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Red Deer man charged in neigbourhood dispute won’t go to trial

Robert Charlton agrees to stay away from complainants

First-degree murder trial describes gang-style killing of man in Red Deer alley

First-degree murder trial describes gang-style killing of man in Red Deer alley

Shooting victim, Lloyd Robert Sarson, looked like he was asleep at the steering wheel, says witness

First-degree murder trial describes gang-style killing of man in Red Deer alley

Burlesque show on Thursday night at Red Deer’s International Beer Haus

Local comedy music/duo The Dirrty Show supports the seductive female dancers

Central Alberta regional non-violence coalition honoured for sharing ideas to prevent family violence, seniors abuse

Central Alberta municipalities get a provincial government award for collaboration

Historic Red Deer school moves towards becoming Canada Games central and later, cultural hub

Historic Red Deer school moves towards becoming Canada Games central and later, cultural hub

City Council approves, in principle, new future for old Central elementary school.

Historic Red Deer school moves towards becoming Canada Games central and later, cultural hub

Red Deer’s noise reduction pilot project has limited success

Project wasn’t catching up with target motorists

Red Deer’s water conservation exceeds targets

City Council approves higher benchmark for reducing water use by 2020

Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff                                Festival of Trees elves gathered in their workshop Tuesday this week and are getting close to being finished with their preparations for the festival later this month. The group is just finishing up the last of the 34 trees they will adding to the corporate trees. See related story on page 3.

The 23rd-annual Festival of Trees kicks off in Red Deer next week

Like busy elves in Santa’s workshop, Red Deer-area volunteers are stringing twinkling…

Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff                                Festival of Trees elves gathered in their workshop Tuesday this week and are getting close to being finished with their preparations for the festival later this month. The group is just finishing up the last of the 34 trees they will adding to the corporate trees. See related story on page 3.
Bryan Adams performs at Red Deer’s Centrium on Tuesday

Bryan Adams performs at Red Deer’s Centrium on Tuesday

Canadian music icon set to share new songs and greatest hits

Bryan Adams performs at Red Deer’s Centrium on Tuesday
Review: CAT’s play Making God Laugh is long on caricature, short on insight

Review: CAT’s play Making God Laugh is long on caricature, short on insight

The truest line in CAT’s play Making God Laugh refers to the role parents have in shaping their children’s lives.

Review: CAT’s play Making God Laugh is long on caricature, short on insight
Robin Hood and his Merry Men will leap onto the RDC Arts Centre stage

Robin Hood and his Merry Men will leap onto the RDC Arts Centre stage

He’s been robbing from the rich and giving to the poor for at least 600 years — and there’s no end in sight to his fabled adventures.

Robin Hood and his Merry Men will leap onto the RDC Arts Centre stage
Sylvan Lake-area man found not guilty of attempted murder

Sylvan Lake-area man found not guilty of attempted murder

Andrew Joseph Snow was released from custody Friday by Red Deer Provincial Court judge

Sylvan Lake-area man found not guilty of attempted murder
Red Deer Food Bank Society employee Rollie Wall works in the warehouse Tuesday. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)

Huge increase in demand for hampers at Red Deer Food Bank

Fred Scaife opposes the Alberta carbon tax, saying it will cause more hardship for hard-hit families

Red Deer Food Bank Society employee Rollie Wall works in the warehouse Tuesday. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
Central Albertan wins fight to have photo-radar tickets dropped

Central Albertan wins fight to have photo-radar tickets dropped

Red Deer County resident Jim Seward is still seeking reasons.

Central Albertan wins fight to have photo-radar tickets dropped

Original art sold Saturday in Red Deer

Red Deer pottery and art club members display their talent

Red Deer starts preparing for 2019 Canada Winter Games

Preparation for the 2019 Canada Winter Games is leading to big changes…

Secret speakeasy party benefits two Red Deer non-profits

Museum and Bull Skit provide a chance to charleston for a good cause

Humble country singer Charlie Major to perform at Red Deer’s Memorial Centre

Humble country singer Charlie Major to perform at Red Deer’s Memorial Centre

BY LANA MICHELIN ADVOCATE STAFF Canadian country singer Charlie Major doesn’t hesitate…

Humble country singer Charlie Major to perform at Red Deer’s Memorial Centre
Warrant still out for Red Deer woman accused in fatal hit-and-run collision

Warrant still out for Red Deer woman accused in fatal hit-and-run collision

Amanda Jo-Lynn Larsen failed to appear before a judge last spring

Warrant still out for Red Deer woman accused in fatal hit-and-run collision
Charges dropped in alleged fraud and theme scheme in Consort

Charges dropped in alleged fraud and theme scheme in Consort

Charges were dismissed against an Edmonton man who was charged with running…

Charges dropped in alleged fraud and theme scheme in Consort