Steven Maisey

Now that’s One giant potato

Nettie Neville grew this enormous potato in her garden this year.

Dry weather leads to drought conditions, possible water shortage

Water levels in Skeena and Bulkley watersheds near drought like conditions as dry weather affects more than just forest fires.

Burns Laker attends cadet advanced training in Vernon

A major part of the six week training camp is an 18 day expedition that the cadets go on.

Kids take to rawkin’ out Lakes District style

Rawk Camp 2014 took place last week in Grassy Plains and Burns Lake.

Oil appears close to the Endako Creek on the Maxan Road

An oil spill has been found in a creek under the Maxan Road bridge near the Decker Lake Forest Products sawmill.

Tuesday morning house fire

Firefighters for the Burns Lake Fire Department responded to a call early Tuesday morning of a residential house that had caught fire.

Eighty years young and still going strong

This awesome duo, Doug and Gord Rowland, twin brothers, celebrated their 80 birthday with a ride on a tube.

Saying goodbye to Burns Lake

Four months in the grand scheme of things is a very short time.

Big Pig rescheduled

The Burns Lake Mountain Bike Association has settled on a date for the rescheduling of the Big Pig Mountain Bike Festival.

Busy tourist season

There have been some long lines at the sani dump this summer in Burns Lake.

Evacuation order expanded

Evacuation order for the Chelaslie River fire has been expanded by the regional district.

Celebrating 25 years

The Burns Lake Veterinary Clinic is celebrating 25 years in business this year.

Burns Lake youth get the chance to experience different jobs

‘The Future You’ kids camp was run by the Village of Burns Lake Aug. 18-22.

Salmon season a success for Lake Babine

Target goals being met for salmon travelling through Lake Babine Nation fences.

Access to the recreation site at Richmond Lake restricted

Change in ownership of private property along the site of the access road has caused access to the site to be restricted.

More firefighting personnel arrive as fire activity increases

An additional 90 firefighting arrive in Prince George as fires continue to burn throughout B.C. Burns Lake mayor visits crew.

Burns Lake mayor Crusin’ to end ms

The MS rate in Canada is the highest in the world.

Environmental assessment on hold for Morrison Mine

Pacific Booker Minerals will have to wait on their environmental assessment for the Morrison Mine project.

Up coming entertaining event

Burns Lake will hold its second annual fire truck pull at this year's 71 annual Lakes District Fall Fair in support of United Way.

Young Burns Laker attends conservation camp

Cole Bernard attends conservation camp in the Kispiox Valley after being named the recipient of the ‘I Fight for Life’ fund.