There is an old cliché about those who win a battle get to write the history books.
Josh Aldrich, Camrose Canadian
With a mass of RV’s leaving Camrose this past Monday, a whole new caravan of motor homes is set to roll into town on Saturday.
After 18 main stage acts and 10 more in the Coors Banquet Saloon, it is time to break down the good, the bad, and the ugly of BVJ.
Big Valley Jamboree organizers believe the short-term pain of installing an selling their new stage thrust is well worth the investment.
Cornerstone Christian Academy will live on as a private institution.
The Camrose Sea Serpents swam past their competition to win their own Alberta Summer Swim Association meet at the Manluk Centre in Wetaskwin this weekend.
One of Big Valley Jamboree's crowd-favourite traditions has nothing to do with honky tonks and broken down trucks.
The Camrose Kodiaks' newest member of their coaching staff is a very familiar face.
Ken Stead never considered a career in country music up until a couple of years ago. Now he will be performing on the main stage at Big Valley Jamboree.
Drew Gregory grew up partying in the Big Valley Jamboree campgrounds, this year he gets to play ring leader.
Paul Brandt knows he has done his job when there's not a dry eye in the house.
After 52 years on the road, there are few places the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band looks forward to coming to more than Alberta.
The biggest storyline heading into this year's Big Valley Jamboree may not be the artists, but rather the stage they are performing on.
As Big Valley Jamboree enters its second quarter century, the country music smorgasbord has the unruly task of trying to constantly one-up the year before.
Patricia Conroy was one of the first artists to ever play the main stage at Big Valley Jamboree. This year she will make her long awaited return to the heart beat of the music festival.
The pattern of reaction following a shooting is painfully predictable.
With the city expecting an influx of about 20,000 people for Big Valley Jamboree, administration is reminding all festival traffic to take Camrose Drive to get there.
The completion of the 48 Avenue bridge will be delayed by about a month.
Sometimes all you need is a little luck out on the golf course.
There is no bigger fallacy in professional sports than the expectation of loyalty.