Water levels are down significantly in parts of High River, with some roads completely dry now.
Unfortunately, many parts of the East side of High River, most noteably Hampton Hills are still under a lot of water and it could be days before residents are allowed to return to their homes.
Below are pictures taken by Sean Emmett of the parts of High River that are accessible. More updates will come as soon as they are available.
It's not everyday in the Foothills that a multi-million dollar takeover of a company occurs.On Monday, Okotoks based Mullen Group Ltd. acqui
We asked High River residents on our Facebook page whether or not they would keep the town slogan "High River - Home of Heartland." Altho
Okotoks town council has received some good news from the City of Calgary. In a letter to town council on Monday, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nensh
The Wildrose Party lost another couple of its MLA's Monday. Kerry Towle and Little Bow MLA Ian Donovan, who's riding includes Vul
Shoppers in downtown High River shouldn't have to worry about trudging through the snow to get to the store of their choice. The
The Annual Charity Checkstop is all set to return to High River again this Christmas season. Last year, in their first ever crack at it H
A decade of dwindling bee populations across North America has sounded the alarm on Colony Collapse Disorder.The strange phenomenon has seen
A busy day for High River councillors with lots on the agenda for their regular meeting today. One topic that will be brought up is wheth
As we move deeper into the winter season, the Town of Nanton is seeking out as many snow angels as possible. Just like the other communit
Some lofty predictions came true over the weekend when it came to the success of Light Up Okotoks on Friday evening.Over 10,000 people storm
Foothills Fire and MD of Foothills Peace Officers were called out to a two-vehicle collision on Highway 2 Monday morning.The collision took
Okotoks Town Council will vote on a motion today that aims to make it more clear just how your tax dollars are being spent. In her first not
In an effort to increase the safety for students, the Town of High River and Spitzee Elementary are implementing road restrictions near th
Buying presents and decorating our homes may be top of the list for most of us this Christmas, but the High River Fire Department wants us
An Okotoks holiday tradition aimed at supporting local business is back again this year. The Christmas passport program gives residents the
Black Diamond Council is hoping the entire region will benefit from a new partnership with the MD of Foothills.The town and MD have both app
The warm weather has come and gone, but that doesn't mean you can't still be active. The Town of High River is releasing its winter commu
High River is a vibrant place during the holiday season, and now a website has been created to make sure you don't miss out on any of the ac
A new app for students has made its way to the Foothills, and with it, it's brought along degrading, hateful, racist and sexist comments.The
On Sat. Nov. 22, a Christmas market with over 50 vendors with be coming to the Heritage Inn Hotel to help you will your holiday shopping.
Light Up Okotoks does a lot more for the town than just make it brighter. The annual event, which takes place tonight also gives a boost to
Premier Jim Prentice doesn't want to start speculating on what his government will have to do to counteract the low price of oil. He atte
It's the same drill every year. Drive to a mall in the city, fight your way through the parking lot, then wait an hour, maybe even two, a