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Street Tales: Change for improvement

Street Tales: Change for improvement

I make a mean pot of porridge, even if I say so…

  • Jun 10, 2017
Street Tales: Change for improvement
Hay’s Daze: A hitch in your git-along

Hay’s Daze: A hitch in your git-along

Have you ever had what my grandma used to call a “hitch…

  • Jun 10, 2017
Hay’s Daze: A hitch in your git-along
Raw video: Women of Excellence 2017 entrance

Raw video: Women of Excellence 2017 entrance

Women led by the Aboriginal Voices Dance Troupe

  • Jun 8, 2017
Raw video: Women of Excellence 2017 entrance
Remember this? Red Deerians are happy
Remember this? Red Deerians are happy
Park: Why people give

Park: Why people give

“Everyone has a Why – the purpose, cause or belief that inspires…

  • Jun 7, 2017
Park: Why people give
Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Click through the link to the calendar, and add your community events

  • Jun 5, 2017
Community Calendar
Running under the dome of a colourful parachute children have some fun at the Central Alberta Children’s Fest at Recreation Park in Red Deer on Saturday. Hundreds of children, their parents and caregivers took in the 11th annual event. (Photo and video by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
Running under the dome of a colourful parachute children have some fun at the Central Alberta Children’s Fest at Recreation Park in Red Deer on Saturday. Hundreds of children, their parents and caregivers took in the 11th annual event. (Photo and video by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
Hay: It’s best to drone alone

Hay: It’s best to drone alone

So last week I droned on about the sad and sordid tale…

  • Jun 3, 2017
Hay: It’s best to drone alone
Street Tales: Horizontal existence

Street Tales: Horizontal existence

Once before I mentioned a former Red Deer ‘Man of the Street’…

  • Jun 3, 2017
Street Tales: Horizontal existence
Catholic schools across Central Alberta celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary
Catholic schools across Central Alberta celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary
Central Alberta Humane Society fundraiser
Central Alberta Humane Society fundraiser
Red Deer Catholic Region Schools celebrate Canada’s 150th

Red Deer Catholic Region Schools celebrate Canada’s 150th

From a student recording of O Canada to a flower plot with…

Red Deer Catholic Region Schools celebrate Canada’s 150th
Street Tales: Residential school and beyond

Street Tales: Residential school and beyond

Many have been our conversations about choices we make in life, (both…

  • May 27, 2017
Street Tales: Residential school and beyond
College Beat: Applied learning prepares Red Deer College graduates for future success

College Beat: Applied learning prepares Red Deer College graduates for future success

The foundation of RDC’s success comes from our passion for teaching and…

  • May 27, 2017
College Beat: Applied learning prepares Red Deer College graduates for future success
Hay’s Daze: My drone is a pet rock

Hay’s Daze: My drone is a pet rock

So I went flying the other day. Well, more to the point,…

  • May 27, 2017
Hay’s Daze: My drone is a pet rock
The Stache owner and operator Michelle Tam, right, and Stache employees Teresa Durette and Natassia Wright work in the small but efficient trailer kitchen. File Photo by JEFF STOKOE/Advocate staff
The Stache owner and operator Michelle Tam, right, and Stache employees Teresa Durette and Natassia Wright work in the small but efficient trailer kitchen. File Photo by JEFF STOKOE/Advocate staff
Food Truck Friday off to a good start
Food Truck Friday off to a good start
Video: Red Deer RCMP and students play soccer
Video: Red Deer RCMP and students play soccer
2017 Alberta Sports Hall of Fame inductee Ryan Smyth of the Edmonton Oilers speaks after being introduced at a press conference at the sports hall on Friday. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
2017 Alberta Sports Hall of Fame inductee Ryan Smyth of the Edmonton Oilers speaks after being introduced at a press conference at the sports hall on Friday. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
About 75 of the 150 registered fiddlers plays the final set of a 25 hour non-stop fiddling marathon in Lacombe on Saturday. The Alberta Society of Fiddlers hosted the event at the Memorial Centre over the weekend to celebrate the society’s 25th anniversary and to coincide with Canada’s National Fiddling Day. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
About 75 of the 150 registered fiddlers plays the final set of a 25 hour non-stop fiddling marathon in Lacombe on Saturday. The Alberta Society of Fiddlers hosted the event at the Memorial Centre over the weekend to celebrate the society’s 25th anniversary and to coincide with Canada’s National Fiddling Day. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)