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Local flyboarder Brody Wells will travel to Dubai to compete in world flyboarding championships later this year.

Local flyboarders to compete in world championships

Local flyboarders Brody Wells and Chad Bell are two of 80 competitors from around the world who will vie for international glory.

Local flyboarder Brody Wells will travel to Dubai to compete in world flyboarding championships later this year.
The Show and Shine attracted classic car enthusiasts from throughout the province and beyond.

Positive social atmosphere makes for successful Show and Shine

The Customs and Classics Show and Shine brought the community of Sylvan Lake together Saturday as well over 1,000 spectators.

The Show and Shine attracted classic car enthusiasts from throughout the province and beyond.
Sylvan Lake Lightning baseball player Deegan Mofford pitches the ball during a game at Four Seasons Park on Saturday.

Lightning players strike their way to provincials

The Sylvan Lake Lightning bantam baseball team batted its way to Bantam AA provincials over the weekend.

Sylvan Lake Lightning baseball player Deegan Mofford pitches the ball during a game at Four Seasons Park on Saturday.

Lacombe County pledges $1 million toward RDC multiplex

Lacombe County councillors approved funding toward the project during their regular meeting on Wednesday.

David Thompson High School’s Students in Action had a successful year of fundraising. Back row: Curtis Cech

Students in Action raise $2,200 for charity

David Thompson High School’s Students in Action (SIA) raised $2,200 over the last year for various charities.

David Thompson High School’s Students in Action had a successful year of fundraising. Back row: Curtis Cech
Leukemia survivor Michael Arthur leads École Steffie Woima School students to Centennial Park in the fourth annual Steffie Kids Marathon last Thursday.

Arthur leads Steffie Kids Marathon

Mike Arthur led École Steffie Woima School students in the fourth annual Steffie Kids Marathon last Thursday.

Leukemia survivor Michael Arthur leads École Steffie Woima School students to Centennial Park in the fourth annual Steffie Kids Marathon last Thursday.
Sylvan Lake resident Ashley Halsey is a competitive stock car racer who’s proving her abilities as one of the top young drivers in Western Canada.

Sylvan Lake teenager has a need for speed

Ashley Halsey, an 18-year-old Sylvan Lake resident and stock car racer, will compete in six more competitions this season.

Sylvan Lake resident Ashley Halsey is a competitive stock car racer who’s proving her abilities as one of the top young drivers in Western Canada.

Administrative staff named for new school in Beacon Hill

Administrative staff have been appointed for Sylvan Lake’s new Kindergarten-to-Grade 8 school set to open in the fall of 2016.

Sylvan Lake martial artist Brandon Tweed proudly displays the medals he earned in Ottawa last month.

Sylvan Lake martial artist qualifies for Team Canada

Sylvan Lake black belt martial artist Brandon Tweed proved his strengths in karate and kickboxing.

Sylvan Lake martial artist Brandon Tweed proudly displays the medals he earned in Ottawa last month.
Sylvan Lake Fire Department Chief Cliff Brausen with the 20-year exemplary service he was presented with in Red Deer last month.

Fire Chief Brausen receives 20-year exemplary service honour

A member of the Sylvan Lake Fire Department since 1994, Fire Chief Cliff Brausen was awarded a 20-year exemplary service medal recently.

Sylvan Lake Fire Department Chief Cliff Brausen with the 20-year exemplary service he was presented with in Red Deer last month.
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ATCO ‘edu-tainment’ delivers important safety message

A house is filled with many hazards that can become life-threatening in a blink of an eye.

0710 Madelaine Knight
HJ Cody School Grade 9 students Kale Seelen

Time capsule letters help Cody grads reflect on high school journey

Members of HJ Cody School’s graduating Class of 2015 are excited about opening up the time capsule envelopes they created three years ago.

HJ Cody School Grade 9 students Kale Seelen
École Mother Teresa School vice principal Ken Meraw was named a semi-finalist in the province’s 2015 Excellence in Teaching Awards.

Meraw recognized for teaching abilities in nomination certificate

École Mother Teresa School’s vice principal Ken Meraw was stunned when he learned he was selected as a semi-finalist.

École Mother Teresa School vice principal Ken Meraw was named a semi-finalist in the province’s 2015 Excellence in Teaching Awards.

Living by Water returning to Sylvan Lake this summer

The Living by Water Project will arrive in Sylvan Lake this summer to educate residents living on the lake's shoreline.

Susan Samson poses with her Little Free Library in Marina Bay Place where community members are invited to both borrow and contribute books.

Take a book, leave a book at Little Free Library

In front of house number 338 in Marina Bay Place stands a Little Free Library — a big birdhouse-looking structure filled with free books.

Susan Samson poses with her Little Free Library in Marina Bay Place where community members are invited to both borrow and contribute books.

Seniors Week to celebrate ‘grassroots’ of the community

Sylvan Lake residents are being invited to come together to celebrate Seniors Week June 1 to 7.

Lakers football players invited to play for junior city teams

Five Lakers football players have been given the chance of a lifetime to play for junior football teams in Edmonton and Calgary.

A pack of cyclists heads toward the finish line.

BBF Sprint a success in spite of challenges

Organizers of the 2015 Best Body Fitness Sprint Triathlon on Sunday are calling the event a success.

A pack of cyclists heads toward the finish line.

Chinook Triathlon Festival coming to Sylvan Lake this summer

The Chinook Triathlon Festival will be coming to Sylvan Lake Aug. 1, replacing the Sylvan Lake Loop Triathlon scheduled for July 19.

Grade 2 French immersion students Mercedes Reinhart

Students showcase educational talents at learning exhibition

École Our Lady of the Rosary School buzzed with excitement at the school’s Exhibition of Learning.

Grade 2 French immersion students Mercedes Reinhart