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The Alberni Armada Wrestling Invitational is taking place Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3-4 in the ADSS gyms.
The Rotary Club of Port Alberni will be holding their Mardi Gras fundraiser to benefit Literacy Alberni on Saturday, Feb. 18.
B.C. singer-songwriter Beverley McKeen will play at Char's Landing on Friday, Feb. 10.
NANAIMO – Search and rescue technicians locate 20-year-old man who got separated from hiking group on weekend.
Winners of the 2017 provincial championships will qualify for the first-ever Canadian U18 Curling Championships.
The ADSS Armada wrestling team had an outstanding team performance this weekend at the Western Canada Age Class in Kamloops.
The Port Alberni Athletics U15 Girls soccer team have begun their defence as champions of Vancouver Island.
This week, Char's Landing will welcome folk/bluegrass band BTU: Bentall, Taylor, Ulrich.
Alberni Youth Soccer U10 and U11 Rep teams competed in a Jamboree in Nanoose Bay.
The Huu-ay-aht First Nations expressed their disappointment to learn that the Canadian government has decided to appeal a Tribunal decision.
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs returned home from a rough road trip salvaging two points out of a possible six.
Vancouver Island based roots rocker WiL returns to Char's Landing for a performance on Saturday, Jan. 21.
The Career Centre Team at ADSS is hosting a career education event for students on Thursday, Jan. 19 and Friday, Jan. 20.
Black Press will hold another Extreme Career Fair in the Courtenay, Comox region of Vancouver Island.
The Port Alberni Highland Dancers Association will be hosting the 34th annual Robbie Burns’ Supper.
The Alberni Junior Curling program is looking for new members aged nine to 18. No experience is required.
Students will head to the regional tournament Jan. 28 at Glenlyon Norfolk school in Victoria.
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs have gained forward Nicholas Rasovic from the Vernon Vipers.
In January the Huu-ay-aht First Nations made a significant investment in the community by purchasing 11 properties in Bamfield Inlet.
A Port Alberni man, who was driving with two young children in his vehicle, was pulled over on New Years Eve for driving erratically.