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Lacombe Police Service are reporting a very successful Charity Checkstop held over the weekend.   On Saturday, members of the force as well as volunteers from Lacombe Big Brothers Big Sisters, Lacombe Mothers Against Drunk Driving...

All Red Deerians are asked to join in the public launch of the community’s new video, featuring Red Deer like you’ve never seen before. We are Red Deer (2:25 minutes) launches at the same time at a number of sites across the city...

On November 29, former RDC student and human rights advocate, Chevi Rabbit, will be at Red Deer College to give a special presentation to students and the public. Rabbit will speak about the importance of breaking down social barriers,...

SHE HAS A NAME - NOT JUST A FILM, BUT A GLOBAL ANTI-TRAFFICKING MOVEMENT World Premiere set for December 2, 2016 in five international cities, including Red Deer RED DEER - She Has A N​ame, an independent film from Unveil Studios,...

Family Services of Central Alberta is once again running its "Gifts for Grandparents" program this holiday season. Residents are invited to volunteer to help deliver 600 gift bags to seniors in our community. FSCA is also accepting...

Canadian Blood Services’ recruitment teams is hitting the streets of Red Deer to sign up potential blood donors and book appointments. The holiday Give campaign runs through to December 31. A launch event was held Monday at Red Deer...

Several teens from Red Deer were honoured by Scouts Canada over the weekend. Colin Davenport, 15, Patrick Meinders, 14 and Malcolm Law, 15, were presented with the Chief Scout Award. The award is the highest honour that can be achieved...

(L-R): Penhold Fire Chief Jim Pendergast, Penhold Deputy Mayor Cory Kingsfield, fire cadets Ryan Clarke and Hannah Linski, and Atco Gas Red Deer and District Supervisor Daryl Borchuk.

The Penhold Fire Cadet program is once again benefitting from the generousity of Atco Gas Red Deer and District. This week, the Town accepted a cheque on behalf of the program worth $2,700. Daryl Borchuk with Atco says the company is...

Burbank,  Coloured Pencil,  c. 1990s,  Ellen Lyons

A private collection of art, including works from some of Central Alberta’s most notable artists, will be on exhibit and sale just in time for Christmas. Ellen Lyons, a local visual artist, gifted numerous artworks – created by herself,...

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