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Writing about the Cambodian killing fields taught Red Deer author Les Sillars an important truth about all oppressive, extremist regimes.
Two prospective medical marijuana producers have their sights on Red Deer County.
Tom Li and Rain Li dreamed of becoming pilots since they were boys in China.
It will be important to pick up a program when you attend the Red Deer Rebels regular season opener tonight.
Hundreds lined up for a delicious feast made entirely from rescued food at City Hall Park on Thursday.
A controversial park in downtown Red Deer is up for redevelopment.
On this second day of the autumnal equinox, summer 2016 is now behind us, and hopefully so are the almost daily storms that brought too much rain for anyone’s liking, and way too much of the thundering, flashy, scary stuff.
Residents opposed to a planned gravel pit northwest of Springbrook feel “misrepresented and dismayed” by the planning process.
Central Alberta rural municipalities have joined forces to push the province to ensure gravel companies repair their environmental damage in a timely way.
A Red Deer man got more than he bargained for at a recent garage sale.
A Red Deer County man was sentenced to 12 years in prison for kidnapping a young woman at knife-point from a Gasoline Alley parking lot, robbery and rape in December 2014.
Hardly a day goes by that Jean Bota doesn’t hear about yet another incident of rural crime in Central Alberta.
A Red Deer community leader and volunteer pastor has been found guilty of sexual assaulting a female employee.
Two juvenile males wanted by police for an alleged crime spree now face 26 charges after being arrested by Lacombe Police Service on Monday.
G.H. Dawe School has been chosen as the recipient for Indigo’s 2016 Adopt a School program.
Recently I went down to 17th Avenue in Calgary. A homeless man chattering mildly to himself approached the blue bin close by.
Re: “Private health insurance coverage needs a review” by John Have and Robert Brown, September 16, 2016.
I searched around for information on cycling rules in Red Deer. Lax information is available.
Fellow Albertans very hard times are about to fall upon us all. No one will be exempt despite what the Rachel Notley NDP tries to have you believe.
A Regina police officer pleaded guilty to exceeding a blood alcohol limit of .08 – Not charged, fined $1,000 and is still working.