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Burns Lake resident Katherine Punis caught this monster char on Francois lake.
Crews have success, but remain on high alert as the fire continues to burn.
A&W hosted the lunch stop for 60 riders with free root beer.
Food bank continues to distribute food and helping those in need as it looks for more volunteers.
Lakes District News will be showcasing stories of women having babies, or who've had babies and what obstacles they've encountered.
Crown wraps up its case in Legebokoff trial break in the trial expected to last three weeks; to return Aug. 25
The Crown has wrapped up its case against accused serial killer Cody Legebokoff.
A number of local Burns Lake musicians are set to perform at this years fall fair.
The new maternity ward at the hospital should be seen is a great development.
Lake Babine Nation has begun to harvest the salmon from Babine Lake at their fences near Burns Lake and Granisle.
Chelaslie River fire, near Tweedsmuir Park, as of 10 a.m. on Aug. 6 the fire had burned approximately 88,600 hectares in total area.
New fires pop up and current fires increase in size as forest fire activity grows worse.
The Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako has issued an evacuation alert.
Cheslatta Carrier Nation processing their annual salmon harvest last week
A single public inquest into the deaths of four workers who died in two sawmill explosions in 2012 will take place in March of next year.
World Cup Soccer Camps came to Burns Lake last week.
The China Nose Mountain fire has rapidly expanded in the area.
The Bev Hughes Highland Dancers recently returned from a trip to Scotland.
Forest fires around the province continue to burn as more aid is required to help fight the blazes.
A number of the churches in Burns Lake held their Sunday services outside this past weekend.
The seventh annual Big Pig mountain bike festival will be held this weekend at Boer Mountain by the Burns Lake Mountain Bike Association.