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All you need to know to beat the carbon tax

A new era of efficient windows is linked to a technology right out of science fiction.

 

Books on the Bus up for award

YOU Libraries People’s Choice Award

  • Mar 24th, 2017 by

 

Local church embraces LGBTQ community

Gaetz Memorial United Church exploring becoming an official Affirming Congregation.

 

Stolen mail recovered

Lacombe Police Service

  • Mar 24th, 2017 by

Red Deer MPs reject motion condemning Islamophobia

M-103 receives overwhelming support

Keystone XL approval applauded

Approval of 1,900-km pipeline will improve North American energy security, say supporters.

Man accused of identity theft wanted by police

RCMP found out suspect’s real identity after he was released from custody.

  • Mar 24th, 2017 by

Delburne students get creative to stay healthy

Kids come up with novel ways to be active, eat healthy

Delays in court impacting children

Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre

Big Valley embracing tiny idea

650-square-foot houses on smaller lots attracting big attention

New Court of Queen’s Bench Justice appointed for Red Deer

Justice Marilyn Slawinsky practised in Red Deer for 20 years.

Expansive Canadian journeys fuel latest Red Deer Arts Council exhibit

Trains, Planes and Automobiles can be seen in the Kiwanis Gallery until April 23

RCMP shooting of Red Deer man ruled justified

Man wounded after he pointed what turned out to be replica gun at police

  • Mar 24th, 2017 by

Women of Excellence Awards now accepting nominations

Names will be accepted in 11 categories until April 10

Red Deer man charged with theft of over $100,000 from Christian motorcycle group

Investigation started after non-profit group reported irregularites

  • Mar 24th, 2017 by

Red Deer event will help people learn how to discover family history

Free genealogy workshops, instruction offered

Animal cruelty charges stayed against Ontario zoo owner

Man accused of whipping tigers

  • Mar 23rd, 2017 by

Academic resigns after Maclean’s article backlash

Potter described Quebec a “pathologically alienated and low-trust society”

Ponoka residents warned of scam

Scammers offering fake rebates on water meters.