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An edible forest will soon take root on a tract of stressed land between the Red Deer landfill and a Red Deer County industrial park.
Alberta Health Services Central Zone plans to spend $19 million on infrastructure maintenance projects at health-care facilities in 2016-17.
Blackfalds RCMP expect that another major stolen property bust at the same rural property has put an end to any illegal activities there.
Red Deer Food Bank continues to put food on the table despite a high demand for assistance that has continued to grow incrementally throughout the year.
Local Sikh worshippers are a step closer to having a site for their own temple.
Wild boar have been banned in Red Deer County.
One of the world's highest profile couples has called it quits.
Six kilometres to go.
Red Deer Rebels GM/head coach Brent Sutter said it all as he walked toward the media. “Our goaltending was really good.”
There’s still some work to do but the RDC Queens are progressing nicely as they head into the road portion of their ACAC Soccer League season.
Alberta Progressive Conservative leadership hopeful Jason Kenney pitched his “unite the right” plan on stops throughout Central Alberta over the weekend.
A recent graduate of the Red Deer College Social Work program is putting her skills to the test as she embarks on a trip of a lifetime to help people in need.
The existing Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre will be working in partnership with those developing a new Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre.
Hacker Lab is teaching teenagers the basics of coding and how to apply those skills to real life.
The sun plays as big a role in Robin Byrne’s portrait exhibit as do local musicians Randi Boulton, Charlie Jacobson, Paeton Cameron and others.
It’s been a whirlwind year for The Bros. Landreth, who perform Friday, Sept. 23, in Sylvan Lake.
With Donald Trump making one offensive statement after another, D.O.A.’s Joe Keithley just couldn’t resist.
Revitalization has a firm grip on downtown Red Deer.
Montair Aviation opened its doors to the public on Friday under the kind of blue skies that lured the pilot school to Central Alberta.
Three Red Deer City RCMP officers are being commended for bravery for safely arresting a knife-wielding suspect before he could harm others.