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As has been the case in other communities recently, the number of motor vehicle thefts in Eckville is growing at a steady rate.
The Po Boyz Sausage House has re-opened and is now serving unique styles of gourmet cooked sausages.
Many families face the challenge of raising children in conjunction with taking care of aging parents.
Health advisories recently issued for Pine Lake and Pigeon Lake have warned lake users of blue-green algae blooms.
The Lakers minor football team will start their season out strong by participating in the football camp starting Aug. 27.
Two golf tournaments held last Friday were well supported by the community.
A tribute to Canadian soldiers missing or killed in action is returning to Sylvan Lake this fall.
Over 70 producers provincewide will open their doors to show people how their food is produced during Alberta Open Farm Days.
Volunteers are being sought to help with the Sylvan Lake Underwater Cleanup scheduled for Sept. 27.
Extreme car enthusiast Rick Lawson is one of the many classic car owners who drops by the A&W in town Monday evenings.
The Spirit of Sylvan Yuletide Festival’s new mascot Sparkles made his first public appearance at Sylvan Lake Canadian Tire last Friday.
The Central Alberta Buccaneers returned to their winning ways by defeating the St. Albert Stars 19-6.
The Sylvan Lake Slo-Pitch League came to an end for the season with a year-end tournament held at Four Seasons Park over the weekend.
The Medicine River Wildlife Centre’s hospital is on the brink of being shut down due to a lack of funding for a new facility.
The Chinook Triathlon Festival made its mark in Sylvan Lake on Saturday with around 225 athletes having competed in its various events.
The Fort McMurray Monarchs were victorious in keeping their second spot after defeating the Central Alberta Buccaneers 33-9.
The Sylvan Lake and Area Serenity Pet Shelter Society currently has around 11 cats in serious need of finding their forever homes.
The Sylvan Lake community will have the unique opportunity of learning about the various projects in place to manage the health of the lake.
Since the closure of the Sylvan Lake Aquatic Centre earlier this year, members of the Sylvan Lake Nauticals have done plenty of travelling.
Four kittens, one cat and five dogs — all previously sheltered — now have new homes, thanks to Klassic Kennels’ successful Adoption Day.