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Day one of the Invitational saw Armada wrestlers take on students from Calgary's Sir Winston Churchill.
Nominated for three Maple Blues Awards, Gogo will be performing Char's Landing on Saturday, Feb. 4.
The Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District received the grant from the Investment Agriculture Foundation.
At a board of directors meeting, a Beaver Creek resident asked the ACRD to tighten regulations on livestock at large in the area.
On Saturday, Feb. 11, fans will be able to win special hockey jerseys after the game.
A Family Literacy Day event was held on Jan. 28 at the Alberni Valley Early Years Centre.
At a Jan. 27 press conference Karen Bosch, mother of Trevor Oakley, issued a plea to her son to contact her.
The 22-acre property on Burde Street has been empty for five years.
The Port Alberni RCMP will initiate a two-member crime reduction unit who will be responsible for dealing with the city's repeat offenders.
Jan (John) Baartman went missing on Jan. 23 after telling family he was heading to the Horne Lake Area to cut firewood. He has been found.
A Sproat Lake resident wants the ACRD to lobby to have the lake's road status upgraded.
A new mobile outreach program has hit the streets of Port Alberni to help provide those in need.
Grant allocations from the Ministry of Education were a bit higher than expected for School District 70.
After a 12-hour search and rescue mission on Mount Arrowsmith, there was no sign of anyone in distress.
Canada Post will move one store up from the soon-closing Fairway Market to Shoppers Drug Mart in the 10th Avenue Plaza.
The province has provided $50 million to school districts for priority measures to hire teachers and support students.
The Hupacasath First Nation has been approved for salvage operations on the fire-damaged land.
Aaron Watts of the Tseshaht First Nation, along with fellow First Nations representatives, gifted School District 70 a celebration song.
The Alberni Valley Stakeholders Initiative to End Homelessness estimates about 30-35 people in the valley in need of low-barrier housing.
The southside of Port Alberni will soon be without a postal service as the closing of Fairway Market approaches.