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A local version of the Step up for Somalia fundraising trek is in the works. Eight Somali-Canadians raised $21,000 for the famine-stricken country through a fundraising walk from Calgary to Edmonton last week. The youth stayed overnight in Red Deer on Friday.
Engineering student Fraser Mah always felt more should be done to improve equity in the world.
Rain or shine, the Central Music Festival is back for a fifth year. Boasting more than 25 musical acts, the popular outdoor festival starts on Friday evening and wraps up Sunday afternoon, on Township Road 392 in Red Deer County.
A new generation of skateboarders were introduced to ramps and cool tricks at a clinic in Red Deer on Monday.
Red Deer City RCMP say they have no suspects in Central Alberta’s third murder this year.
Twenty-seven Japanese teenagers came to Red Deer to see the stars, the mountains and taste a little maple syrup.
One third of Donalda residents did not receive utility bills for almost a decade due to financial mismanagement, a report into the village’s affairs found.
Dropped cellphone calls and overall spotty cellphone service in Penhold has prompted the mayor to launch a letter-writing campaign to bring a cell tower to the town south of Red Deer.
Stettler mom Whitney Hall has watched her daughter, Olivia, live with kidney disease for the last eight years.
An educational pilot project developed by the local chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is recruiting volunteers to work on a one-to-one basis with advanced MS sufferers.
The management of the Red Deer College bookstore is officially in the hands of a company based in the United States.
Central Albertan bed and breakfasts are welcoming guests closer to home these days as many international travellers seem to be keeping an eye on their pocket books.
A park-and-ride option is on the table for next year’s Westerner Days after three attendance records were set.
Sisters Teri Seifried and Tina Beisick know a thing or two about racing. The siblings are avid fans of The Amazing Race, a popular reality television show where teams of two race around the world for a $1 million prize.
This week, Mother Nature is showing us her fickle side.
Thirteen-year-old Chelsea Mann wanted to do something out of the ordinary this summer.
A surprise visit by National Defence Minister Peter MacKay thrilled a couple of Penhold staff cadets who sat in the cockpit of a CF-18 Hornet fighter jet on Saturday.
Throngs of Harry Potter fans flocked to Galaxy Cinemas in Red Deer to say goodbye to the magic on Friday.
Retail stores and restoration companies have seen a spike in business after the severe flooding in Eckville and Lacombe this week.
The Town of Three Hills is beginning to cash in on the largest geocaching event ever in Western Canada.