Reeti Meenakshi Rohilla

Reeti Meenakshi Rohilla / Sylvan Lake News

Bible study and skateboarding a unique combination for young adults

Incline Industries offering safe space to unwind thoughts while improving boarding skills

Reeti Meenakshi Rohilla / Sylvan Lake News
Town of Sylvan Lake / Facebook Image
Town of Sylvan Lake / Facebook Image
Special Events Coordinator, Lesley Hill (right) presenting the award to Curling Club President Teresa Lawrence (left). Crystal Koller / Submitted photo

Curling Alberta recognizes local club as Club of the Year

Applauds their efforts to prepare for a safe event

Special Events Coordinator, Lesley Hill (right) presenting the award to Curling Club President Teresa Lawrence (left). Crystal Koller / Submitted photo
Clean & Co. / Facebook image

Chamber offering free rapid testing kits to support local businesses

First round of 2,000 kits have been received

Clean & Co. / Facebook image
Gregory Underwood. Submitted photo
Gregory Underwood. Submitted photo
Smith first started playing soccer in Sylvan Lake when she was eight years old. (Submitted photo)

Laker student and soccer player continues work towards local glory

19-year-old Grace Smith joins Red Deer Polytechnic Queens this season

Smith first started playing soccer in Sylvan Lake when she was eight years old. (Submitted photo)
Brett Bylsma of the HJ Cody Lakers team aiming for a goal during their Oct. 1 match against Stettler Wildcats. Submitted photo

Minor Football manages to run a successful season

Three teams running at capacity close registrations

Brett Bylsma of the HJ Cody Lakers team aiming for a goal during their Oct. 1 match against Stettler Wildcats. Submitted photo
Mayor Helen Posti addressing individuals gathered outside Eckville Junior Senior High School for unveiling of the Indigenous artwork. (Janeil Humphrey / Submitted photo)

Town of Eckville unveils artwork outside schools on road to reconciliation

Artist Sherry Richardson depicts mending of broken hearts through the artwork

Mayor Helen Posti addressing individuals gathered outside Eckville Junior Senior High School for unveiling of the Indigenous artwork. (Janeil Humphrey / Submitted photo)
Sylvan Lake Winter Village. (File Photo)

Winter Village looking for community support to run successful season

Sylvan Lake celebrates the seasons on the lakefront and downtown

Sylvan Lake Winter Village. (File Photo)
Sylvan Lake Municipal Library’s Little Free Pantry (Submitted photo)

Library seeks contribution for 10-day food drive tackling food insecurity

Monetary and non-perishable food donations are welcomed

Sylvan Lake Municipal Library’s Little Free Pantry (Submitted photo)
Sara Tallon practicing on Sylvan Lake. (Submitted photo)

Laker completes World Wake Championship as sixth-best in the world

Teen Sara Tallon honed surfing skills with rigorous practice on Sylvan Lake

Sara Tallon practicing on Sylvan Lake. (Submitted photo)
Forum video screenshot

Both mayoral candidates and 13 council candidates give views at forum

Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce hosted the Oct. 4 municipal election forum,…

Forum video screenshot
Eckville Town Office (File photo)

Eckville Council Candidates

When residents of Eckville head to the polls on Oct. 18, for…

Eckville Town Office (File photo)
Colleen Ebden (Submitted photo)

Eckville mayoral candidates

Candidates were asked about their motivation to run for council and if chosen, what change(s) would they aspire to bring to the community.

Colleen Ebden (Submitted photo)
Lani Rouillard addressing the crowd at the rally.

Rally on the evening of Chamber Forum

During the Monday evening Chamber Forum, a substantial number of individuals rallied…

Lani Rouillard addressing the crowd at the rally.
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Sylvan Lake Business Awards finalists announced

Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for this year’s…

File photo
Otters, Timberwolves, and Explorers tidied garbage from shorelines around Sylvan Lake.

Sylvan Lake youngsters out and about to make town cleaner

Sylvan Lake’s Timberwolves, Explorers, and Otters met two days late last month…

Otters, Timberwolves, and Explorers tidied garbage from shorelines around Sylvan Lake.
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Advanced polls for municipal election start Friday

Advanced polls for the Oct. 18 municipal election will be open between…

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Chamber video screenshot

Chamber motivates individuals to shop local

Releases a Shop Local Initiative video to spread the message

Chamber video screenshot
Graph 2.2 about Sylvan Lake 2021 water levels relative to long-term historic trends since 1960. The red lines show the all-time maximum and minimum daily recorded water levels for Sylvan Lake. The blue dotted lines show the upper and lower quartiles and represent the lake’s normal natural upper and lower water level range. Lake levels are considered normal if water levels fall within or between the upper and lower quartiles. In this case, Sylvan Lake 2021 water levels (green-dotted line) are between the upper and lower quartiles (blue-dotted lines). The grey dotted line is the long-term average daily water level for Sylvan Lake which approximates the current 2021 water levels (green dotted line). Around July 22, Sylvan Lake 2021 water levels (green-dotted line) drops slightly below and following the historic long-term trend (grey-dotted line). (Submitted image)

Residents noticing recent Sylvan Lake water level fluctuations is no matter of concern

The lake is said to be well within its natural variability

Graph 2.2 about Sylvan Lake 2021 water levels relative to long-term historic trends since 1960. The red lines show the all-time maximum and minimum daily recorded water levels for Sylvan Lake. The blue dotted lines show the upper and lower quartiles and represent the lake’s normal natural upper and lower water level range. Lake levels are considered normal if water levels fall within or between the upper and lower quartiles. In this case, Sylvan Lake 2021 water levels (green-dotted line) are between the upper and lower quartiles (blue-dotted lines). The grey dotted line is the long-term average daily water level for Sylvan Lake which approximates the current 2021 water levels (green dotted line). Around July 22, Sylvan Lake 2021 water levels (green-dotted line) drops slightly below and following the historic long-term trend (grey-dotted line). (Submitted image)