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Tumbler students run the Dragons’ Den gauntlet

Tumbler students run the Dragons’ Den gauntlet

Five Tumbler Ridge students entered a dragons’ den and came out with treasure — money they could use for their business ideas or tuition.
Funds, operations feud closes doors to Museum

Funds, operations feud closes doors to Museum

Tumbler Ridge is facing a struggle against extinction as local politicians and residents feud over funding, operation, and development of the potential tourism gold mine.
TRMF responds to open letter from Tumbler Ridge Mayor

TRMF responds to open letter from Tumbler Ridge Mayor

The Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation answered back to an open letter from the Tumbler Ridge Mayor Don McPherson to residents explaining why the District denied a $200,000 grant-in-aid to the TRMF.
Junior Dragon's Den Thursday in Tumbler Ridge

Junior Dragon's Den Thursday in Tumbler Ridge

Thursday evening at Tumbler Ridge Secondary, three young entrepeneurs will present their ideas tomorrow to judges, with hopes of taking it to the provincial level.
Outgoing  BC lieutenant-governor says Tumbler Ridge visit among top three moments

Outgoing BC lieutenant-governor says Tumbler Ridge visit among top three moments

The NDP’s rise to power after the BC Liberals lost a confidence vote last summer may have meant political upheaval, but it doesn’t rate near the top of the most memorable moments for the province’s outgoing lieutenant-governor.
Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation signs MoU, but District funding still far away

Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation signs MoU, but District funding still far away

The Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation and the Geopark have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), but the museum remains closed.
Tumbler Ridge Museum, idle until it opens back up again

Tumbler Ridge Museum, idle until it opens back up again

For the time being, the Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre and the Dinosaur Discovery Gallery is closed, as the Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation was denied a $200,000 grant-in-aid from the District of Tumbler Ridge on March 5.
Road resurfacing coming to Highway 29 this summer

Road resurfacing coming to Highway 29 this summer

The BC government has announced that a 49 km stretch of Highway 29 between Tumbler Ridge and Chetwynd will get resurfacing work this summer.
Federal Cabinet approves Murray River Mining project

Federal Cabinet approves Murray River Mining project

Proponents will be required to consult with directly affected First Nations.
$13 million for miners

$13 million for miners

Some 280 miners who lost their jobs when a Tumbler Ridge coal mine was shut down will get financial boost after the final details how their severance should be treated in a bankruptcy proceeding was worked out earlier this month, says the Prince Geor