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The money will be used to fund a portion of this years Lakes District Fall Fair.
A new sign has popped up along Hwy. 16 heading West into town.
Revenue and spending are highlighted in the financial statement for 2013
Burns Lake skateboarders took advantage of the cooler temperatures last Thursday night at the local skate park.
The Cheslatta Carrier Nation held its annual camp out July 21-25 this year.
Fundraising events to help with the legal costs in the battle against Enbridge.
School District 91's new bus depot is ready to begin to receive buses.
The Lakes District Museum houses an abundance of artifacts from prior to 1940.
Two Lakes District Secondary School students reflect on their 10 day trip educational trip.
Issuing the licence for the Chinook Community Forest has been a slow process.
Southside Tena Weibe captured this photo of a very unusual hornet’s hive on her house.
What was brought up during that presentation was rather alarming.
Youth ambassadors from B.C. Used Oil Ambassadors stop in Burns Lake two weeks ago to promote recycling in Northern B.C.
World Cup soccer camps brings their elite level of coaching to Burns Lake for the week.
Burns Lake resident Alex, tests out his skills at the rock climbing wall at the Lakeside Multiplex.
Shelia Peebles and her dad, Charlie came up with an ingenious way to get a picture of a deer resting in an old barn on their property.
The Burns Lake Mountain Bike Association held one of its community workbee days this past weekend on Saturday.
A & W was pleased to honour Citizens on Patrol Society with a complementary meal at their regular meeting on July 17.
Heavily funded hiking trail off of Highway 35 has been completed according to the Lakes Economic Development Association.
Three Burns Lake athletes at the B.C. Summer Games bring home a medal.