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Among the many people who visited the Red Deer Advocate’s lobby Thursday to support the Ronald McDonald House organization were Margaret Imeson, right, and Jamie Flett with her toddler Garrett and baby Tyler.
An Army psychiatrist set to be shipped overseas opened fire at the Fort Hood Army post Thursday, authorities said, a rampage that killed 12 people and left 31 wounded in the worst mass shooting ever at a military base in the United States.
An emergency shelter opens this afternoon to care for an alarming number of Red Deer’s homeless suffering from the flu.
Innisfail resident Marcy Bloss has won first place in the Red Deer County Amateur Photo Contest and $500 for the photo above of a pelican taking flight near Dickson Dam.
Red Deer RCMP are investigating one armed robbery and two attempted robberies that have occurred since Wednesday morning.
Children, pregnant women and federal prisoners at Bowden Institution have something in common — they will be the only members of the public in Central Alberta who can access H1N1 vaccine over the next few days.
A Red Deer man charged with making explosives for an unlawful purpose will be sentenced in late December.
Alberta Health Services says it has fired a senior staff member over the Calgary Flames swine flu vaccine controversy.
A man charged with murder will have to wait in jail until next fall to have a trial. Ten days were booked this week in Red Deer Court of Queen’s for the trial beginning on Sept. 13, 2010, for Larry Allen Scott, 54, of Red Deer.
Meet the artist reception for “Anonymous” Smith will be held at the Red Deer College Library in Nov. 6 from 4 to 6 p.m. Meet the artist behind the RDC Library’s latest exhibition Be — TheCracks —tween.
Canada geese come in for a landing to join hundreds of their kind already feeding and floating on a thawing wetland west of the Burnt Lake Business Park recently. The V-shaped formations filled with honking birds are a fall staple as the breed migrates to wintering grounds in the southern United States and even northeastern Mexico.
More premature babies are being transferred to the special care nursery at Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre.
Shovels are not in the ground, but fundraising has already begun for the Ronald McDonald House in Red Deer.
People may think they understand the heartache and fear that grips a family with a critically-ill child.
Red Deer’s Ronald McDonald House will be the first built in a new Canadian community in more than 20 years. And it may be the most innovative yet.
The Red Deer Advocate is ready to help raise the house — the Ronald McDonald House that is.
H1N1 vaccination clinics will reopen on Thursday in Alberta — but vaccine will only be given to children aged six months to under five years.
With about 350 exhibitors at this year’s Our Best To You Christmas Art and Craft Sale at Red Deer’s Westerner Park, early Christmas shoppers had no shortage of choices this year.
Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School will host a Speak Out forum from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday at Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School.
Kidnapping suspect Gerard John Baumgarte pleads guilty to six charges in Court of Queens Bench.