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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.
Alberta Education is rolling out an estimated $13 million fuel subsidy program this fall to help school boards deal with rising gas prices.
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.
When Angela Dore left Botswana earlier this month, she knew it wouldn’t be the last time her feet touched African soil.
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.
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.
With gold trading at record prices, Central Albertans are cashing in on a golden opportunity.
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.
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.