The Camrose Chamber of Commerce unveiled their executive and board members for 2018 at the their annual general meeting on Feb. 7 at the Camrose Resort and Casino Front, left to right: Denise Hawkins, Jenn Henderson, Julie Girard, Trevor Vinet, Chuck Erman, Jessica Puddicombe; back: Ron Sutherland, Tony Metivier, Sharon Anderson, Jennifer Routhier, Jason Heise, Sterling Bascello, Samuel Bowen, Marilou Yampolsky. Missing from the photo is Tracy Brandingen. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

Camrose Chamber faces big issues in 2018

This will be an important year for the Camrose Chamber of Commerce as the economy continues to emerge from a recession and businesses look ahead to a $15 per hour minimum wage reality.

Battle River School Division voted to end their relationship with Cornerstone Christian Academy in Kingman on June 29. File photo

Future of Cornerstone Christian Academy uncertain

The Cornerstone Christian Academy Society is frustrated negotiations have been discontinued by Battle River School Division on a new partnership agreement that would keep the Kingman school under the umbrella of the public school board.

The semifinals delivered the biggest crowds of the Meridian Canadian Open in Camrose on Saturday. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

Canadian Open a big win for Camrose

Chelsea Carey and Peter De Cruz were not the only big winners from the Meridian Canadian Open, the Pinty's Grand Slam event was a major win for the city and the Rose City Curling Club.

BRSD accepting Logos registration

The Battle River School Division has announced they will officially be taking registrations for a Logos Christian education program for the 2018-19 school year.

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