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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 resets commitment to age-friendly community

Innisfail resets commitment to age-friendly community

New specialist hired to advance initiative
Former Innisfail mayor Ken Fulton passes away

Former Innisfail mayor Ken Fulton passes away

Friends and former colleagues fondly pay tribute to Fulton’s legacy
Innisfail man nabbed for indecently exposing himself

Innisfail man nabbed for indecently exposing himself

Accused facing multiple Criminal Code charges
Consequences ahead for defiant barbershop

Consequences ahead for defiant barbershop

Town may take action while other hair salons seek answers about rebellious business
Rebel Innisfail barbershop ‘over the moon’ with easing of COVID restrictions

Rebel Innisfail barbershop ‘over the moon’ with easing of COVID restrictions

Local business still has to fight charges in court and possible municipal violations
Innisfail school supported to relieve unprecedented anxiety

Innisfail school supported to relieve unprecedented anxiety

St. Marguerite students and staff experiencing increased COVID and social stress
Supporting small business with defiance in Innisfail

Supporting small business with defiance in Innisfail

Innisfail barbershop continues its battle against provincial COVID restriction
Rebel Innisfail barbershop ‘pulling back’ from defiant stance

Rebel Innisfail barbershop ‘pulling back’ from defiant stance

Business seeking legal help after Mounties issue ticket to appear in court
Innisfail-Sylvan Lake MLA aims to heal public anger

Innisfail-Sylvan Lake MLA aims to heal public anger

Devin Dreeshen hints at improved public engagement but no specifics
Glen Carritt carries on Innisfail mayoralty quest with no regrets

Glen Carritt carries on Innisfail mayoralty quest with no regrets

Embattled ex-councillor supports barbershop in defiance of public health order