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Man fined $2,400 for selling elk meat

Man fined $2,400 for selling elk meat

A Tumbler Ridge man pled guilty to two counts of trafficking wildlife meat earlier this month, receiving a $2,400 fine and an 18-month ban on holding a hunting or fishing license.
Foul play ruled out in death of Tumbler Ridge woman

Foul play ruled out in death of Tumbler Ridge woman

Foul play has been ruled out in the death of a 32-year-old Tumbler Ridge woman July 16. The woman was pronounced dead in Tumbler Ridge under what RCMP initially called suspicious circumstances.
Police say death of 32-year-old woman in Tumbler Ridge 'suspicious'

Police say death of 32-year-old woman in Tumbler Ridge 'suspicious'

A 32-year old woman was pronounced dead in Tumbler Ridge on Saturday afternoon under what RCMP are calling suspicious circumstances. Few details have been released, but the North District Major Crime Unit has been called in to investigate.
Tumbler Ridge trails coming to Google Maps

Tumbler Ridge trails coming to Google Maps

Google Trekker allows users to explore trails and other off-road sites through Google Maps Street View.
Bike the Peace for three days straight

Bike the Peace for three days straight

Your opportunity to bike through the Peace Region is two weeks away. The Peace Cycle Tour pedals up June 17 18 and 19 promising fitness and the amazing scenery only the Peace can provide.
Bid deadline for Walter Energy Mines extended

Bid deadline for Walter Energy Mines extended

BlueTree Advisors Inc., in charge of restructuring the company's debt, confirmed the extension June 3
Deadline passes for bids on Walter Energy's Northeast B.C. mines

Deadline passes for bids on Walter Energy's Northeast B.C. mines

Supreme Court documents show as many as 82 potential bidders as of March.
Dino tracks discovered on pipeline route

Dino tracks discovered on pipeline route

95 million year-old tracks belong to armoured dinosaur
All of Tumbler Ridge to lose power twice this summer in planned outages

All of Tumbler Ridge to lose power twice this summer in planned outages

BC Hydro officials say the entire District of Tumbler Ridge — about 1,758 customers — will undergo two early morning blackouts this summer, June 5 and August 28.
Domestic violence, break-ins big concerns for Tumbler Ridge RCMP

Domestic violence, break-ins big concerns for Tumbler Ridge RCMP

RCMP focusing on “proactive” patrols for domestic violence and improving access to victim services.