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Jeff Turl

Jeff Turl

Jeff is a veteran of the news biz. He's spent a lengthy career in TV, radio, print and online, covering both news and sports. He enjoys free time riding motorcycles and spoiling grandchildren. Email Jeff at jeff@baytoday.ca

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Recent Work by Jeff

<b>Frontline health workers are the Newsmakers of the Year</b>

Frontline health workers are the Newsmakers of the Year

A total of 1,515 votes were cast with the frontline workers taking 465 votes or 31 per cent
Who is the local "Newsmaker of the Year"

Who is the local "Newsmaker of the Year"

Time to put on your thinking cap and help decide the "Newsmaker of the Year" for 2020.
North Bay woman captures 'light pillars' on cellphone

North Bay woman captures 'light pillars' on cellphone

Light pillars appear when artificial light or natural light bounces off the facets of flat ice crystals wafting relatively close to the ground
COVID and its resulting lockdown is the local "Story of the Year"

COVID and its resulting lockdown is the local "Story of the Year"

Air Canada took second place
North Bay woman captures 'light pillars' on cellphone

North Bay woman captures 'light pillars' on cellphone

Light pillars appear when artificial light or natural light bounces off the facets of flat ice crystals wafting relatively close to the ground
OPP set up checkpoint on Lake Nipissing

OPP set up checkpoint on Lake Nipissing

Everyone was being stopped, whether on foot, snowmachines, or trucks
Driver that almost hits OPP cruiser charged with impaired

Driver that almost hits OPP cruiser charged with impaired

Almaguin Highlands OPP on general patrol saw a motor vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign
<b>Tell us. What was the local 'Story of the Year?'</b>

Tell us. What was the local 'Story of the Year?'

Was it the homeless, or COVID, school closing or other stories. You be the judge.
Fishermen save life of sledder who crashed through thin ice

Fishermen save life of sledder who crashed through thin ice

No ice is "safe ice" as underlying water currents or air pockets can create thin ice, even in the coldest temperatures
<b>Active cases climb to 25, as eight new ones added today</b>

Active cases climb to 25, as eight new ones added today

Of the 25 active cases, 10 are in Nipissing and 15 are in the Parry Sound District. All are isolating