A selection of the top high school basketball players from around the province were in Camrose on the weekend, doing their best to leave a good impression on the Vikings.
Josh Aldrich, Camrose Canadian
One of Dave Drabiuk's biggest recruits this off-season basically fell into his lap.
This was a year of growth and transition for the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women's basketball team.
Four years ago Grant Davidson decided he needed a change, a fresh start to his music career.
If anyone is ever curious as to why people are growing forever more frustrated with social politics, it's because they are relentless.
The City of Camrose has full intentions to take advantage of the recently announced pilot project funding for rural transportation.
The slow healing process has begun for those affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men's basketball team was supposed to take the next step this season.
The senior class of University of Alberta- Augustana drama program ended their season with a laugh.
The Camrose Spirals will be sending at least nine members to the Rope Skipping Canada National Championships.
After producing 10 players for the 2017 Western Hockey league bantam draft, the strength of the Camrose Minor Hockey Association returned to the younger levels this season.
Two Camrose Kodiaks will be roaming north to join six other alums to continue their hockey careers.
Tara Berger went into Colour Night not knowing what to expect and left making history.
Local musicians and vocalists are busy fine tuning their instruments and polishing their performance pieces for 37th annual Camrose Music Festival.
Every dressing room I have been in over the last 16 years has described themselves as a family.
Camrose Kodiaks head coach Boris Rybalka began getting texts and phone calls almost immediately after the Humboldt Broncos bus was t-boned by a semi that ran a stop sign on Friday night.
All Ken Kobly wants is a seat at the table.
What could have been.
Requiems are usually sung for the dead, often at funerals. But with Camrose now in Spring, the Augustana choirs are bringing a Requiem for the Living to the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre.
The rumour is we will eventually get spring and, if we play our cards right, summer.