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A thin layer of ice along the edges of McKenzie Ponds forces several hundred Canadian Geese to swim in a small area of remaining open water, Monday before the geese continued their journey south.
Hundreds of people crowded into the Red Deer Arena for Remembrance Day services on Wednesday while scores more gathered by the cenotaph on Ross Street. Retired colonel Andrew Moffat, a veteran of the Korean War and career soldier for 32 years, said between 60 and 70 people, including about a dozen veterans, joined the downtown service.
Central Alberta’s benchmark farm show continues to hum on all cylinders regardless of a weak economy and extreme hardships in the livestock sector.
A total of 615 people have been hospitalized in Alberta from H1N1 influenza as of Tuesday, including 76 Central Albertans.
History buff Ron Sotnikow, of Red Deer, spoke to four classes at École Lacombe Junior High School on Thursday.
Canyon Ski Hill staff Jocelyn Alberts, left, Heather Mitchell, and Marisa Smith all work together to help Mitchell position herself safely on a t-bar seat before she is lowered to the ground during a chair lift evacuation drill at Canyon Ski Hill, Saturday.
A former astronaut charged with confronting a romantic rival in an airport parking lot has pleaded guilty to felony burglary of a car and misdemeanour battery.
Jam sessions at Alix Community Hall will be held on the first and third Sundays of each month from 12 to 4 p.m. Contact Henry at 403-747-2534. A $2 drop in fee includes refreshments. Dates are Nov. 1 and 15.
e need has never been greater for volunteers who can help bring Christmas to the less fortunate families of Red Deer.
A 24-hour shelter for the homeless stricken by the flu accommodated an average of eight people per day since it opened Friday. And more beds may fill up soon.
Maybe it was only a kid holding the AK-47 assault rifle pointing at Bill Fletcher’s face. But he was a kid whose long young fingers danced gingerly on the trigger of a lethal weapon.
Updated plans for a new multi-use and aquatics centre in Red Deer will be laid out for public scrutiny on Monday
Exelta Gymnastic’s Club Remembrance Day Camps will run from Nov. 11 to 13 with a chance for children to learn and improve their gymnastics skills as well as do some swimming, wall climbing and other fun activities.
Caly, a purebred Havanese, stands still while her handler Michelle Hand grooms her just before her group judging, during the Red Deer and District Kennel Club fall dog show at the Westerner on Sunday.
More than 600 protesters marched along city streets Saturday to show their disdain for Progressive Conservative health-care cutbacks in what could be Red Deer’s largest anti-government rally ever.
Premier Ed Stelmach received 77 per cent support to continue leading the Progressive Conservative party after a secret ballot among party members was held on Saturday in Red Deer.
An Edmonton man will be sentenced in February after pleading guilty to luring a child on the Internet and then sexually assaulting her.
Swine poo not swine flu was on the minds of many who showed up for an immunization clinic in Red Deer’s Kentwood neighbourhood Friday.
Remembrance Day Breakfast will be held on Nov. 11 at Penhold Seniors Drop In Centre from 9 a.m. to noon. Costs are $5 for adults, $2.50 children age six to 12 years, and free for children under six years. 403-886-2999 or 403-886-4337.
Photo radar will be in the following locations until Nov. 13.