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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

Recent Work by Jeff

Give highway plowing back to the MTO, says NOP

Give highway plowing back to the MTO, says NOP

There is a term used in Northern Ontario called white-knuckle driving. This is a simple description of what northern drivers experience when they are forced to drive on one of our highways after a snowfall
Give highway plowing back to the MTO says NOP

Give highway plowing back to the MTO says NOP

There is a term used in Northern Ontario called white-knuckle driving. This is a simple description of what northern drivers experience when they are forced to drive on one of our highways after a snowfall
Fire Chief getting creative to fund new training buildings

Fire Chief getting creative to fund new training buildings

It's hoped the buildings can be ready in about six months. It's moveable and expandable and low maintenance
Sara Carson inspires Paw Hats design

Sara Carson inspires Paw Hats design

'I was so inspired while seeing her perform in California, and this thing has taken off! These hat orders are going all over the world'
Art on Main closing

Art on Main closing

'Sadly, even with all this support it wasn’t enough to keep us going'
Oops! Now where did that roadway go?

Oops! Now where did that roadway go?

No injuries, but possible embarraassment
<b>Sara Carson and Hero are 2017 North Bay Newsmakers of the Year</b>

Sara Carson and Hero are 2017 North Bay Newsmakers of the Year

'Honestly, I feel just like I felt finding out I placed 5th on America’s Got Talent!!!
<b>UPDATE: City backs off! Splash pad committee: 'We want it next to the lake'</b>

UPDATE: City backs off! Splash pad committee: 'We want it next to the lake'

'It's a 180 from what we've recommended. That's not the location we advocated'
Families First celebration ready for its 23rd year

Families First celebration ready for its 23rd year

The free event will take place on Sunday, December 31 from 5 - 9 p.m. with activities at Thomson Park, Memorial Gardens, and the YMCA
Carson finalist in Dog Trainer of the Year

Carson finalist in Dog Trainer of the Year

'The national awards are designed to honour those instructors, trainers and coaches in the USA that have made a positive difference in the lives of their students and community by utilizing service, integrity and quality'