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The Black Sheep lost 49–24 against the Nanaimo Hornets during a home game last Saturday
Boston Pizza steps up to bring premier bands to Alberni Valley
Join the Investors Group Walk for Alzheimer’s on May 7 and raise the profile of dementia
GYST Business launches Kickstarter campaign to raise $18,000 to produce business kits
Patron donates Group of Seven painting, second Emily Carr piece
Port Alberni's Edwin Knight answers questions on mediation in Island courthouses as a way to solve disputes
Alberni Valley BCHL players help fellow athletes put fun in fundraiser on Feb. 21.
Investigation into Port Alberni man's disappearance in January is still active.
Tattoo artist Rachel Rose will hold an open house at her new South Port studio, Ocean Valley Ink, this Friday, Feb. 10.
Trivago tourism site has ranked Port Alberni eighth out of the 10 Best Value Small Towns in Canada.
The Islands Agriculture Show featured aquaculture this year for the first time.
What did you do with all the snow that fell in your yard, your driveway and the street?
The Black Sheep will play a rescheduled TC Cup final against Nanaimo in Hornets territory on Feb. 11.
On Jan. 31 the Third Avenue thrift shop will close its doors so the Bread of Life can increase food services to seven days a week.
Oakley was not with a Nanaimo woman he was thought to be visiting, RCMP spokesperson says
Canada Post will no longer open a temporary postal service in Shoppers Drug Mart but will wait to build a permanent facility in the store.
Family reported Oakley missing on Jan. 17 and said he might be accompanied by Patricia Nataucappo of Nanaimo.
Alberni Valley Bulldogs' governor, Ron Paulson, says something needs to be done about checking from behind in the BCHL.
The City of Port Alberni is asking residents to tell them what arts, culture and heritage items people in the community would like to see.
WCGH emergency department has been busier than usual due to an influx of flu patients in Port Alberni.