hospital district to benefit the Lakes District Hospital replacement project.