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.
Those looking to quench their thirst can do so on Sept. 9 at the Museum of the Highwood at the "Quenching the Forbidden Thirst" exhibit.
Back to school means back to school lunches and that's a lot trickier than it used to be. Michael Abbott is the section head with
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There are many volunteers in our province who often don't get recognized for the selfless work they do. The Government of Alberta wants t
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The Canadian Federation of Independent Business want Canadians to save for their own retirement and not be forced to through mandatory inc
The Manning Institute says Calgary City Councillors have too much material to go through before council meetings to do their jobs effectiv
A leisurely trail ride can take your mind off your troubles and help ease the problems of children with life threatening or termin
Thanks to a week-long visit from tourism expert Roger Brooks, citizens in Okotoks have downtown development fresh on their minds.Proposed pl
Okotoks is one of Canada's fastest growing communities and town staff are trying to ride that wave of momentum.In line with an upcoming comm
Another long weekend means another round of safety reminders for Albertans who plan on taking to the highway. Just like any other three-d
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business wants to see the Federal Government re-instate the Temporary Foreign Workers Program. Alb
Community planner and tourism expert Roger Brooks released the results of his recent community assessment of the Town of Okotoks at a meetin
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No court appearance for a Calgary man charged in the stabbing deaths of five people at a University of Calgary house party in April. A de
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High River Council was handed as massive stack of papers on last Monday at its Council meeting as members were presented with a shiny, new
All the school supply stores around the Foothills are sure to be packed this week with scrambling parents as they race to get their kids r
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Where there's smoke, there's fire. That's what the Okotoks Fire Department has to assume in their response to multiple smoke investigations
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In what was supposed to be a simple pathway construction project in Wylie Park near the Okotoks Rec Centre, has ended up costing the Town of