Community News

Red Deerians noticeably partook in World Car Free Day last month.   On September 22, 119 additional people rode transit compared to the previous Thursday.   Based on the average commute, the increase means 304 kilograms...

This is the weekend for Red Deerians to Kick it to the Curb if you have any useful but unwanted household items.   Residents can put items to the curb with a sign that says "Free" beginning Saturday morning.  ...

A local company has teamed up with Red Deer Public Schools in an effort to round-up recyclable electronics, while also raising some much needed funds to support students.   Recycle Logic and school representatives will be at Lindsay...

The City of Lacombe invites local and area residents and businesses to become part of A REALLY BIG DEAL by contributing to the renovations at the Gary Moe Auto Group Sportsplex. Donations of any amount are welcome, and all donors will...

A Red Deer church is celebrating its 80th anniversary this Fall with a special commemorative service. Deer Park Alliance Church, located at 2960 39 Street, has roots dating back to 1936, when founders first met in a rented hall near...

Canadian Blood Services invites you to give blood as the long weekend approaches and give many families an extra reason to be thankful. At a time when families will gather together there will also be a strong need for donors to help...

Citizens of Red Deer and Red Deer County who may be interested in local heritage are invited to attend the 2016 Heritage Recognition Awards on Friday, October 21. Created in 2002 by the Heritage Preservation Committee, the awards...

Bower Ponds will play host to the annual CIBC Run for the Cure this weekend.   Reigistration is at 8 and the walk begins at 10 a.m. Sunday.   Organizers advise those participating to park at Red Deer College as it's expected...

Four local youth from Big Brothers Big Sisters will spend Friday as WestJetters at Calgary International Airport.   They'll be learning the ins and outs of the aviation industry along with more than 100 other youth at 28...

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