CP Holiday train to stop in Ponoka for another year

The popular train will feature entertainment from Colin James and Emma-Lee

Four Thirteen AM

A literary story by Starla Fifield about a nurse during wartime.

  • Nov 19th, 2017

Snow angels needed to volunteer

Fifteen Sylvan Lake residents are on a waiting list for snow removal service

Sylvan prepares for festive season with Light up the Lake

Light up the Night and the Spirit of Sylvan Yuletide Festival is Dec. 1-2

Photos: Remembrance Day honoured in Sylvan Lake

Sylvan Lake and Royal Canadian Legion honoured past and present veterans at two services, Nov. 11

Lesson plans aid in reconciliation process

First Nations, Métis and Inuit culture and history to be taught in schools

Local businesses showcased at Fashion Show and Dessert Night

    Grade 4 students learn ways to reduce waste at school

    Leanne Bertram with Clean Conscience Recycling visited the students at Mother Teresa School, Nov. 7

    Photos: H.J. Cody honours veterans and fallen soldiers

    The school held it’s Remembrance Day service on Nov. 8 in the school gym.

    C.P. Blakely gets Butt Ugly

    Grade six students learned about the dangers of tobacco Nov. 7

    Remembrance Day services to be held in Sylvan Lake

    Two services will be held in Sylvan Lake on Nov. 11

    Photo: Learning empathy with bunnies

    Ley-Anne Mountain from Naturally Nurtured teaches Grade 4 students about empathy using bunnies

    Photos: Steffie Woima students show off costumes at Bethany

    Mme Beagan’s Grade 5 class walked to Bethany Sylvan Lake on Halloween

    Watch: Library celebrates winter around the world

    Children enjoyed Diwali, Chinese New Year and Christmas celebrations

    Students inspired to volunteer, do good at conference

    Thirty eight Fox Run students attended the conference in Calgary

    Photo: Scotiabank donation to FOSLL

    The Sylvan Lake branch raised more than $700 for FOSLL

    Nominate a great kid

    Sixteen young Albertans will receive an award for service in the spring

    Watch: Scared students feed food bank

    Fox Run fundraised with a haunted house over Halloween

    Photo: Nunavut children’s author enthralls students

    Michael Kusugak visited C.P. Blakely this week to share stories

    Beacon Hill playground receives grant for playground

    Fortis Alberta awarded one of their Community in Action grants to the elementary school

    Socktober brings in a pile of socks for the homeless

    Fox Run students to help keep those on the street warm with donated socks