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Burns Lake Band is currently in the midst of upgrading the gas station at the Rainbow Motel and looking into other possibilities.
Lakes District News photos from around town for the week of May 30, 2012.
Jack Brown Burns Lake Tragedy Fund Society treasurer accepts a cheque on behalf of the society.
WorkSafe B.C. have released 395 page report focussing on best practices for workplace wood dust this month.
After three years of trial postponements Burns Lake RCMP requested a stay of proceedings in the Redwood trial.
Bright sunshine and warm weather set the mood for attendance for this May long weekend occasion.
WorkSafe BC issued several clean up orders and an order of non compliance to Hampton Affiliates' Decker Lake Forest Products recently.
Mayor Luke Strimbold said that Burns Lake's Minerals North 2012 was an outstanding success.
Local resident Helene Brunette snapped this photo of a Eurasian Collared Dove South of Burns Lake.
Rio Tinto Alcan provides $109,000 in annual funding to benefit Nechako water shed area students
Village of Burns Lake council were updated on the latest plans for phase one of the downtown revitalization project
Babine Forest Products hold up with log delivery to Sheraton Holdings Ltd.
An increased focus on Burns Lake's economic development leads to another economic development officer position proposed
Burns Lake's Comfor Management Services Ltd. board discuss best business practices in the hiring of an auditor
BC Hydro say there is several options for transmitting smart meter data from Burns Lake and the Lakes District
A lengthy investigation ends with arrest of 17 year old Burns Lake male for second degree murder
Ed Peekeekoot a Cree singer-songwriter, and story-teller will be today’s performer at the Minerals North Conference.
Ignition sources at Burns Lake and Prince George sawmills appear to have been located at the conveyor level
Minerals North 2012 conference will kick off today and bring in more than 400 visitors to Burns Lake.
Lakes District News photos from around town for the week of May 23, 2012