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Four junior dragsters took their inaugural runs down Stamp Avenue at this year’s Thunder in the Valley.
Harvest time’s a family affair for the Dhaliwals at Cox Lake farm, off Franklin River Road.
Sweeney Todd plays Glenwood Centre this Saturday, Aug. 6 along with the Berry Cup Blooze Band and other guests.
Tyee Pier at Tyee Landing will offer fuel service and a docking facility for Pacific Seaplanes when it is complete.
Residents at the cottages had until Monday to consider another voluntary rent increase to pay their property tax bill.
Residents have been asked to approve a $159 per month rental increase to pay for property taxes and capital improvements.
Spectators lined the beaches and water at Sproat Lake for the third annual revival of the Sproat lake Regatta over the weekend.
An autopsy is needed on the human remains found on Thursday, July 14 before an identity can be determined
The Blue Marlin Inn parking lot will be full of racing boats, classic cars and entertainment until 8 p.m.
Millstones from the Catalyst Paper grounds have been moved to their new and final home on Monday morning.
The Martin Mars waterbomber gets wet for the first time in 2016.
Port Alberni RCMP have recovered a body in the woods behind Glenwood Centre.
A small crowd gathered at the Coulson Flying Tankers bomber base to watch the Hawaii Mars take her first dip of the year.
The Hawaii Mars waterbomber made her first flight of the year on Wednesday, drawing Port Alberni people out of their homes to watch.
Alberni Valley Blazers win girls’ softball silver in double knockout rematch with Stealers at the U19C girls' BC Softball Championships.
Both Martin Mars, owned by Coulson Flying Tankers, will be on the water by Tuesday afternoon (July 12, 2016)
Host Alberni Valley Blazers win provincial silver in 9–2 loss to Chilliwack.
If you see streets overrun with classic Ford Model A cars this week, you haven't hit a time warp.
The venue for Saturday's official count location remains at Glenwood Centre. Registration starts at 10 a.m.
“It’s the first time we’ve hosted U19C girls,” says Shannon Charlesworth, who is coaching the Alberni Valley Blazers this weekend.