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Debbie Molloy plans to cut nearly two feet of her hair off and donate proceeds to Cops For Cancer to honour her late husband's wishes.
The Cops for Cancer tour comes through the Alberni Valley on Friday, Sept. 28. Tickets to the community dinner are still available.
Alberni Valley mortgage broker Sharie Marie Francoeur has been awarded the BE Award for Real Estate Company of the Year.
He’s hurting, cold, and wet but if you’re a Cops For Cancer Tour de Rock rider then you’re supposed to be right now, Black Press rider Chris Bush said.
They arrived a little cold, wet and sore but those were small challenges to overcome for Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock riders as they arrive in Port Alberni.
Dress rehearsal prepares riders for real deal in upcoming Tour de Rock.
Some well-known moustaches disappeared on Sunday (Sept. 18), and interesting hairlines reappeared as community members faced the razor for Port Alberni RCMP Tour de Rock rider Const. Tom Gill.
An Alberni man wants to raise $15,000 for the Tour de Rock and will shave his head if he reaches his goal.
An Alberni citizen as well as police and fire personnel are squaring off in a trash-the-moustache contest to raise money for the Tour de Rock.
Alberni RCMP traffic officer Tom Gill is stoked to roll in this year's Tour de Rock.
Got a wreck of a car eating up space in your driveway or garage? Rudy Kurath of Alberni Towing wants it. And he’s willing to pay you for it, if you’re willing to support the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.