Lana Michelin

Reconnecting with Blackfoot roots inspired Red Deer artist

Reconnecting with Blackfoot roots inspired Red Deer artist

Red Deer artist Ryan Willert is sharing his Blackfoot culture through line…

Reconnecting with Blackfoot roots inspired Red Deer artist
Fundraising for RDC’s new $88-million athletic/learning centre is on track

Fundraising for RDC’s new $88-million athletic/learning centre is on track

Central Albertans dig deep to help raise money for the project

Fundraising for RDC’s new $88-million athletic/learning centre is on track
Red Deer entertainers to be recognized at first-annual awards ceremony

Red Deer entertainers to be recognized at first-annual awards ceremony

Winners will be honoured in a dozen categories on Jan. 14 at The Vat

Red Deer entertainers to be recognized at first-annual awards ceremony
City of Red Deer anticipates more garbage bags over the holidays

City of Red Deer anticipates more garbage bags over the holidays

Four free extra-waste tags are available to local residents

City of Red Deer anticipates more garbage bags over the holidays
Eckville Hotel bar robbed at gunpoint

Eckville Hotel bar robbed at gunpoint

Two suspects entered with pistol and cattle prod on Dec. 9

Eckville Hotel bar robbed at gunpoint
Red Deer Public Library staff select hot seasonal reads

Red Deer Public Library staff select hot seasonal reads

The time between Christmas and New Year’s is popular for reading.

Red Deer Public Library staff select hot seasonal reads

Red Deer charities offer Christmastime meals

Free cab rides offered to Salvation Army on Christmas day

Sunworks gets back some stolen crystals

Owners says it creates ‘bad energy’ to steal

The 2016 Festival of Trees raises an “astounding” amount

The 2016 Festival of Trees raises an “astounding” amount

Organizers say it shows Red Deer-area residents support their hospital

The 2016 Festival of Trees raises an “astounding” amount

Red Deer security company offers free Christmas Safe Walk service

Workers wary of walking alone at night can call a hotline

Safe Harbour Society is helping fewer homeless clients, making 2016 an “anomaly” for the non-profit

Safe Harbour Society is helping fewer homeless clients, making 2016 an “anomaly” for the non-profit

Far fewer people have been using Red Deer’s homeless shelter and mat…

Safe Harbour Society is helping fewer homeless clients, making 2016 an “anomaly” for the non-profit
Soliloquy, ihana, Brioso and other Red Deer choirs gear up for busy week

Soliloquy, ihana, Brioso and other Red Deer choirs gear up for busy week

Christmas carols and other music will be performed at series of seasonal concerts

Soliloquy, ihana, Brioso and other Red Deer choirs gear up for busy week

Central Alberta woman wins $100,000 Scratch ‘N’ Win lottery prize

“I’m still in shock,” she says

Red Deer’s Magdalene House shuts doors after running out of money

Recovery facility wants to reopen in the spring to help more victims of the sex trade

AHS is cutting hospital chaplain contracts in favour of using more community volunteers

Local pastor calls it a “Grinch” move that diminishes essential service.

New traffic lights installed at scene of bike-car accident in Red Deer

Motorists crossing between Morrisroe and Eastwood will have to obey lights starting Wednesday

After seeking out a place to warm up Carl Williams emerges from an apartment entrance back out onto the street and into the cold along Little Gaetz Avenue Wednesday afternoon. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)

Central Alberta’s cold snap continues into next week, with no relief in sight

Local non-profits are concerned about keeping the street population warm

After seeking out a place to warm up Carl Williams emerges from an apartment entrance back out onto the street and into the cold along Little Gaetz Avenue Wednesday afternoon. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)

100 Men Red Deer vote to support Safe Harbour Society’s transitional housing program

More male members are welcome at next meeting on March 6, 2017

RDC instructor says social workers should forge closer bonds with indigenous people

Elaine Spencer believes too many native kids are still taken into government care