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The first annual Art Rave will in and around the historic Port Alberni Train Station Aug. 17-18.
Night golf benefiting Kuu-us Crisis Society on Aug. 17 at Hollies Executive Golf Course.
There will be several ways to get to the Comox Air Show at CFB Comox on Aug. 17 that don't require a car.
The distinctive Buda spent the past year undergoing restoration at the Western Vancouver Island Heritage Society facility.
News of nutritional experiments conducted on children at residential schools brings back bad memories for Port Alberni woman.
Re: city visits watershed logging operation of TimberWest.
Port Alberni cadet taking weekly clarinet lessons at Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Quadra Cadet Summer Training Centre.
We should welcome investors and allow them to build on the what we have here.
Avrielle Lewis wins a home makeover from Alberni Valley's Coast Realty Group.
David Esson Young writes a book about his life on the Uchuck.
Rising costs in Port Alberni is unaffordable to fixed income earners and minimum wage workers.
BC Hydro's rate increase and BC government debt will hit lower income people.
We need to preserve and build on what we have, not destroy it to develop something else.
Pocket Knife—Naomi Kavka and Torie Beram play Char's Landing.
Industry art outside of city hall reminds us of our industrial decay and declining employment.
Port Alberni resident Jenny Stewart told nurses at Ty Watson House hospice it was her lifelong dream to meet a Mountie in red serge.
Former Alberni Valley resident Quintin Winks heads up the Crime Stoppers program after a two-year hiatus.
Homeowner contemplates selling rental home and leaving Port Alberni.
Don't limit recruitment efforts to China for international students, reader says.
Second year for puddle duck watercraft brings worlds to Port Alberni.