Alberni Valley News moves to Thursdays

After five and a half years of coming out on Fridays, the News is switching our publication day to Thursday.

Expect to get your news a little earlier, starting May 17. The Alberni Valley News is moving delivery from Fridays to Thursdays. The News will be delivered by 6 p.m. Thursdays instead of Fridays, starting May 17.

“We listened to the requests of our faithful readers and advertisers, and felt we must respond with this change,” said publisher Teresa Bird.

The award-winning Alberni Valley News, a publication of Black Press, is delivered every week in print. As well, new stories are uploaded every day to our website at www.albernivalleynews.com, where traffic has doubled in the past year.

For readers and advertisers, nothing changes. Our commitment to the community continues and our ad deadlines will remain the same.

If you have any questions or concerns about the change, please contact publisher Teresa Bird at 250-723-6399 or publisher@albernivalleynews.com.

editor@albernivalleynews.com

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