By LAURA TESTER

Chinook’s Edge seeking further input on Penhold school

Chinook’s Edge School Division will continue to receive public feedback about design possibilities for a Grade 7-12 school slated to open in September 2014 in Penhold.

  • Nov 14, 2011

No rush to install cable barriers on Hwy 2 north of Red Deer

The provincial government has no immediate plans to install cable barriers along Hwy 2 between Red Deer and Edmonton — a measure that has saved lives between Red Deer and Airdrie.

  • Nov 7, 2011

Stricter impaired driving penalties will save lives: MADD president

Slapping suspected impaired drivers with tougher roadside penalties would go a long ways towards preventing more family tragedies, says a representative for Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

  • Oct 31, 2011
Dusty Spiller

Red Deer runner finished marathon challenge despite injury

A Red Deer man remained committed to finishing as many marathons as he could in seven days, despite an injury midway through his goal.

  • Oct 31, 2011
Dusty Spiller
Linda Saretzky and her grandson Bailey Cullen beside the Christmas Village Scene in her living room.

Elaborate Christmas display amazes guests

An electrician may have felt it was Christmas time already when he entered Linda Saretzky’s home in late October.

  • Oct 31, 2011
Linda Saretzky and her grandson Bailey Cullen beside the Christmas Village Scene in her living room.
Organizer Karl Herzog from the Calgary West Rotary Club and Cindy Oliver of Red Deer

Central Alberta Rotarians trekking to Mount Everest Base Camp for good cause

Trekking nearly 18,000 feet to Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal will become a reality next April for two Rotary Club members from Central Alberta.

  • Oct 31, 2011
Organizer Karl Herzog from the Calgary West Rotary Club and Cindy Oliver of Red Deer