It did not matter that the Ole Uffda Loppet followed one of the biggest cross-country ski races on the calendar. It did not matter that their field was further reduced by a number of skiers competing at the Alberta Winter Games in Fort McMurray. All that mattered was that it was able to go for the first time in three years.
Josh Aldrich, Camrose Canadian
If Joe Matheson is on his game, he will turn the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre into an old country bar or dance hall.
Clippers 3, Vikings 1
Nick Mantai only wanted to make sure he had a harder shot than his brother Josh.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men's hockey team must shift gears after a frustrating weekend.
The Camrose Kodiaks would have home ice advantage if the Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs started today. But they do not.
Andrew Klassen's last rock in competition at the Rose City Curling Club for the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings was about as good as it could get.
As Pride Week hits Year 3 in Camrose, organizers are hoping it continues to grow in acceptance and reach.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women's volleyball team is hoping they have rounded into provincial form.
How did you feel watching Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir skate off into the sunset with gold in the figure skating dance competition? Now ask yourself, how much is that worth to you to experience in your own backyard?
Wynn McLean could not imagine a better place to be from than Camrose.
Dagur Kári was first inspired to get into the film industry when he was taking in a small festival in Reykjavik.
Let the farewell tour for Jerry Iwanus begin.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings hockey team took care of the games they should win, now they must do the same for the games they need to win.
The Kodiaks have eight games left in their attempt to climb into home-ice advantage for the first round of the Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs.
The Andre Klassen rink will have their work cut out for them as they look to repeat their Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference curling crown this weekend.
When Brock Bremer came north to Camrose, he was not quite sure what to expect.
The bigger Gord Bamford gets, the more he circles back to home.
An annual patronage of film buffs is set to get under way.
It is probably about time our provincial leaders went back to kindergarten.