There will be no Canada 125 time capsule unveiling at the Canada Day celebrations.
Camrose County council accepted a $37,090 tender from the Edmonton Motors Limited for a new one-ton truck at their June 13 meeting. The original budget for the purpose of purchasing a new truck was set at $50,000, so that means there is $12,910 left over to equip the truck with a gravel box if need be. There was a concern at the county council meet
The next City of Camrose council will receive a bump in pay.
Purple martins are facing sharp declines in their numbers, and a local bird watcher is helping to educate people on the Camrose Wildlife Stewardship Society’s flagship bird.
The future of Cornerstone Christian Academy's partnership with the Battle River School Division is up in the air following a school board meeting on Thursday.
Camrose’s new top cop is making a bit of a homecoming.
Alberta Lieutenant Governor General Lois Mitchell delivered a message of life-long education to the members of the 644 Camrose Cougars Royal Canadian Air Cadets during their annual ceremonial review gala.
City of Camrose council has set a new direction for the naturalization project.
Curtis Luchak has a problem that many people would like to have — having too many gold medals.
Kick off your summer with Indigenous culture and dance that will take centre stage at University of Alberta-Augustana campus in Camrose.
Bird lovers rejoice, the eighth annual Camrose Purple Martin Festival is ready to take flight at the Stoney Creek Centre.
The first woman to finish the first leg of this year’s Johnson MS Bike Tour has been battling the disease for five years.
You don’t have to leave the area to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.
The Johnson MS Bike Tour rolls into Camrose this weekend with hopes of raising $2 million for multiple sclerosis research.
The past was nothing to dwell upon as 128 University of Alberta-Augustana graduates who received their degrees.
Storms on opening day could not keep jaywalkers out of the street.
Camrose Police Services has a new chief.
A local company is helping to put First Nations students into a career in heavy equipment operation.
Thanks to some warmer weather of late farmers have finally been able to get out into the field the last couple of weeks.