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The Tom Forsyth Memorial Arena was buzzing with activity during a local ball hockey league game.
Twenty six Grade 6 Decker Lake Elementary School students graduated from the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program.
Lake Babine Nation is encouraging local youth to be more productive and keep off the streets and out of trouble by opening a youth centre.
Surprise awards were handed out by Mayor Luke Strimbold during a BBQ lunch for Village of Burns Lake staff last week.
Most future capital investment in Burns Lake and the Lakes District is hinged on a BC Hydro transmission infrastructure expansion.
Burns Lake RCMP recently hosted a bike rodeo at Spirit Square recently.
Canada LNG's development in Kitimat has prompted BC Hydro to look at investing $1.1 billion in upgrades to Northern B.C. infrastructure .
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of June 6, 2012.
Hampton Affiliates are asking for public support to ensure lakes timber supply is restricted for harvesting by Lakes District area mills.
Barbara Rayment was at Honeysuckle Garden Centre recently offering expert advice on how to plant a garden that will thrive in the North.
The 'Returning of the Spirits' ceremony followed a March 2012 discovery of human bones washed ashore from Cheslatta Lake.
The Ministry of Environment is still keeping tabs on Burns Lake Pinnacle Pellet emissions following a troubled commissioning phase.
Lakes Tae Kwon-Do instructor Jeannette Frose and 17 of her students competed in the 2012 Provincial Championships in Smithers last month.
Cheslatta Carrier Nation member Rose Jack proudly walked with posters of her ancestors.
Pacific Trails Pipelines looking at possible pipeline route amendments to appease Lakes District area residents.
Burns Lake's Tweedsmuir Cavaliers Saddle Club members organized a work bee in a bid to tidy up the club’s Eagle Creek grounds last week.
Three local residents celebrated their birthdays together last week at the Royal Canadian Legion branch number 50.
As the one year anniversary of the disappearance of Madison Scott looms, extensive search efforts have failed to locate her.
Lakes District Secondary School and community members stood untied against bullying through the 'Born to be Brave' event.
The 2012 Minerals North Conference was a golden opportunity for Burns Lake and the Lakes District to shine.