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Alberni District Secondary School students in Port Alberni are learning the A-B-Cs of agriculture in a new Grade 12 course.
Alberni independent schools are waiting for the fallout from School District 70’s Grade reconfiguration and school closure talks
A unique offsite service that regularly backs up files on an engineering firm’s server preserved all data up to the night of the fire.
The numbers have been crunched and the Celebrity Hoops Basketball Game has doled out more than $13,000 to Valley community groups
The Overwaitea Food Group has purchased 15 stores in B.C. and Alberta and the deal includes the Safeway store in Port Alberni.
Port Alberni city council has voted 5-2 in favour of increasing their stipends. The mayor will now make $38,450; councillors: $17,041.
Cindy Sjoholm has been removed as executive director of the Bread of Life. BOL board of directors are mum about why.
Port Alberni residents are going to get to vote on a non-binding referendum about a Roger Creek crossing in this year’s election.
Police internships beneficial to RCMP for recruitment, VIU students for career choice
Port Alberni RCMP are hunting for a man who robbed the Johnston Road Chevron Station with a machete on Feb. 5.
A referendum on whether or not Alberni Valley residents would pay for a new Roger Creek crossing would settle the matter once and for all.
The 35th Annual Alberni Invitational Wrestling Tournament kicks off this weekend at the AV Multiplex.
Options for closing and reconfiguring Alberni schools include closing three elementary schools. Eighth Ave slated for district office/VAST
A virus outbreak has killed 60,000 steelhead at Robertson Creek Hatchery and prompted the involvement of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
How does a photographer from France end up in Port Alberni by way of Calgary?
EJ Dunn won the middle school dual meet with AW Neill in Port Alberni on Jan 22.
Alberni city council's attempt at a pay raise is a money grab and councillors can run for office in a larger city if they want more money
A special program that helps the Alberni Valley’s less fortunate on weekends is heading indoors until spring.
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs square off against the Victoria Grizzlies on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Alberni city councillors are one step away from giving themselves a pay raise.