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Westerner Days are almost here. Between July 20 and July 24, Westerner Park will be alive with the sound of laughter and music coming from Central Alberta’s largest summer celebration.
Rejoicing in their homeland’s independence, members of Central Alberta’s South Sudanese community, sang, danced and waved Canadian and Sudanese flags in front of City Hall on Saturday.
It is a safe bet to say many foreign travellers fall in love with Canada.
For a group of five Central Albertans a 10-minute brush with royalty is one they won’t soon forget.
Clutching a white teddy bear, Air Cadet Jasmine Kruschel may have looked uneasy but she was far from a camp neophyte standing in line at an intake station at the Penhold Air Cadet Summer Training Centre on Sunday.
When pilot Ulrich Bollinger flies over Central Alberta in his canary yellow Harvard Mark IV aircraft, he can see the remnants of history.
The local learning disabilities centre has been given new life after an outpouring support from the community helped re-open the doors of the nonprofit organization.
Red Deer’s Neil Johnson remembers a time when there was little laughter in his home.
The Central Alberta chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada has been forced to shuffle some of its services after participation faltered in two of the chapter’s largest summer campaigns.
Mosquito bites can be itchy and irritating but just one bite from a mosquito carrying the West Nile virus can be deadly.
A Leedale Colony School teacher who once taught in the Danish school system has been awarded for her efforts in the one-room school. Teacher/principal Gwen Olsen received the 2011 Outstanding Colony Educators’ Award recently at the Alberta Colony Educators’ Conference in Medicine Hat.
Family and friends are continuing to search for a 40-year-old man who went missing carrying a firearm near Rocky Mountain House last Friday.
Facing a $118-million deficit budget and declining enrolment, Chinook’s Edge School Division has been forced to cut 16 full-time equivalent teachers for the 2011-12 school year.
Declining enrolment has forced the Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools to amalgamate two special education programs in its elementary schools.
Mother Nature gave rural students a chilly break from classes Tuesday. Wolf Creek Public Schools, which encompasses Ponoka and Lacombe counties, closed its 33 schools and halted its bus routes due to severe temperatures and wind conditions.