Karen Schuurman

The first customers to enjoy the newly zoned family restaurant area at the Lone Butte Iron Horse Pub and Grill were Noah Betz with parents Frank and Yvette Betz. Owner Barbi Lange, back left, and manager Yvonne Wirick served them with a smile and hope to see many families come out to enjoy this much anticipated addition to their establishment.

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Iron Horse Pub in Lone Butte celebrates 25th anniversary

The first customers to enjoy the newly zoned family restaurant area at the Lone Butte Iron Horse Pub and Grill were Noah Betz with parents Frank and Yvette Betz. Owner Barbi Lange, back left, and manager Yvonne Wirick served them with a smile and hope to see many families come out to enjoy this much anticipated addition to their establishment.
The Grade 4 boys lined up to see who could throw the softball the farthest at the Horse Lake Elementary School track and field day on June 6.

Horse Lake Elementary School’s track and field results

Horse Lake Elementary School students were thankful for the nice weather at their track and field meet

The Grade 4 boys lined up to see who could throw the softball the farthest at the Horse Lake Elementary School track and field day on June 6.
100 Mile House Elementary Grade 6 volleyball team

Competition, sportsmanship highlighted at volleyball tourney

Three local schools competed in annual volleyball tournament

100 Mile House Elementary Grade 6 volleyball team

Help sought in solving splitter theft

Wood cutter has splitting headache after break-in and theft

Former Lone Butte Volunteer Fire Department chief Mike Collinge escorted Bodhi, left, Rebecca and Sasha Van Kessel to the Canadian Firefighters Annual Memorial Ceremony at the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa on Sept. 11, to honour and pay tribute to their father Henry Van Kessel.

Henry Van Kessel honoured in Ottawa

Fallen Lone Butte firefighter honoured

Former Lone Butte Volunteer Fire Department chief Mike Collinge escorted Bodhi, left, Rebecca and Sasha Van Kessel to the Canadian Firefighters Annual Memorial Ceremony at the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa on Sept. 11, to honour and pay tribute to their father Henry Van Kessel.
In the fall of 1988, the last steam engine made a stop at Lone Butte, an important stopover on the PGE line. About 300 people showed up to see the Royal Hudson steam into the community, and Anna Granberg says the train back up twice so everyone could their photographs of the historic event.

PGE opens a whole new world for Lone Butte

After several failed attempts in the late 1800s, the Pacific Great Eastern Railway (PGE) began its quest to build a railway that brought hope of opening up a whole new world for some of British Columbia's remote regions.

In the fall of 1988, the last steam engine made a stop at Lone Butte, an important stopover on the PGE line. About 300 people showed up to see the Royal Hudson steam into the community, and Anna Granberg says the train back up twice so everyone could their photographs of the historic event.
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