In the lead up for a football game this past weekend, a battle over political correctness broke out.
Josh Aldrich, Camrose Canadian
A pair of University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings are already in the Christmas spirit.
Chris Coombs has never brewed beer on his own, but he could soon become the inspiration for a beer to be in liquor stores across Canada.
When any athletic program starts up, the mantra usually revolves around keeping expectations reasonable and taking baby steps.
The future is bright for the University of Alberta- Augustana Vikings men’s volleyball.
Ryan McKinnon just wanted a fresh start with the Camrose Kodiaks.
Even when Joedy Dalke was not as his best, he still found a way to help lead the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings into a top five finish in the country.
The Camrose Royal Canadian Legion Branch 57 put youth at the front of their Remembrance Day Ceremony this year.
Corb Lund is returning to the Bailey Theatre, but this time he is leaving the Hurtin’ Albertans at home.
The University of Alberta-Augustana fine arts department is hoping people take a more open view to their world with their latest theatrical effort The Best Little Christmas Pageant Ever.
The Camrose Women’s Shelter and the Family Violence Action Society had some serious conversation with the community regarding domestic violence last week.
Four people have been charged following a Camrose Police Service search of a residence that turned up six firearms, other weapons, and a small quantity of drugs and items related to drug trafficking.
Municipal Affairs Minister Shaye Anderson was in Camrose last week painting a rosy picture of the current state of the economic climate in Alberta.
Kodiaks 3, Dragons 2
Kodiaks 3, Bandits 2
Jann Arden is known best in Canada for her music and to a second degree her irreverent sense of humour.
Aaron Taves proved he is among the best mechanics in the world at the World Skills competition in Abu Dhabi.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women’s volleyball team is trying not to let this past weekend’s performance shake them too badly.
It didn’t matter the Camrose Composite High School Trojans had no shot at making high school football provincials, they found a way to make their season finale memorable.
As Canada honours those who have fought for this country, the Royal Canadian Legion looks to the future.