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Chris Coombs is a finalist in the Innis & Gunn’s Imagine & Gunn contest to come up with a limited edition Canada-inspired beer. Online voting closes Nov. 24. Josh Aldrich/ Camrose Canadian

Red, white and brew

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.

Our Lady of Mount PLeasant running back Aidan Fenton rushes the ball during their quarter-final game against the Breton Cougars on Saturday. Breton won 80-22. Supplied

Royals take big steps in Season 2

When any athletic program starts up, the mantra usually revolves around keeping expectations reasonable and taking baby steps.

University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings Joedy Dalke, left, blazes a trail for team mate Erik Rust in the CCAA Cross-country Championship in Montreal on Saturday. Supplied

Vikings surprise at cross-country nationals

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 University of Alberta-Augustana Fine Arts Theatre company rehearses for their upcoming production The Best Little Christmas Pageant Ever which opens on Nov. 23 at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre in Camrose. Josh Aldrich/ Camrose Canadian

Play breathes new life into holiday message

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.

Front from left, Camrose County reeve Don Gregorwich and City of Camrose Mayor Norm Mayer sign a proclamation for Family Violence Prevention Month as, back from left, CDSS executive director Margaret Holliston, Family Violence Action Society program director Sheralyn Dobos, Camrose Police Service Const. Kelly Bauer, Canadian Mental Health Association support staff Paige Switzer, and Camrose Women’s Shelter executive director Nora-Lee Rear witness in Camrose on Monday. Josh Aldrich/ Camrose Canadian

Breakfast puts focus on domestic violence

The Camrose Women’s Shelter and the Family Violence Action Society had some serious conversation with the community regarding domestic violence last week.

Camrose Police Services seized a small arsenal of weapons in a search of a four-plex on Mount Pleasant Drive on Nov. 8. Supplied

CPS seize weapons in search of residence

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.

Augustana Vikings Amy Mulder jumps over Kiana Mah for a bump set against The King’s University Eagles during ACAC volleyball action in Camrose Saturday. Josh Aldrich/ Camrose Canadian

Vikings struggle against TKU

The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women’s volleyball team is trying not to let this past weekend’s performance shake them too badly.

CCHS Trojans running back Dorian Gibbs returns a punt 100 yards against the West Central Rebels and Kenny Bertagnolli in Camrose on Thursday. CCHS won 16-14 in their final game of the season. Josh Aldrich/ Camrose Canadian

Trojans march to victory in final game of season

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.