Megan Roth

Less noise on lake means more enjoyment

The Quiet Enjoyment Initiative is looking for Council’s support in its endeavours

Changes for pay parking program include more terminals

The paid parking program will go into effect once again this year beginning in May.

Community fee bylaw passed by Council

The community fees were researched and compared to other similar communities

Win $150 utility credits in Town contest

Sylvan Lake is encouraging residents to sign-up for e-billing with contest

Publicly contested water bylaw passed by Council

The Water and Sewer Bylaw 1746/2017 will be reflected on the next utility bill

Council supports Team Canada at recent meeting

Mayor and Council wore Team Canada jerseys in support of Tyler Steenbergen

Lakers lose first game after break

The Lakers faced off against Medicine Hat on Jan. 6 at the NexSource Centre

AA Atom Lakers lose hard fought game

The AA Atom Lakers faced the Cochrane Rockies Jan. 6 at the NexSource Centre

Photos: Men’s Bonspiel packs the curling rink

The Sylvan Lake Curling Club’s Men’s Bonspiel was held Jan. 5-9.

Photos: Game Night at the library

Families and friends came out to play board and video games at the library Jan. 5

Elks “deeply saddened” by fire, memories will be greatly missed

A benefit dance and silent auction has been planned for Feb. 3 with proceeds going to the Elks Club

Nerd Talk: 2017 wasn’t all bad

Megan Roth’s bi-weekly column about pop culture and all things nerdy

Changes coming to impaired driving laws

Bill 29 passed in Legislature in November and is set to make changes ahead of cannabis legalization

Frozen characters headed to Sylvan for party

The Skating and Sledding Party will be held Jan. 21 at Leader Field

Snow Angel volunteers needed in Sylvan Lake

Nine senior citizens are waiting for help

Leslieville fire deemed arson, suspect identified

The Dec. 29 fire destroyed Leslieville’s Elk’s Hall

2018 budget to be approved at next meeting of council

The proposed budget can be viewed in its entirety online

Extreme cold warning expected to last into the weekend

Environment Canada issued an extreme cold warning Thursday morning

Photos: Huge turnout for Community Christmas Supper

The Community Christmas Supper was held on Dec. 24 at the Community Centre

Use caution when venturing onto ice

Keep safety in mind when skating on frozen bodies of water