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A new type of power lifter has swept the international scene over the last 15 years.
The annual Doug Bradford Memorial Tournament was held at Great Chief Park this past weekend
The Central Alberta Buccaneers are advancing to the Alberta Football League semi-finals following a 20-17 win over the Edmonton Stallions
Doug Hart was officially selected as the federal NDP candidate in the Red Deer-Lacombe riding this past Monday.
A candidate has announced she is seeking the nomination to be the federal candidate for the Red Deer–Lacombe Riding.
A Ponoka resident has announced his plans to run for the NDP nomination in the Red Deer-Lacombe riding.
Two Red Deer athletes had the opportunity of a lifetime as they ventured to the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games
The Central Alberta Buccaneers took on the Fort McMurray Monarchs last Saturday in Lacombe at the ME Global Athletic Park.
The mud was deep, the engines loud and the experience unforgettable at last year’s Tail Creek Mud & Music Festival.
Teams will be converging on Central Alberta in hopes of being named the 2015 major midget female hockey champions at the 2015 Esso Cup.
Red Deer College hosts annual awards breakfast recently
Havoc 8 to take place in Red Deer Friday night at Westerner Park
United Way Central Alberta recently announced that they have broken their fundraising record for the year.
While their backgrounds and stories may all be different, three of the 10 finalists for the internationally renowned free Hawaii trip
Central Albertan Sherry Cooper, chief flight instructor for Sky Wings Aviation Academy in Springbrook, flew
Popular band will feature a range of tunes from latest CD Savages
Local enthusiasts enjoy thrills and spills of relatively new venture
One Lacombe woman had a pleasant surprise earlier this month while visiting Red Deer’s Jackpot Casino.
It was nighttime when our plane landed. I remember the airport was unlike any I had ever seen before
Wildrose and NDP leaders encouraged attendees of a debate held at the Red Deer College last week to imagine what a post-PC Alberta