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After seeing the inner-workings of the Red Deer water treatment plant, eighth grader Nick Froman has come to realize he needs to be more conscious of how much water he uses at home.
She has experienced immeasurable glory and painful defeat on the world’s stage, but Olympic figure skating gold medalist Jamie Salé said Alberta’s Special Olympics athletes helped teach her the true meaning of sport.
When Robert Henry Hill of Lacombe died in 2002, he left behind a chronicle of his experiences as a captured soldier during the Second World War.
RCMP and Canadian Pacific Railway Police are investigating a train-truck collision at an uncontrolled railway crossing near Innisfail on Sunday afternoon.
Ten years ago a Red Deer couple were among the first few thousand people to sign up for one of the largest medical research studies Alberta has ever conducted.
You may have noticed them recently — parked at intersections all over Red Deer, clip-boards in hand, studying traffic like scientists do mice in a maze — and wondered just what exactly they are up to?
The online members page of a business networking group gives a face to the diverse palette that is Red Deer’s entrepreneurial community.
Tana Silverland had no problem surrendering three years of her life to a challenging journey, nearly on a whim.
Diligent crossing guards from across Central Alberta had a well-deserved day off on Thursday.
Cpl. Al Nickolson knows the dangers distracted drivers in Alberta present to motorist safety.
Daryl Bonar is not one to back down from a tough challenge. As a 13-year veteran of the Canadian Forces, he did two tours of Bosnia during the horrific Bosnian War (1992 to 1995).
The Optimist Club of Red Deer program that fixes old bikes and then gives them away needs help to keep the wheels turning.
Valerie Miller flips the lights as she enters Red Deer Museum’s vast storage space and illuminates more than 80,000 treasures from Central Alberta’s past.
You might not look at your breakfast the same way after visiting the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery’s new exhibition.
Graduation, a springtime rite of passage, is quickly approaching, and much like final exams, what to wear to the banquet and grad party is on many teenage minds.
This month a group of aboriginal youth screened a nine-minute film for their elders and the Red Deer public at the Hub on Ross — that’s the synopsis.
The journey has been long, gruelling, and at times dangerous for 15-year-old Dyllan Duperron.
Parents need to be diligent in protecting their children from Internet predators, but also from cyber-bullies, said cyber-safety expert Rob Nickel, Thursday night at the Margaret Parsons Theatre.
Scott Grimwood probably knows the meaning of the expression: “Give a little, get a lot,” more than most.
The blue box program has made recycling in Red Deer affordable and easy — but the program has not been without its problems.