Big Valley Jamboree brings 20,000 people into a compact area over a four-day period, making safety and security paramount.
The Camrose Police Service is seeking public assistance for information related to two recent arsons.
In the early morning of Aug. 6, Camrose police conducted a traffic stop at Big Valley Jamboree campsites when they observed a vehicle be driven during restricted hours.
Ground has been broken on a new and unique subdivision within Camrose.
Alberta's Minister of Municipal Affairs, Shaye Anderson stopped in Camrose on Aug.9 as a part of a tour through rural Alberta.
There is a boil water advisory in effect for New Norway until further notice.
Big Valley Jamboree concert goers took everything Mother Nature could throw at them and kept on rocking.
Big Valley Jamboree celebrated their 25th birthday with iconic performances, comebacks by artists and a party that rolled all weekend long.
Big Valley Jamboree brought more than country music fans to Camrose.
With Big Valley Jamboree in its 25th year, there are lots of stories from people who have been attending the festival for many years.
Camrose was never the originally intended home of Big Valley Jamboree, but as the festival turns 25, it is hard to imagine the city without it.
The 48th avenue bridge is set to go under construction later this month.
The Camrose Police Service is calling for better vigilance in ensuring cars are left locked.
A new era of crime fighting has been ushered in for Camrose.
When a single music festival brings 20,000 people to a city for four days, there is always going to be an impact made on the community.
The Rotary Club of Camrose and the City of Camrose will be the installing a new playground in the Stoney Creek Park.
Big Valley Jamboree will be kicked off next week with the annual parade.
The Camrose Women’s Shelter has big dreams for helping families looking to break the cycle of domestic violence.
The Camrose Centennial Museum has hatched a plan to help keep it viable for the next 50 years.