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The Port Alberni Kiwanis Club and the ADSS Band students hosted all seven of the Alberni Valley Salvation Army Kettles on December 12.
A new exhibit, Patsy Cline and more on the Alberni arts scene.
The Independent School Series continues with a piece about French Immersion in the Alberni Valley
An emergency resolution demanding the province renew the Martin Mars water bomber contract was passed at the UBCM last week.
A second party has expressed interest in opening up a medical marijuana dispensary in Port Alberni.
A meeting between Alberni and B.C. Forest Ministry at the UBCM in Vancouver about the Martin Mars water bomber has been called.
Two Alberni Clayoquot Regional District directors will be attending the Walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver this week.
Dolly McRae and Annie Watts will create a traditional salmon feast over an open fire on an episode of Untamed Gourmet next week.
Support for an anti-violence walk in Port Alberni received a luke-warm response from the Alberni Clayoquot Regional District.
NUISANCE PROPERTIES: | Fire-damaged house stood forgotten for three years before city took command of its demolition.
Less house fires compared to last year so far, but there has been a spike in grass and mulch fires.
Port Alberni RCMP constable wins medals at the World Police and Fire Games in Ireland.
The former Stephen's Sheet Metal building on Bute Street may become the location of a marijuana production and mailing facility.
ACRD gives $2,500 to Jericho Road Church's Unity Celebrity Basketball Game.
Former teacher, Gurmail Aujla is acclaimed as the new school trustee representing the West Coast.
A lawyer for a Port Alberni youth accused of assaulting a teenage girl says his client intends to plead guilty at his next appearance.
Port Alberni's 42nd annual Salmon Festival starts Aug. 30.
Port Alberni city council against application to move a liquor store to the Alberni Highway in Cherry Creek.
Port Alberni firefighters aiming to meet national standards between when the fire department is paged by 911 to rolling out.
City council tables a proposal to ban consumer fireworks in the city.