Almost 100 people were at the Stoney Creek Centre to continue the Marathon of Hope in Camrose on Sunday.
Camrose City council is taking another look at urban chickens and if the cluck is worth the considerable buck.
Seventeen groups of super heroes, pirates and workout warriors took to the streets of Camrose on Saturday to raise money for the Open Door Association.
Camrose voters will have fewer candidates to choose from in this next election than four years ago.
Battle River School Division is looking for more candidates for Ward 1 in the City of Camrose.
Plans for a vastly improved emergency room highlighted Covenant Heath CEO Patrick Dumelie’s annual visit to St. Mary’s Hospital in Camrose.
City of Camrose administration have been told by council the Transportation Master Plan needs more work.
For 6th Camrose Cub Scouts leader Laura Jacobsen there are few days more important to promote the club than Community Registration Night.
For the University of Alberta-Augustana the balance of students enrolled at the post-secondary institution is almost more important than the overall number.
While wildfires continue to burn in B.C. it was a quite summer for Camrose fire fighters.
If you’re wondering what there is to do in Camrose, head over to the field house on Thursday.
Camrosians will be going back to the polls this October, but for those wanting to be on the ballot the first day that matters is in September.
Battle River-Crowfoot MP Kevin Sorenson says he turned down the opportunity to sit in Conservative Party of Canada leader Andrew Scheer’s shadow cabinet.
Our Lady of Mount Pleasant High School has a bit of a different look to it this year.
Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association were in Camrose on the weekend hoping to dispel inaccurate stereotypes and characterizations of their faith.
People are often so focused on seeing the rest of the world, they miss what’s happening in their own backyard.
The Open Minds Run and Walk had an increase in participation and funds raised this year.
Camrose Police Services have laid drug trafficking charges on two suspects following a traffic stop on Monday morning.
This school year has not yet started and already the Battle River School Division is looking to next year.