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Running with Rhyno: 15 things nobody tells you about running

Running with Rhyno: 15 things nobody tells you about running

Is it spring yet? I don’t know about you but I am…

Running with Rhyno: 15 things nobody tells you about running
Rhyno: Red Deer Regional Hospital – Situation Critical

Rhyno: Red Deer Regional Hospital – Situation Critical

Last week a group of Central Alberta doctors went public about the…

Rhyno: Red Deer Regional Hospital – Situation Critical
Running with Rhyno: Treadmills, prisons and Oscar Wilde

Running with Rhyno: Treadmills, prisons and Oscar Wilde

It came as no surprise for me to learn that the treadmill…

Running with Rhyno: Treadmills, prisons and Oscar Wilde
Indoor track may be good for some, but not me

Indoor track may be good for some, but not me

Earlier this week I spent $9 to run around an oval track for an hour.

Indoor track may be good for some, but not me
Naming homicide victims

Naming homicide victims

Five years ago Talia Meguinis was brutally murdered and stuffed in a…

Naming homicide victims
Running with Rhyno:Secret to successful running is … you

Running with Rhyno:Secret to successful running is … you

I’m letting you in on a little secret today. Call it my belated Christmas gift to you.

Running with Rhyno:Secret to successful running is … you
Running with Rhyno: Top 10 Gifts for Runners

Running with Rhyno: Top 10 Gifts for Runners

Winter has arrived in all its bitter cold glory. Bah humbug. You’re…

Running with Rhyno: Top 10 Gifts for Runners
Running with Rhyno: Time to change up the runner birthday tradition

Running with Rhyno: Time to change up the runner birthday tradition

Birthdays, when you are a runner, involve more than presents and birthday…

Running with Rhyno: Time to change up the runner birthday tradition

Running with Rhyno: Running through the tears

Learn to love hills. They will make you stronger. Do not give…

Running with Rhyno: Catching up with Kari Elliott

Running with Rhyno: Catching up with Kari Elliott

RDC running coach ran a 2:52 personal best marathon in Kelowna

Running with Rhyno: Catching up with Kari Elliott

Running with Rhyno: Battling post-race blues

Sorry, running. I am just not into you.

North Red Deer celebrates 100 years

North of the River celebrates its 100th year with a birthday bash later this month. The Riverside Meadows Community Association hosts the 2011 Village of North Red Deer centennial event on Aug. 27 at the North Cottage School and Koinonia Christian School at 5704 60th St.

  • Aug 17, 2011

Province brings back fuel subsidy program

Alberta Education is rolling out an estimated $13 million fuel subsidy program this fall to help school boards deal with rising gas prices.

Fort Normandeau was busy this weekend as people took to the Red Deer River in rafts

River patrol focuses on safety

Nothing beats being the lure of water on a hot summer day. With temperatures reaching the high 20s throughout the weekend, many enjoyed the time-honoured tradition of floating on rafts, canoes, kayaks and other devices on the Red Deer River.

  • Aug 15, 2011
Fort Normandeau was busy this weekend as people took to the Red Deer River in rafts
Angela Dore eats a traditional meal with friends in Botswana.

Dore hopes to return to Africa

When Angela Dore left Botswana earlier this month, she knew it wouldn’t be the last time her feet touched African soil.

  • Aug 15, 2011
Angela Dore eats a traditional meal with friends in Botswana.
Al Barker takes a brief moment to relax in the sun against his rig at the annual Alberta Big Rig event held at Westerner Park over the weekend.

Truck drivers welcome new safety regulations

A T-shirt inside a booth at the annual Alberta Big Rig reads, “Trucking is not a job. It’s a lifestyle.” Long-haul driver Al Barker is living it.

Al Barker takes a brief moment to relax in the sun against his rig at the annual Alberta Big Rig event held at Westerner Park over the weekend.
Diane Womacks dances to a tune at the Central Music Festival Sunday afternoon. Warm weather and camping helped draw crowds to the fifth annual festival.

Plenty of sunshine, good tunes greet crowds at Central Music Festival

The sights and the sounds of fifth annual Central Music Festival drew hundreds to the outdoor site on the old C & E trail in Red Deer County throughout the weekend.

Diane Womacks dances to a tune at the Central Music Festival Sunday afternoon. Warm weather and camping helped draw crowds to the fifth annual festival.
Jack Fortin holds out a tray of gold jewelry about to by weighed. Fortin is urging people to hold on to their gold despite increasing trading value.

Buyer urges eager sellers to hold off on gold rush

With gold trading at record prices, Central Albertans are cashing in on a golden opportunity.

Jack Fortin holds out a tray of gold jewelry about to by weighed. Fortin is urging people to hold on to their gold despite increasing trading value.
A pedestrian walks through the Canadian University College campus. Classes at Canadian University College start on Sept. 7.

More attend Bible schools

The future looks bright for Central Alberta Bible colleges. There’s no sign Canadian University College, Prairie Bible Institute and Living Faith Bible College will follow suit of Gardner College.

  • Aug 12, 2011
A pedestrian walks through the Canadian University College campus. Classes at Canadian University College start on Sept. 7.
Darcy Ouellet

Record haul expected for Tools for Schools

The annual drive for school supplies is shaping up to be one for the record books. Tools for School program co-ordinator Laura Wolfe estimated that 1,200 local students will receive backpacks filled with school supplies through this year’s program.

  • Aug 11, 2011
Darcy Ouellet