A donation $250,000 gift was presented by Studon Electric & Controls Inc. to Red Deer College this past week enabling more trades, athletic and business students to flourish. This gift was presented by Studon Electric & Controls Inc. President & CEO, Don Sutherland, who is an RDC alumnus.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Lacombe and District Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) are launching several programs to help out those in need over the Christmas season.
Lacombe is putting the finishing touches on what may be the city’s biggest holiday event of the year — the Light Up the Night Festival.
Don’t worry guys, they call it a blood test, not a glove test.
Blackfalds RCMP are looking for suspects after three armed robberies.
A paraplegic dog found dragging its hind legs on a beach in Thailand now has a doggie wheelchair and a foster home in Sarnia, Ont., thanks to the help of a Canadian model.
A Quebec police officer who was driving 120 km/h in a 50 km/h zone when he hit a car, killing a five-year-old boy, will not be charged. And the public won't hear why as a matter of protocol, say officials.
The Royal Canadian Legion wants to know why the federal government failed to spend $1.1 billion allocated to the veterans affairs department between 2006 and 2013.
The man wanted in a string of poppy box thefts that outraged a city leading up to Remembrance Day has been nabbed.
Crews rescued seven people stranded in frigid temperatures after a small plane was forced to land on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories Thursday morning.