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Red Deer’s city manager said more needs to be done to embrace diversity to ensure future sustainable growth.
A Red Deer woman is keeping the memory of her beloved bulldog alive by helping find new homes for other dogs of the French and English varieties.
The mayor of Bowden says last week’s child abduction case has been a “wake-up call” to all parents in the community.
Standing in an empty parking lot checkered with a pylon obstacle course, the young-looking Jessi Ruf could easily be mistaken as a teenager about to take the driver licence road test.
Lance McMorran never outgrew his childhood passion. Instead, he found a way to make a living doing what he has loved to do since he was five-years-old — motocross.
Those who went for a stroll around Rotary Heritage Village Park on Saturday were given a visual education to just how diverse art can be.
Cool, fresh water is a hot commodity in Alberta. So much so, in fact, that thirsty municipalities, industry and farmers in need of more water must rely on other users who have water rights to spare.
Armed with a can of paint and a rolling brush, Ricky Hart had the necessary tools to help improve the lives of children while turning his own life around.
A new program recognizing the angelic efforts of residents who help senior citizens with their transportation needs has been launched in Red Deer.
The City of Red Deer celebrated Clean Air Day by receiving an environmental award for its Idle Free Zone campaign.
It seems as though audiences across the Prairies are coming together in unison to tell Robert Munsch they’ll love him forever.
A heavy-lift helicopter was brought in from British Columbia Wednesday to install two walking bridges in Red Deer’s Maskepetoon Park.
A local band struck the right chord to advance in a southern Alberta rock music competition.
Theoren Fleury will be the guest speaker at a fundraiser benefiting local agencies providing support to children and adults impacted by sexual violence.
Debra Berlet has kept a steady pace for more than two decades to reach the top spot at the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Cody Ray was pleasantly surprised after he landed a job just minutes after submitting his application.
Representatives from various Red Deer aquatic groups who joined forces to save the Michener Pool years ago have teamed up again with a new mission.
Students at Lacombe Composite High School have raised the green to go green.
Twenty-four photo albums destined for the trash inspired a group of residents to preserve the memories of the Red Deer Nursing Home.
Grade 5 Ecole Camille J. Lerouge student Kira Kulczycki is treated by HSE Integrated Medical Services EMTs in a mock motor vehicle accident in the school parking lot Monday morning.