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 was a big day for both, Danielle Smith, and Okotoks Town Councillor, Carrie Fischer who faced PC nominations for the Highwood ridi
Three people are dead following a house fire on Siksika Nation. According to Gleicen RCMP, at about 7:30 Saturday morning, officers were cal
As the spring melt approaches in the Foothills, High River Council has set a clear policy on the use of sandbags. From now on, sandbags w
The MD of Foothills is talking today after the town of Okotoks' request to further study the proposed site of a new high school in Aldersyde
With event season in Okotoks just around the corner, Tudor Manor is hoping its residents can be a part of it.The facility is nearing the hal
Anticipation is building in the Foothills as residents wait to see who will be representing the PC's in Highwood. It seems much of the provi
Members of the committee who worked on the hospital garden project. Lise Brisbois-Blouin 4th from the left, Highwood MLA Danielle Sm
Bears are starting to come out of hibernation and head to the foothills. (photo, Kristy Malin)Spring is here and bears are now starting to l
A man who brought himself up from panhandling on the streets of Toronto to become a successful business owner and philanthropist s
The celebration for Nanton Doctor, John Tenove, goes Saturday night at the Nanton Community Centre. Tenove won the Rural Physician Award
Habitat for Humanity is one step closer to building its affordable duplex in high river. Board member for Habitat for Humanity Southern A
It's safe to say one person who definitely doesn't like the provincial budget is the Wildrose candidate in Highwood. Wayne Anders
High River's historic schoolhouse as been through a lot. During the flood, it was picked up off its base and swept away by the strong rap
A plane crash outside of Helena, Montana on Thursday afternoon has claimed the life of a man from Chestermere.Husband and wife David and Val
Education and health care were two of the biggest focuses of the 2015 provincial budget, but one group wants to put a spotlight on another..
Albertans are going to be paying more for a lot of government services after yesterday's provincial budget. The individual tax rate will
The Alberta School Board Association is concerned about the impact the province's budget will have on students.Education is seeing an overal
Okotoks is being promoted in Japan as a tourism destination.A Japanese delegation recently visited town and got a tour with Mayor Bill Rober
As a way to open up the conversation around mental health, High River Cares has launched a scarf initiative. Fawna Bews with Hearts and M
Get ready to pay more for government, and private services after today's Alberta government budget. The cost of things like land
The budget has been handed down at the legislature in Edmonton. Alberta Health's budget is getting a 0.8-percent increase, while ed
It's a common feeling from High River residents: The flood does not define us. It does not make us who we are. Anyone who lives here kno
The Town of Okotoks is having some concerns about a potential new high school planned to be constructed in Aldersyde.Okotoks owns 50% of the
A school van stolen from Okotoks Junior High School earlier this month has been recovered.Calgary police located the school van with two peo
After months of public consultations Finance Minister Robin Campbell will table what's expected to be a pre-election budget. Afte