Camrose County decided at its Jan. 10 meeting it will look further into the possibility of extending a waterline from Armena to the Ervick Industrial Area.
Camrose County has introduced fees for the plowing of rural driveways, and most seem willing to anti up for the service.
Organizers of the Camrose Bull Congress kept the future at the forefront of their minds when they set up this year's event.
There is a new option for local residents wanting to bury their loved ones.
Discussion got heated as Camrose city council once again brought up the subject of barricades placed to circumvent shortcutting in the West Grandview area.
Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Richard Starke believes the best way forward in Alberta is with an ununified right.
New years are about new beginnings, but very few can claim the fresh start Rob and Meghan Kearns did as they started the new journey as parents.
The Camrose Aquatic Centre shut down for its annual period of maintenance on Monday, but everything is being done with an eye to its eventual replacement.
While local farmers did not experience the disastrous harvests of Brazeau and Lac Ste. Anne, Camrose county has reached out to recreational vehicle operators to help preserve any crops left in the fields after the early snowfall.
Alert to all dogs, there is a new warden in town.
The future of Camrose’s seven service roads on 48th Ave. was the topic of discussion at city council’s committee of the whole meeting Dec. 19.
The new carbon tax went live on Sunday, but already the effects are being felt.
The City of Camrose helped cites ring in the new year with a full slate of activities at the Recreation Centre on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017.
Putting new meaning in Boxing Day, a 31-year-old man punched a cougar to save his dog after being attacked in Whitecourt on Monday.A 31-year-old Red Deer man had been walking his dog near a wooded behind a Tim Hortons on Elko Drive around 6:30 p.m. when a cougar attacked the man’s dog.The man yelled and punched the cougar, making the animal drop hi
Last year’s Grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 students were presented with honours during an awards ceremony at École Camrose Composite High School Dec. 16.
The City of Camrose invites you and your family to help us celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with some Canadian Winter Fun on Jan. 1, 2107.
Local design enthusiasts set to work early this fall preparing proposals for the perfect downtown pocket park.
The Camrose Police Service would like the public to be aware of the latest in a stream of different frauds being carried out in the area.
“Budget time” might signal tedium to all but the most civically involved, but this city budget has something many Camrose residents can get excited about.