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After four years and nearly 400 events, the Matchbox Theatre has announced that its final curtain call will take place on May 27.
Sandra Rourke had a difficult series of conversations with her elderly father recently.
This long, drawn-out winter of Central Alberta’s discontent lends itself to a prime excuse to hide indoors and wait until spring truly arrives.
Spring officially began on Sunday, but close to 20 cm of snow has fallen since then, leaving many in Red Deer feeling doubtful that green grass and sun showers are in the near future.
Edith Schaeffer has organized an annual community garden project near Blackfalds for the past 10 years, and she believes the globally rising cost of food makes the initiative more important this time around.
Red Deer-South MLA Cal Dallas will introduce a private member’s motion this spring to raise public awareness and, possibly, create new policy to encourage home builders to create more accessible designs.
Red Deer residents let out a collective sigh as they emerged from their homes on Thursday morning. St. Patrick’s Day was more white than green as nearly 10 cm of snow fell between late Wednesday night and into Thursday afternoon.
A run-in with angry “do-gooders” during an oilsands discussion panel at a writer’s festival fueled Ezra Levant’s interest in ethical oil.
Sylvan Lake and Red Deer County firefighters responded to a blaze west of Sylvan Lake off Hwy 11A on Tuesday evening, but were unable to save a family’s mobile home and garage.
Grettie Hennessy visits her son’s grave nearly every day.
One of the oldest forms of portable entertainment has finally entered the digital age, and that has literature lovers split.
The passing of Andrew Dale has left those who knew him shocked and deeply saddened. The executive director of the Golden Circle Senior Resource Centre died in his sleep on March 5 at the age of 50.
For more than three decades, the Central Alberta Refugee Effort Committee has been welcoming seekers of a better life to Canada, and trying to make their integration into a new culture a little easier.
Cpl. Kathe DeHeer of the Red Deer RCMP gave a presentation Wednesday night on the rising threat of cyber-crime in Alberta, which has a 42 per cent higher rate of fraud than the Canadian average.