The Camrose Royal Canadian Legion Branch 57 put youth at the front of their Remembrance Day Ceremony this year.
The Camrose Women’s Shelter and the Family Violence Action Society had some serious conversation with the community regarding domestic violence last week.
Four people have been charged following a Camrose Police Service search of a residence that turned up six firearms, other weapons, and a small quantity of drugs and items related to drug trafficking.
Municipal Affairs Minister Shaye Anderson was in Camrose last week painting a rosy picture of the current state of the economic climate in Alberta.
Jann Arden is known best in Canada for her music and to a second degree her irreverent sense of humour.
Aaron Taves proved he is among the best mechanics in the world at the World Skills competition in Abu Dhabi.
As Canada honours those who have fought for this country, the Royal Canadian Legion looks to the future.
From fidget spinners, to newspaper clippings to event programs and promotional business items, if it happened in 2017, organizers of the new time capsule want to be able to tell the story of Camrose 50 years from now.
Local producers are breathing a sigh of relief as just about everyone got their crops in before the snow fell this year.
The City of Camrose is playing the long game in their fight to control Canada Thistle.
Rajan Rathnavalu believes society is ready to move from just talking about change to actually putting it into motion.
It took seven years but three Camrose churches have come together to open a refugee centre.
Tabb Lane is sending two teams to the Youth Bowling Club provincials.
Downtown Camrose wants your help in showcasing traditions from around the world at inaugural The Celebration of Lights event.
Awareness is at the centre of Family Violence Protection Month throughout November.
Camrose Council will look quite similar to the last four years.
Seven years ago Bra Necessities opened its doors in Camrose and this year they expanded to Moose Jaw, Sask.
The City of Camrose is preparing for one final send off to Canada 150, but they are looking for help from the community to pull it off.
This year’s Spirit of the Land Conference is set to take a hard look at how businesses can solve social issues.