The slow healing process has begun for those affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
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.
Tenders for renovation work on the Camrose Aquatic Centre were set to close on April 4, but due to issues with electrical design and late additional coming in, the tender process was extended.
For the next five months, Camrose residents be making use of alternate routes as the much needed replacement of the 48 Avenue bridge is carried out.
Just in time to catch all those summer rays, the new solar panel installation at the Camrose Habitat for Humanity ReStore is online.
Chester Ronning School is being replaced, and it could not happen at a better time.
The City of Camrose is one step closer to a backyard chicken pilot project.
Alfie Myhre has been able to reconnect with his hometown and his roots all through the restoration of a Hardanger fiddle.
Camrose firefighters were unable to save a house from a fire on the evening of March 14.
There will be no Logos Christian program in Battle River School Division next year.
Defunding the Nordic team has caught most of the attention, but the budget cuts go far deeper at the University of Alberta-Augustana than the athletic department.
One of the world's most polarizing figures will be beamed into the University of Alberta-Augustana in a couple of weeks.
Camrose's best laid plans for an upgraded wastewater treatment facility could be going down the drain.
The Rose City Curling Club is hoping their investment in the future will stem the flow of red ink.
The Camrose Aquatic Centre renovation still a go, but it will likely cost a lot more than originally expected.
The Camrose Women's Shelter was cautiously optimistic about more funding for emergency women's shelters in the 2018 Federal Budget.
Camrose drivers will need to make alternate travel plans starting in a couple of weeks.
With one traffic stop, Camrose Police Service and Camrose RCMP believe they have taken a big player in the drug trafficking and theft scene off the road.