It was a reunion more than three weeks in the making, but an Alberta family have their dog back safe and sound.
Each spring means budget planning for municipal governments and others that depend on the Alberta Government for much of their funding.
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers and the RCMP are reminding motorists to be safe at intersections in Drumheller. January is Intersection Safety Month and fines can vary depending on the…
Lately it's been feeling a lot like spring has paid the Drumheller Valley a visit, but that's just from the Chinook weather.
One of the most popular programs for local people at the Royal Tyrrell Museum is about to pick up again for the spring.
Calling all actors and directors!
The Drumheller Institution marks a milestone later this year. It was September 9, 1967 that the medium security prison opened on Drumheller's South Hill and the current staff have decided to…
Most of us don't complain about the Chinook weather, but it does create one problem; icy roads and sidewalks.
Perhaps no-one appreciates the end of the Christmas season more than the people at the Salvation Army, who work tirelessly to make sure that nobody goes without during the holidays.
There's fewer than six months until the 'greatest story ever told' returns to the Badlands near the Drumheller Ski Hill.