A body has been found after fire ripped through the Bashaw Motor Inn early Sunday.
A Bashaw motel that burned to the ground over the weekend, killing one person, had been the target of racist vandals.
Aaron Taves competed in his first regional skills competition when he was in Grade 11 and has swiftly gone from placing fifth at provincials to winning gold at nationals this past summer in Moncton, NB.
“Oxy eighties.” “Shady eighties.” “Green beans.”
Alberta researchers hope 5,000 seniors across the province can help them improve the health of those with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and heart disease.
Following up on its 2014 study of income inequality in Camrose, which highlighted affordable housing, childcare and transportation as challenges for the city, the Social Development Committee presented results Sept. 19 from a 2016 survey of local organizations that reaffirmed the lack of access to affordable housing or emergency shelter in Camrose.
Does your home have a smoke alarm? According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the answer is likely yes; NFPA research shows that most Canadian homes have at least one. But do you know how old your smoke alarms are? If you’re like most people, you’re probably not sure.
For most of us, influenza will cause a few days of fever, cough and generally feeling unwell. But for some, this highly contagious respiratory disease can lead to severe complications resulting in hospitalization or even death.
On Sept. 29 and 30, Camrose residents may have seen school children, teachers and neighbours sporting bright orange shirts throughout the city.
On Sept. 8, two City of Camrose workers were conducting land surveys near the “old ski jump” when they spotted what appeared to be a young cougar. The cougar showed no aggressive or threatening behaviour and has not been seen again. Since this sighting, Camrose fish and wildlife officers and the Camrose Police Service have received several calls fr
A small group of Falun Gong practitioners from Edmonton made its way through Camrose and Wetaskwin Sept. 21, adding to a tour that has reached over 300 Canadian communities and drawn attention to China’s killing of conscience prisoners for their organs.
Camrose residents will have until Oct. 9 to help St. Patrick Catholic School fill its library shelves.
During his morning visit at École Charlie Killam, Alberta’s Education Minister David Eggen answered questions, listened to the Grade 8 band and watched a group act out a mini story.
The Camrose Police Service Major Crimes Unit concluded a drug operation last week resulting in a variety of drug trafficking related charges being laid against a total of eight individuals.
Few things are as thrilling to elementary aged students as the wailing sirens of fire trucks and ambulances. The Grade 3 students at Jack Stuart school had the opportunity to step inside and learn about both vehicles during Traffic Safety Day Sept. 13.
With freshly painted classrooms and a new principal, the school year is off to a good start for the students at Camrose Outreach School (formerly known as PACE).
After reporting in July that Camrose’s twice weekly fixed route bus service was suffering from low ridership, the city is making some changes.
The Battle River School Division board of trustees will have familiar faces on the executive for the coming year, though in different seats.
For the last 16 years, the Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards have recognized those within communities across Alberta who have dedicated time and effort to bettering their communities.