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.
Just like any other long weekend, the number one concern across Alberta is road safety. Highway enforcement is always increased during lo
This week's hot and dry weather has made grass and trees around the Foothills extremely.Because of this, the MD of Foothills has announced a
While it may seem like a great way to cool off on a hot summer day, the High River Fire Department is reminding residents of the dangers o
The Town of High River is reminding residents that several town facilities will be closed on Aug. 1. Mayor Craig Snodgrass says the facil
It seems a 7-week education campaign on the Town of Okotok's new garbage program may have worked. It's been just over a week since the exces
The Alberta Electric System Operator is asking Albertans to voluntarily reduce electricity use during this hot spell. Due to the hot weat
High River residents may start to encounter some disruptions near their homes as the Town of High River has hired a contracting company to
Okotoks RCMP are looking for the public's help in locating the driver of a vehicle that failed to remain at the scene of a crash S
With school out in Okotoks, town crews have decided now is the best time to do some repairs on a busy road near Okotoks Junior High School.C
The Wildrose party is asking Premier Dave Hancock to call in the RCMP to look into the latest allegations regarding the travel hab
The heat wave is coming! With the forecast in Okotoks, High River and the surrounding area calling for temperatures near 30 degrees and lot'
High River's mayor has a meeting set up with the municipal affairs minister to talk about the DRP program as well as other issues.
The Foothills School Division didn't just have schools damaged in last year's flood. It also lost a lot of information stored on
The province's Agriculture and Tourism departments are getting together again this August to show off Alberta farms. Open Farm Da
Fire Department encourages those hoping to roast marshmallows this week to do so safely (File Photo)There's nothing quite like a warm summer
This past year has brought many challenges into the lives of High River's youth. On Monday July, 28 the High River United Church is openin
A 27 year old woman from Okotoks is facing several charges after an incident Saturday morning that saw police on a chase from Weyburn to t
With the August 30th deadline for residents in floodways to decide what to do with their homes getting closer, the number of people sellin
High River business owners and residents concerned about the slow pace of construction on MacLeod Trail aren't alone. Mayor Craig
Normally passed in December, but delayed due to June's flood, High River Council passed the 2014 Rate Bylaw on Monday. The new rate
For the second time in the span of a year, Kieth Carlson will appear on national television. The Chef and Owner of Roy's Place in Claresh