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Johnnie Bachusky

Johnnie Bachusky

Johnnie Bachusky joined the Innisfail Province as editor in 2013. He covers Innisfail and Red Deer County news, police, crime and municipal politics. He is also a photographer and columnist.

Recent Work by Johnnie

Innisfail Solar Farm funds supporting disadvantaged residents

Innisfail Solar Farm funds supporting disadvantaged residents

New Fee Assistance Program aimed at helping citizens get access to wide range of activities
Town of Innisfail looks long-term into rec facility future

Town of Innisfail looks long-term into rec facility future

Town conducting public survey into aquatic centre and multiplex
Innisfail Mounties take down big stolen property operation

Innisfail Mounties take down big stolen property operation

Multi-jurisdictional bust began with attempted Innisfail home invasion
Blinking stop lights coming to problematic Innisfail intersection

Blinking stop lights coming to problematic Innisfail intersection

Numerous ‘near miss’ incidents reported at 42nd Street and 49th Avenue
Glen Carritt at losing end of Innisfail code of conduct probe

Glen Carritt at losing end of Innisfail code of conduct probe

Investigation concludes controversial former town councillor guilty of 29 of 36 allegations
Harrison aims for new term on Innisfail council

Harrison aims for new term on Innisfail council

New councillor embracing challenge of helping Innisfail move beyond pandemic
COVID outbreak ends at Innisfail’s Sunset Manor

COVID outbreak ends at Innisfail’s Sunset Manor

Residents out of quarantine; all public health protocols being followed
Young Innisfailians step up for the ski hill

Young Innisfailians step up for the ski hill

Cancelled hockey season prompts kids to donate bottle money to a worthy cause
'Random acts of kindness’ sought for snow removal in Innisfail

'Random acts of kindness’ sought for snow removal in Innisfail

Town creates sign program to attract random snow angels
Natalie Klein decides to run for Innisfail council

Natalie Klein decides to run for Innisfail council

Rebel barbershop owner aims to give hope to struggling Innisfailians