Kodiaks 6, Crusaders 3
Josh Aldrich, Camrose Canadian
A group of Camrose medical professionals is taking a new approach to recruiting to rural Alberta — growing the next generation themselves.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings continued their strong Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference hockey season with two dominating wins over the Portage College Voyageurs.
You know a hockey player finally feels comfortable in a location when he decides to customize his equipment for the team he is playing for.
Camrose was invaded by the Eskimos Empire during the Camrose Buffaloes Football Association Minor Football Day.
The Camrose Composite High School Trojans football team has a bit of soul searching to do.
The Our Lady of Mount Pleasant Royals golf team is heading off to 1A/2A provincials after winning both the boys and girls team competitions at Silver Creek Golf Course on Monday.
Camrose Kodiaks rookie forward Brock Bremer is taking the long way to get back home.
Krystle Dos Santos was born about 60 years too late.
Almost 100 people were at the Stoney Creek Centre to continue the Marathon of Hope in Camrose on Sunday.
Are you ready for another election?
Camrose City council is taking another look at urban chickens and if the cluck is worth the considerable buck.
Seventeen groups of super heroes, pirates and workout warriors took to the streets of Camrose on Saturday to raise money for the Open Door Association.
Camrose voters will have fewer candidates to choose from in this next election than four years ago.
Battle River School Division is looking for more candidates for Ward 1 in the City of Camrose.
Dragons 3, Kodiaks 2 (OT)
The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference may not be the most advisable time to learn to play goal, but that is not stopping Joseph Wagner from giving it the ol’ college try.
Camrose Kodiaks general manager and head coach Boris Rybalka had a busy off-season re-sculpting the club, and in the days before the campaign’s opening face off he was still actively working the phones.
The Camrose Composite High School Trojans are looking to rebound after being shut out in the Highway 13 Cup.
The Camrose Composite High School Trojans boys’ volleyball team used the disappointment of losing out in a provincial tie breaker as motivation for this season.