Bird enthusiasts get ready for the ninth annual Camrose Purple Martin Festival at the Stoney Creek Centre this weekend.
City of Camrose administration is proposing a 150-metre buffer to be put in place between any school or health care centre and businesses selling cannabis.
Karma Deakin-Harb has had many difficult days om the last seven years, Saturday was not one of them.
As the Camrose Royal Canadian Legion Branch 57 gathered to honour those who fought on D-Day, they were also looking to find a new way forward.
Alberta Party leader Stephen Mandel is positive the party will be a factor in the 2019 provincial election.
Local producers will be filling up downtown this evening and every Thiursday for the rest of summer with the opening of the Downtown Market.
Following its annual convention and general meeting June 1, the Alberta Weekly Newspapers Association doled out a bevy of honours and awards to its members.
Camrose City Council gave first reading to a proposed rezoning of parkland for the potential construction of a fourplex assisted living facility by Catholic Social Services on Monday.
University of Alberta-Augustana graduates were encouraged to think independently and to use the lessons they learned through their education as they shape the future of our society.
It took a day to hit it's stride, but Jaywalkers Jamboree danced it's way through three full days of downtown rides, sales, and entertainment on the weekend.
When Ben Paulson signed up for the MS Bike Tour last year, he did not quite understand what he was committing to.
When Rev. Larry Pederson retires, his legacy will live on for the next century in the new St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Camrose.
The Alberta Party is busy setting up a shop in Camrose and is looking to fill a void in the local provincial political scene.
About 15 purple-clad people took to the Camrose streets on Thursday last week for the first Strides of Hope walk.
Camrose will be honouring two organizations with their Canada Day celebrations this year.
The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench in Wetaskiwin rejected an application for an injunction that would delay the severance of the Cornerstone Christian Academy from the Battle River School Division until the court process can play out.
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For 61 years people have flooded the Camrose Airport for breakfast on the last Sunday in May.
One year into their existence and local energy company Newo is working on expanding the scope of their business and programs.