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Putting lessons learned to use

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.
Advocate proud to support Ronald McDonald House (photo gallery)

Advocate proud to support Ronald McDonald House (photo gallery)

The Red Deer Advocate is ready to help raise the house — the Ronald McDonald House that is.

H1N1 clinics reopen for young children only

H1N1 vaccination clinics will reopen on Thursday in Alberta — but vaccine will only be given to children aged six months to under five years.
Our Best To You

Our Best To You

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.

Speak Out forum planned at Lindsay Thurber

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.

'She never feels safe,' says mother of kidnapped teen

Kidnapping suspect Gerard John Baumgarte pleads guilty to six charges in Court of Queens Bench.
Director honoured

Director honoured

The director of special education with the Red Deer Catholic Regional School Division has been honoured for her professional contributions.
Home Front - November 3

Home Front - November 3

Puppet Mania for children ages six and up is offered at Red Deer Public Library Children’s Department at the downtown branch on Wednesday from 7 to 7:30 p.m. The event will feature fun, interactive stories, with puppets and storytellers. Phone 403-346-4688 for further information.
MPC approves Ronald McDonald House

MPC approves Ronald McDonald House

A proposed Ronald McDonald House for Red Deer drew praise from municipal planning commission members on Monday as site development was approved for the $12-million project.

Remand Centre staff latest group to demand H1N1 shots sooner than later

The president of a union representing Red Deer Remand Centre staff wants workers put on the high priority list for those receiving H1N1 vaccinations when the immunization clinics resume sometime this week.