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Fossil recovery wraps 2020 season at Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation

Fossil recovery wraps 2020 season at Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation

Earlier this month, a massive fossil recovery effort disrupted traffic along highway 29 between Tumbler Ridge and Chetwynd for several hours as four large blocks containing significant material were recovered, the largest weighing in at 17,000 pounds

Tumbler Ridge has new CAO

The District of Tumbler Ridge welcomes a new CAO this week. Jennifer Thompson was named the new CAO Tuesday in a press release from Tumbler Ridge council. "Ms.
Monkman Memorial Trail remains closed to Aug. 29

Monkman Memorial Trail remains closed to Aug. 29

Hiking enthusiasts in the Tumbler Ridge region should be aware of a closure later this month. The Monkman Memorial Trail will be closed from the suspension bridge onwards, from August 25 to 29 for repairs.
Tumbler Ridge quilt guild asking for waived fees

Tumbler Ridge quilt guild asking for waived fees

The Tumbler Ridge Rippers Quilt is asking the District of Tumbler Ridge to waive their 2020 locker fees, which costs $200 annually to store space at the community center.
DC, Tumbler RCMP apprehend stolen truck suspects

DC, Tumbler RCMP apprehend stolen truck suspects

Members from a pair of South Peace RCMP detachments combined forces Monday for an arrest.
Tumbler mountain bikers postpone track construction to 2021

Tumbler mountain bikers postpone track construction to 2021

The Tumbler Ridge Mountain Biking Association is postponing their plans for a 2020 pump tracks, moving construction to 2021. COVID-19 and a short build are cited as the top two reasons, says association Vice President Cameron Drever.
Tumbler Ridge wants a bear count

Tumbler Ridge wants a bear count

Unknown bear population numbers continue to be a safety concern for Tumbler Ridge, says mayor Keith Bertrand.
District helps deliver glacial rock to Tumbler Ridge museum

District helps deliver glacial rock to Tumbler Ridge museum

In July 2019, with the aid of NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Services and Mayor Keith Bertrand, and Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark staff, the Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation was able to recover a massive rock slab containing a tyrannosaurid track from
Canada Day Tumbler Ridge style

Canada Day Tumbler Ridge style

It is a party on Canada Day - in a new way - for Tumbler Ridge Wednesday. A virtual mayoral address and national anthem goes at 10:45am on the District of Tumbler Ridge Facebook page.
New dock installed at Gwillim Lake Provincial Park

New dock installed at Gwillim Lake Provincial Park

As British Columbians are back exploring and relaxing in many of their favourite outdoor spaces, the BC Parks Foundation and BC Parks are excited to invite Northern B.C.