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Don’t let the recent cooling off period fool you, the forest fire situation in the Northwest and throughout the province is still volatile.
Squash lessons were held for new players last Wednesday at the Lakeside Multiplex, and will be held again this Wednesday.
The rail crossing that was the site of an accident between a logging truck and a CN Rail train has been reopened by CN Rail.
Woods n' Water Sports and Recreation equipment store is running a photo contest for residence of the Lakes District.
The Francois Lake Fishing Derby was held Aug. 15-17, and was a great success.
Crews have received favourable weather as they continue to battle the blaze 24 hours a day, the fire remains volatile and uncontrolled.
Pat Carlton Kupiak (L), John Johnson and Sally Wiebe donated this quilt to the Lakes District Museum.
United Steelworks union urges village to support their resolution in regard to the Westray law.
Certain crimes trending downward as village council receives RCMP update.
Lakes Outdoor Recreation Society receives a donation of $5000 from the Burns Lake Rotary Club.
Drought like conditions in the Northwest have left our region very susceptible to forest fires and the dangers that they present.
The rail crossing that was the site of the train derailment last month has been closed by CN Rail.
Inquest to be held in Prince George in March deemed to not be enough for suffering Burns Lake families.
Burns Lake Mountain Bike Association cancelled their annual Big Pig Mountain Bike Festival.
Dick Nourse tennis courts in Burns Lake resurfaced.
Council receives income statement for second financial quarter .
Burns Lake resident Kathy Waters captured this picture of a large wasps nest.
Chelaslie River fire has grown to more than 113,000 hectares in size
Firefighters continue to have some success containing the fire, but conditions remain volatile
Crews contain fire 20 per cent, but remain on high alert as fuels remain dry