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Paulson talks penalties at governors’ meeting
Alberni Valley Bulldogs' governor, Ron Paulson, says something needs to be done about checking from behind in the BCHL.
Alberni man shot on Third Avenue
A Port Alberni man is in hospital and another arrested after an early-morning isolated incident.
Airport work delayed until March
Inclement weather forced the runway expansion program to cease in the fall.
Alberni businesses nominated for Island excellence
Eight Alberni Valley businesses have been nominated for Vancouver Island Business Excellence Awards this year.
Alberni Teens Can Rock: acoustic version
The band will debut their un-plugged version next week at a BC harbourmasters' convention in Alberni.
Wrapping a city in love
Waterproof bags filled with warm items and snacks have been placed on trees in Dry Creek Park for those in need.
Year in review 2016: top online news stories
Both good and bad news made it on our list of top online news stories in 2016.
year in review: 2016 in perspective
Among the good, bad, celebratory and downright odd news that occurred in 2016, we have chosen a few that captured attention.
$15M request for West Coast Aquatic fish habitat
WCA executive directors travelled to Ottawa Nov. 18 to meet with federal fisheries staff and ask for $15 million over 10 years.
Bulldogs’ Malik Kaila out for season
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs' defenceman was left with a broken vertebrae in his neck after he was checked during last Wednesday's game.
Former City of Port Alberni manager heads to District of Saanich in January
Ken Watson was moved out of the city manager role at the end of 2015 and has spent the past year as major projects advisor.
Cleanup begins following 10th Avenue mall fire
Store owners at the 10th Avenue Plaza were mopping up on Tuesday, with restoration companies on hand to assist in cleanup.
Fire guts Port Alberni barbershop
Several stores at 10th Avenue Plaza are clearing out smoke after a fire Monday morning
TC Cup final postponed for Black Sheep rugby
Saturday’s snowstorm has forced the Vancouver Island Rugby Union to postpone the TC Cup championship.
Heritage ‘a key community value’: Ruttan
The Alberni Valley's culture leaders were honoured at the Alberni Valley Museum's annual Heritage Commission awards.
Alberni Valley to benefit from Airbus $3 billion contract
The announcement that Airbus has won the $3 billion contract for Canada’s next SAR airplane could be big news for the Alberni Valley
Alberni homeless count lower than expected
Port Alberni’s first official homeless count yielded 73 anonymous surveys from people without housing.
Port Alberni Black Sheep headed to TC Cup final
The Black Sheep rugby team are headed to Nanaimo on Saturday for the TC Cup championships.
Raise a Reader sets record
Once a matching government grant was applied to its fundraising, Literacy Alberni raised $133,564.
High school athletes step up in food drive
Volunteers from the ADSS athletic department spilled into buses and went door-to-door asking for food donations for the food bank.