The old saying goes, it’s not what you know but who you know.
Forest fires are raging in British Columbia and the smoke was expected to roll over the Rocky Mountains and into Central Alberta this week.
Three more families have planted roots in Camrose thanks to Habitat for Humanity.
Alberta Health Services is advising people not to swim or wade in Miquelon Lake due to elevated levels of fecal coliforms.
The 48 Avenue bridge project is having its budget reduced. Jeremy Enarson, the director of Engineering at the City of Camrose said the contractor’s bids came in lower than anticipated. Instead of a budget of $8 million, it has been proposed to have the budget be reduced to $6.7 million. That leaves $1.127 million in grant funding that could be used
Camrose County has requested a meeting with Alberta Minister of Environment, Shannon Phillips, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, and Wetaskawin-Camrose MLA Bruce Hinkley to discuss the Wetland Restoration Compensation Directive.
There is no doubting summer is with temperatures hitting near 30 C in Camrose late last week and more of the same in the forecast for this weekend.
Two houses were destroyed by a lightning strike in the early morning of July 6.
Ryan Sweiss is willing to go the extra mile to raise awareness to end domestic violence.
Not even an evening storm could dampen the Canada 150 celebrations – they were just moved indoors.
Camrose County is mulling over a proposal to put in an agribusiness on a plot of land just west of Camrose on Highway 834.
Councillor Bill Sears wants to know what your vision is for Camrose for the future.
Mayor Norm Mayer has unfinished business.
Battle River School Division has voted to terminate their current relationship with the Cornerstone Christian Academy, despite being swamped with hate-filled emails.
June is LGBTQ pride month and the Camrose Pride Community threw a barbecue in on Saturday in honour of it.
Thursday nights in Camrose have gotten a lot fresher.
Hine Crowchild of Red Thunder the Next Generation, an Aboriginal dance group from Calgary, dances for all those who can’t.
The Battle River School Division has decided to proceed ahead with plans for a Logos Christian education plan for the 2018-19 school year.
With the vote for uniting Alberta’s right wing parties around the corner, Progressive Conservative leader Jason Kenney made a stop in Camrose on Tuesday.