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A Red Deer resident ordered to clean up his two cluttered properties will now face action from the City of Red Deer.
It looked like any graduation. The students were dressed in caps and gowns in yellow and blue.
Olds volunteer firefighters await the arrival of a tow truck at the scene of a fatal accident on Hwy 2 Sunday morning.
A pilot project is trying to create more resources for rural nurses so they can help the next generation of nurses, and possibly inspire them to take up nursing in a rural setting.
Lacombe Mayor Judy Gordon defends a proposal to expand the town’s cemetery into a ball diamond park, calling it a “very fair and equitable compromise.”
Going to school in Canada looks to be more fun and more productive than in the Philippines, says the mayor of Jagna, Bohol.
Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter will share in $1 million in provincial funding announced Thursday for child care.
So, who’s going to take mom to the store? Impacts of aging and loss of mobility introduce all kinds of new issues for people who, in earlier stages of life, thought nothing of jumping into the car and running a few errands.
A children’s playground is coming to Red Deer’s oldest farm. For about a year, Sunnybrook Farm Museum has been collecting donations in the community for the play area.
For the second time in two days, RCMP have announced that a Red Deer city Mountie is heading to court on assault charges.
The provincial government is looking at twinning Hwy 11A and converting already-twinned Hwy 11 into a freeway.
Some Red Deer County pasture land is so dry it may not recover this year, said a county councillor on Tuesday.
Stettler RCMP have released the name of the man who died in a farm building fire in Gadsby on June 7.
A veteran Red Deer RCMP officer and dog handler has been charged with assault after a suspect was allegedly struck in the face after being apprehended during an early-morning arrest in August 2008.
Alberta Environment has issued an enforcement order against a Red Deer-area business owner, who is accused of drawing well water for commercial use without authorization.
New plans for special education are being met positively by some school board chairs in Central Alberta, but they’re still waiting to see how the province will finance its new framework.
A section of Red Deer’s popular trail system could experience a blockage this summer, with the disruption continuing for an estimated 18 months.
A seasoned Red Deer newsman has hammered his way, albeit none too well, into national TV stardom.
Ponoka RCMP were called to the Ponoka post office on Monday after a small amount of white powder was found in containers used to transport mail from Edmonton to the town. Mounties responded at about 8:15 a.m.
Red Deer City RCMP released a composite sketch of a man who exposed himself to girls in the Waskasoo area last Thursday morning.