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The investment on the new wet electrostatic precipitator pays dividend for wood pellet company in latest Ministry of Environment test.
It has been said that volunteerism is dead, that many would prefer to write a cheque rather than donate their time to something.
The Village of Burns Lake eliminates jobs to save money and become more efficient.
The outlook for the hay crops for Burns Lake farmers this year is not good, according to a number of reports from farmers in the area.
The 2014 Bill Gilgan Youth Citizen of the Year award recipient is named by the Rotary Club of Burns Lake.
This Northern B.C. group mixes the sounds of bluegrass, folk, funk, jazz and rock n roll.
Shelby Tom, of the Lake Babine Nation, won a gold medal playing on Team B.C. U19 Male Softball Team at the North American Indigenous Games.
A CN Rail train derailed Friday morning near Decker Lake Forest Products due to a collision with a loaded logging truck.
Community forest society partnership between Granisle and Lake Babine Nation looks for cost affordable solutions.
The Burns Lake fastpitch season is in full swing with four teams battling it out to see who will reign supreme.
An addition to the Francois Lake Community Hall will be constructed and a new sound system will be purchased.
Provincial government promises to implement all 43 new recommendations.
What the current and future timber supply means for Northwest B.C.’s sawmills.
Encorp Pacific president gives presentation to the regional district regarding Encorp’s Return-It program in the area.
What is being done to stop the spread of invasive plants in Burns Lake.
Bike riders from Texas passed through Burns Lake on July 17 as they made their way up to Alaska.
Communities within the regional district deem plan for oil spills to be unreasonable.
There were two athletes from Burns Lake that competed in the summer games this year for the Northwest region.
When is our community going to stop being asked to assume all the risk so big industry can reap the benefits?
An additional 200 out of province firefighters flown in to help fight B.C.’s forest fires.