Carlie Connolly

Red Deer’s Gord Bontje gives $500,000 to A Better World

Co-owner of Laebon Homes gives the gift to celebrate 60th birthday

Red Deer’s Gord Bontje gives $500,000 to A Better World

Co-owner of Laebon Homes gives the gift to celebrate 60th birthday

QuitCore program helps local residents quit tobacco

Free, six-week AHS workshop to be offered in Lacombe this month

PIGS encapsulates the spirit of Pink Floyd

Well-known B.C. tribute band heads to Red Deer

Swimmer Kia Risling works towards Canada Winter Games

Local Red Deer athlete working hard at her goals

Along for the ride with Renegade Station

Newly re-named group releasing album in the New Year, heading to Red Deer

Red Deer approves hospital for potential supervised consumption services

A report on potential mobile services will come back to council January

Alberta Country Music Awards coming up next month

The Awards are slated for Jan. 28th at the Sheraton Red Deer Hotel

Dan Davidson up for five ACMA Awards

Davidson will head to Red Deer with Brett Kissel in the New Year

Weigh in on your thoughts for City council priorities

What should be the focus heading into 2018?

Red Deer to host portion of Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament

City approves $75,000 in support of 2018 hosting

Country star Brett Kissel releases new album

Kissel excited to make a stop in Red Deer

Christmas shoebox campaign hopes to inspire reconciliation

I Love First Peoples campaign helping Indigenous people get an education

Deaf teen and her family hope to inspire others

Abby McQuay and her parents share her journey to hearing

A night of music for a good cause

See Amid The Winter’s Snow concert comes to Lacombe

Comedian Ron James brings current tour to Red Deer

Popular comedian a constant hit with Central Albertans

Andrew Martin brings Christmas cheer to Penhold

Singer Andrew Martin will bring his Winter Wonderland Christmas Tour to Penhold Community Church

Lots to see and do at Light Up The Night Festival

Lacombe’s annual event a family favourite

WATCH: The public gets a taste of robotics

Lacombe students show off their skills in Red Deer