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Polling stations open until 8 p.m. for B.C. election

Stay tuned for full election coverage on our website after polls close

Coulson Forest Products sells to Surrey-based company

Wayne Coulson will stay on as an advisor but is more focused on aviation industry

Eclectic folk artist hits Char’s

Folk musician Ross Douglas will perform at Char’s Landing on Saturday, May 12.

Commercial anglers out of luck for early sockeye fishing in somass

Less than 200,000 sockeye expected to return to Somass River: DFO

BC VOTES 2017: Advance poll numbers ‘normal’ in Mid Island Pacific Rim

Number of voters at Alberni Athletic Hall polling station was steady: electoral officer

BC VOTES: ADSS students weigh in on upcoming election

High school students ask Mid Island Pacific Rim candidates questions they’re passionate about

Advance voting begins in Port Alberni

Head to the Alberni Athletic Hall to cast your vote early

The family that cooks together could win money together

B.C.-wide contest looks for three minute videos of families cooking together

Public supports Fefe the dog for medical procedure

The seven-year old Collie mix will head to Victoria for referral thanks to many donations

LIV: St. Jean’s Cannery thriving with Nuu-chah-nulth owners

The cannery has become the largest cannery and smokehouse in B.C.

Alberni wrestlers receive many awards

The 39th annual Wrestling Awards Night was held at the Italian Hall on April 18

Six-piece Celtic folk band playing Rainbow Room

Knacker’s Yard return to Port Alberni on Friday, April 28.

Darrel Hancock Pottery holds annual spring sale

The sale will include handmade functional stoneware from his home gallery

Bamfield calls on Mid Island-Pacific Rim election candidates to boost emergency services

Mid Island Pacific Rim MLA candidates have been called upon to improve Bamfield area emergency health services.

Alberni teacher sentenced to six months for child porn

Former E.J. Dunn teacher Daniel Oliver was arrested for possessing child pornography

Alberni school tagged for cycling pilot project

BC gov’t providing $50,754 to promote cycling and healthy lifestyle at Wood Elementary

Celebrate Earth Day with Rollin spring clean

On Saturday, April 22, those interested can help the Rollin Art Centre get ready for spring events.

Block Watch meeting aims to empower citizens

Residents are invited to a community meeting on April 26 to learn about the RCMP initiative

Hupacasath re-elect Tatoosh

Steven Tatoosh will serve his fourth term as chief

Cebuliak runs for direct democracy with BC Refed Party

Port Alberni resident Dan Cebuliak is running for MLA in the provincial election