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Why don't you go take a hike, part II

Why don't you go take a hike, part II

Looking for something to do this summer? Maybe want to get outdoors, but don’t have anyone to go with? Have no fear, the Wolverine Nordic and Mountain Society has just released their official 2017 hiking schedule.
Drugs, dinos and dinner—an unusual combination

Drugs, dinos and dinner—an unusual combination

On May 10 and 11, 42 physicians and pharmacists from across Northeastern BC came to Tumbler Ridge for the 3D Conference: Drugs, Dinos and Dinner.
Why don’t you go take a hike? Hit the road

Why don’t you go take a hike? Hit the road

Part I of II.
Tumbler Ridge resident recipient of community achievement award

Tumbler Ridge resident recipient of community achievement award

On April 26, Birgit Sharman joined 19 other British Columbians at Government House in Victoria, all recipients of the BC Community Achievement Award for 2017.
Tumbler Ridge is teaching some fishy science these days

Tumbler Ridge is teaching some fishy science these days

The course is run on an employment-based model rather than a standard academic high school class.
Tumbler Ridge golf course trying new tact

Tumbler Ridge golf course trying new tact

...or approach if you will. Going fore it!
Huntley Street host in Tumbler

Huntley Street host in Tumbler

Moira Brown will be bringing her message to the New Life Assembly Church in Tumbler Ridge May 6. With more than 40 years of broadcast experience, Brown is known across Canada.
Largest wind power project in BC is complete

Largest wind power project in BC is complete

184.6 MW Meikle Wind is now fully operational.
Census 2016: census hard on resource towns in downturns, Tumbler Ridge mayor says

Census 2016: census hard on resource towns in downturns, Tumbler Ridge mayor says

Coal town saw 26.7 per cent drop in population between 2011 and 2016
Tumbler Ridge housing prices on the upswing, Dawson Creek unchanged

Tumbler Ridge housing prices on the upswing, Dawson Creek unchanged

BC Assessment values in mining town tumbled more than 30 per cent last year