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Stephen Brosinsky of Servus Credit Union hands out Feel Good Ripple cards to Jacob Stenner, left, Tess McLachlin and Brittany Randal, all 10, at Joseph Welsh Elementary School. The Grade 5 students were part of the Feel Good Ripple, Servus’s effort that began on Wednesday to give away $200,000 in $10 bills to 20,000 individuals pledging to do a random act of kindness and inspiring the recipient to pass the feeling along. The school and Servus, its Partner in Progress, dispatched Grade 5 students into the community to kick off the unique giving program.
Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach and his cabinet are taking pay cuts effective immediately.
The Red Deer and District Allied Arts Council and the Red Deer Public Library present The Soul Show in the Kiwanis Gallery downstairs at the downtown branch of the library. Sue Barker’s watercolour portraits will be on display until Oct. 31.
United Way chairman Darcy Mykytyshyn fits a fence’s cross boards while Warren Sinclair LLP lawyer Rhonda Elder, centre, and Karen Reay of the Red Deer and District Labor Council screw in a top board on Wednesday.
Premier Ed Stelmach used a provincewide broadcast Wednesday to warn Albertans of coming budget cuts and belt-tightening measures, starting with a two-year wage freeze for 6,500 senior bureaucrats.
In an evening devoted to women of excellence, lifetime achievement award winner Hazel Flewwelling paid an emotional tribute to her grandmother.
Lack of political will is the biggest obstacle in front of bringing high-speed passenger trains to the Hwy 2 corridor, say experts who support the project.
It was chaos in the cockpit of Transwest Air Flight 350 on the snowy night it overshot the runway at remote Sandy Bay, Sask., roared like a weed-whipper through evergreen trees and burst into flames, killing the pilot.
A former Red Deer woman charged with theft and attempted theft of almost $100,000 from an oilpatch company reserved her plea in Red Deer court on Wednesday.
The public is invited to learn more about the 2009-10 theatre season at the Scott Block at an open house, held from noon to 3 p.m. on Friday, at 4818 50th Ave in downtown Red Deer.
Red Deer Clothing Bank president Shirley Berry stocks the rack with men’s coats at the Clothing Bank on Tuesday.
Central Albertans who are charged with drug-related impaired driving will see their licences suspended for at least three months under new Alberta rules coming Thursday.
The daughter of a 77-year-old woman who was attacked in the summer spoke out against cuts to Alberta’s mental health-care system at an NDP health-care forum on Tuesday afternoon.
RCMP are investigating after a Red Deer woman’s body was found on Tuesday afternoon in a small wooded area between the north and south lanes of Hwy 2 near Gasoline Alley.
Halloween always makes for great photo fun.
A church in a central Alberta community has been destroyed by fire.
Thursday Live is back at Red Deer College on Oct. 15, 1 p.m. with a student produced concert of high quality entertainment. Admission is $2 at the door with proceeds from this concert to the RDC United Way campaign. For more information call Berni at 403-342-3536.
Adam Smith of Phoenix Construction smooths a joint between newly poured concrete sidewalk sections outside Hill Plaza at 3301 50th Ave. Friday. Plans for the strip mall’s renovations also include new decorative stone and powder-coated steel features. Businesses located there remain open throughout the renovations.
A judicial recount to help settle a teenager’s battle for a mayoral seat in Newfoundland is unfolding today in a St. John’s courtroom.
Stettler RCMP are still trying to track down the victim of an alleged assault that occurred, south of Buffalo Lake, a week ago.