Elmer Schroeder gained an unique, inverted view of the community when he started making pages for the Camrose Canadian in 1962.
Camrose County Council
Tia Lalani and Allen Berger
Cornerstone Christian Academy will live on as a private institution.
Camrose County reached an agreement with the City of Camrose that will buy them time to make a decision about their sand and salt supply.
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.
Jackie Rae Greening has seen just about everything over the last 19 years at the Kick'N Country Parade that signals the beginning of Big Valley Jamboree.
Drew Conlon is prepared for his annual promenade in his mom’s red pumps.
“Amazing,” said 12-year-old Josh Agrey in the wake of a strong hot wind stirred up by the whirring to life of 10 Canadair CT-114 Tutor jet engines.
Every once in a while Mother Nature comes through.
As Canada moves ahead with its push to greener energy sources, there is a past that risks being swept under the rug.
Camrose City Council appears set to move forward with voting in its cannabis smoking regulations.
Higher development permit fees for cannabis retail stores in Camrose County will reflect the extra cost of processing such permits.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s debt clock gave Camrose a view of $45 billion in debt Monday.
With pilots for parents, Captain Sarah Dallaire always believed flying was an option available to her.
The Camrose Railway Museum and Park will shine a light on how the region came to be while turning back the clock.
All Major Denis Bandet wanted to be when he was growing was a Snowbird.
The Canadian Mental Health Association’s 20th annual Val Wolski memorial golf tournament celebrated a century of growth in the organization’s vision.