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Alberta is implementing a range of new tools to address overdoses and deaths related to fentanyl and other opioids.
Ecole Mother Teresa School elementary students recently held a Dance-a-Thon to help raise money for the school.
Over 1,400 feet will be a little happier this winter thanks to students of Poplar Ridge School.
Bill 24, the Forest and Prairie Protection Amendment Act, was tabled in the Legislature on Monday.
Communities across Alberta will be celebrating youngsters in various ways this National Child Day.
The Town of Sylvan Lake recently under went budget deliberations to further finalize the 2017 Draft Budget.
A unique homage to war times has opened on Centennial Street in Sylvan Lake
In a tourism tailored town, being a visitor friendly organization plays a vital role in day to day operations.
Operating since 2009, Woodchuck Roofing is a company based on honest and recognizably sincere work explained owner, Charles Busque.
Just over one short year ago, Leanne Bertram made the decision to pursue her passion.
Dianne Womacks, 2016 Citizen of the Year in Sylvan Lake.
Local resaurant owner and operator, Kjeryn Davis of Bukwildz and Viva La Sirena took home the Cheryl Darling Memorial Award
On October 5th, 2016 Sylvan Lake RCMP entered into an investigation involving a Sylvan Lake youth
A MAC-11 subcompact machine gun was one of seven firearms seized by ALERT in a series of drug raids in Red Deer and Sylvan Lake.
Women from across central Alberta converged on the Sylvan Lake Community Centre on Saturday for the 2016 Women’s Wellness Retreat.
Serenity Pet Shelter Society, operating out of Sylvan Lake and area, received a $1,000 grant
Social media threat leads to administrative lockdown at HJ Cody High School
ALERT and RCMP are shedding light on the trend of ATM thefts taking place across Alberta. Two organized theft rings were identified.
It was a busy meeting for Council on Tuesday, October 11.
Fifty-five Sylvan Lake youth, ages 10 - 15, had the opportunity to travel to the Tim Horton Children’s Ranch in Southern Alberta.