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RCMP have found the white pickup connected to the shooting of a man in Michener Hill neighbourhood on Thursday afternoon.
Options for making municipal use of a former Lacombe provincial building range from $5 million to $11 million.
Students at St. Francis of Assisi Middle School will have more room to learn this year.
Coming out of Lindsay Thurber High School Keitlyn Williams was considered a strong candidate to play college basketball.
Losing Kate Griffiths was a big loss for the RDC golf team, but head coach Scott Bergdahl was 100 per cent behind her decision.
United Way of Central Alberta wants people to focus on possibilities as it begins its 2016 fundraising campaign to help improve the quality of people’s lives.
Keeping students interested in school can sometimes be challenging, but at least one Red Deer school has implemented a program to keep kids active and excited.
Most Lacombe residents feel their tax dollars are being spent wisely.
A local business owner is sorry after his “homophobic and transphobic” billboard drew backlash from social media on Thursday.
A 29-year-old man walking in the Michener Hill area was shot in the shoulder on Thursday afternoon and RCMP are still searching for the shooter.
Heading into this season Ethan Sakowich felt he had a good chance to make the Red Deer Rebels full time.
Like any coach Ken King would love to see the RDC basketball Queens challenge for an ACAC championship right away.
Red Deer employers are not in the hiring mood, says a new survey.
Crystal Rhyno is the new managing editor of the Red Deer Advocate.
Brooms, quaffle and snitches are just some of the terms used to describe a sport that is quickly gaining popularity around the world and here in Central Alberta.
Some Red Deer business owners are still not convinced the timing is right to increase the province’s minimum wage.
Parkland Community Living and Support Society walked away with more than $5,000 from the 100 Men Red Deer meeting held on Monday.
Bret McCann hopes a verdict Thursday in the trial of a man accused of killing his parents and hiding their bodies will end a six-year-long nightmare for his family.
Alberta’s Court of Appeal has reserved its decision on whether an Innisfail man convicted of killing a woman with a bomb will get a new trial.
In the article about the young boy who was hit while riding his bike to school, the Advocate reminded us that cyclists are supposed to walk their bikes across intersections.