Paula Trotter

Both of the entries in the Doritos video contest submitted by Shane Smith

Former city resident among top finishers in video contest

A former Red Deer resident had both of his entries finish in the top three in a national video contest.

Both of the entries in the Doritos video contest submitted by Shane Smith
Canadian National Institute for the Blind CEO John Rafferty

CNIB putting new focus on sight issues

The head of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind and all CNIB staff members from Alberta gathered in Red Deer on Tuesday to kick off Vision Health Month.

Canadian National Institute for the Blind CEO John Rafferty
Heather Madsen uses the online site Freecycle Red Deer to give and receive various items that would otherwise go to waste.

Freecycle Red Deer part of a global initiative

A local group partaking in a global environmental initiative encourages Central Alberta residents to declutter with care.

Heather Madsen uses the online site Freecycle Red Deer to give and receive various items that would otherwise go to waste.
Brian and Heidi Olstad of Red Deer

Museum photo display is food for thought

A new photography exhibit explores how Red Deer compares to various global cultures that, together, create a diverse culinary landscape.

Brian and Heidi Olstad of Red Deer
A firemedic hoses down dense smoking underbrush on the wooded hillside between Parkland Mall and the Riverside Light Industrial Park Tuesday afternoon.

Crews fight brush fire in north Red Deer

Red Deer Emergency Services fire-medics did a little bushwhacking mid-day Tuesday as they battled a brush fire on the hillside south of Parkland Mall and north of Riverside Light Industrial Park.

A firemedic hoses down dense smoking underbrush on the wooded hillside between Parkland Mall and the Riverside Light Industrial Park Tuesday afternoon.

Palliative care workshop coming to Red Deer

A new workshop that will generate a discussion on how to improve palliative care in rural Alberta communities is coming to Red Deer.

Volunteers urged to go online and log their hours

Volunteers, stand up and be counted. This is the message Volunteer Alberta is sending with its latest campaign that coincides with National Volunteer Week, which runs from Sunday to April 24.

Is there a future in affordable housing?

Red Deer’s city manager has questioned whether affordable housing is the best way to tackle homelessness.

Naughty but Nice Show returns to Red Deer

Red Deer residents are invited to learn just how nice being naughty can be. The fifth annual Red Deer Taboo Naughty but Nice Show kicks off on Friday at 5 p.m. at the Parkland Pavilion at Westerner Park.

Array

Online game encourages students to aim high

Coming to the rescue of students trying to secure a job in a highly-competitive labour market is the Resumator.

Array