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There are those out there that think the scale is a terrible invention, and should be smashed with a hammer or thrown away.
It doesn’t take much to do this, and the benefits are massive, while you get your fix watching the playoffs.
Fact is, we are surrounded by opportunities to be more fit.
But if you can keep going in spite of it, and just start…then something happens. You do not fail, you succeed in some way
I am willing to bet you have heard or read about the philosophy of ‘living with no regrets’.
This isn’t a ‘bah humbug’ letter. I enjoy Christmas treats probably more than anyone.
No,I am not talking about strawberries and ice cream but that’s good too.
The community was moving their feet and swinging to the beat as the Johnny Summers Little Big Band performed
Two local teachers have been nominated for the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award
Local lacrosse coaches were treated to a night of learning how to recognize symptoms of concussions, presented by special guest speaker
Two local football players - Matthew McDiarmid, 14, and Jacob Weller, 15, will be playing on the Future Stars Team
The Leaders of Tomorrow Awards were held at the Sylvan Lake Community Centre Friday evening where youth were recognized
Lauren Howse, 14, competed in the 2016 Alberta Trampoline and Tumbling Provincial Championships last month and won silver.
All the students at École Mother Teresa School were treated to an afternoon of listening to a variety of presenters
The annual Bibles for Grads luncheon was held at the Sylvan Lake Community Centre recently.
The Volunteer Gala and Awards Evening was held at the Sylvan Lake Community Centre on Saturday.
The H.J. Cody School field was buzzing with young football players Saturday afternoon as Edmonton Eskimos quarterback James Franklin.
Social Media Policy, Location for outdoor rink, Town receives Canada Day Grants
Students at École Fox Run School recently sold pink lemonade in support of the campaign ‘Because I am a Girl’.
On the Hoven farm, located south of Highway 11, at any given time you will see chickens walking about, roaming freely