As people age, the risk of falling and becoming injured in those falls greatly increases. Falling while outdoors, especially in the winter months, is
Canada’s sesquicentennial will be celebrated across the country, and Camrose is doing it’s part to mark the occasion.
“Don’t walk in the hallway” is not what you would expect to hear in school. But for the last two weeks, students at St. Patrick School have been encou
A pedestrian underpass was included in the final scope of the 48th Ave. bridge replacement project at the Nov. 21 regular city council meeting.
After a public hearing and discussion Nov. 22, Camrose County council voted to redistrict a 27 acre triangle of land next to the Camrose County Nature
A Winter’s Night continues a Camrose choral tradition as the Augustana choirs present their annual Christmas concert. We will warm our hands and feet
Between Oct. 19 and 20, unknown persons entered Pioneer Truck Lines yard in Camrose and stole several fuel cards from the company’s vehicles. The fuel
Const. Kelly Bauer of the Camrose Police Service is warning citizens to be aware of a possible door-to-door scam related to the looming carbon tax. Th
Charitable donations – like the economy – have been on the downturn in Alberta with many local charities experiencing a drop in support. Today, on Giv
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Happy 35th birthday, Britney Jean Spears!