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Burns Lake Rugby

Burns Lake Rugby

Burns Lake Touch Rugby is making a triumphant comeback this year after a hiatus. You can catch the action every Saturday at the LDSS track at 3 p.m. (Michael Riis-Christianson photos/Lakes District News)
Family fun day

Family fun day

The sunny weather brought families out to have some fun with a scrimmage game of softball on June 8. (Michael Riis-Christianson photos/Lakes District News)
LDSS grad parade

LDSS grad parade

BC Hydro uses chopper for line maintenance

BC Hydro uses chopper for line maintenance

BC Hydro is using high tech on a low-flying helicopter to help maintain its power lines in the area.
Boot camp

Boot camp

Burns Lake Body Count present Miracle Whip Boot Camp on June 8 and 9 at the Tom Forsyth Arena. All levels of roller blading were welcome on or off skates. (Michael Riis-Christianson photos/Lakes District News)
Citizen of the year

Citizen of the year

Norm and Marian Martens received this Bill Konkin Citizen of the Year. The couple are well known for their many years of volunteering in the community. (Michael Riis-Christianson photo/Lakes District News)
Burns Lake U15 soccer

Burns Lake U15 soccer

One of the last games for this year as Burns Lake U15 Soccer gets ready to wrap up the season. (Michael Riis-Christianson photo/Lakes District News)
Drone show to replace fireworks at this year's Riverboat Days

Drone show to replace fireworks at this year's Riverboat Days

Organizers excited about welcoming Ontario-based North Star Drone Shows to annual summer festival
Man walks from Takla Landing to Burns Lake to raise awareness for MMIWG

Man walks from Takla Landing to Burns Lake to raise awareness for MMIWG

Clarence Abraham from Takla Nation will cover 400 kilometres along Highway 16 on his walk
Village of Burns Lake clarifies 2024 tax increase following system error

Village of Burns Lake clarifies 2024 tax increase following system error

The Village of Burns Lake has clarified its 2024 tax increase, standing at a modest 1.3 per cent, ranking among the lowest in northwest municipalities.