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A group of students learning the Spanish language at HJ Cody School enjoyed a unique experience.
Sylvan Lake residents will have the unique opportunity of watching three local football players in action live online.
Sylvan Lake’s Darwin Durnie has been recognized as one of North America’s Top 10 Public Works Leaders in 2015.
Volunteers are needed for traffic control, to man intersections and to ensure runners and bikers stay on track May 24.
Earlier this month, a group of adult-nominated young Sylvan Lake residents were recognized for their volunteer efforts in the community.
Around 80 people gathered in the sunny weather to try their luck at the Sylvan Lake Lions Club’s annual bicycle auction Saturday morning.
HJ Cody School welcomed 24 Japanese exchange students into the school for a two-week exchange program last month.
Lakers football player Landon Rosene will head to McMahon Stadium in Calgary to play in Football Alberta's 26th Annual Senior Bowl.
Money for the campaign was raised through proceeds from every three- and five-gallon water bottle sold in February.
A class of Grade 5 students from École Mother Teresa School excitedly joined about 20 seniors at Centennial Park to ‘Walk the Talk.'
Over 300 people gathered at the Community Centre to celebrate the Leaders of Tomorrow Awards last Friday evening.
The outdoor seasons is underway for the Sylvan Lake-based soccer club.
HJ Cody School students have come up with a unique way of funding their worldly travels and will hold a flower sale on May 9.
Sylvan Lake's very own Ashley Akkermans, 22, was crowned Ponoka Stampede Queen 2015 on Ponoka Stampede grounds last Friday.
After weeks of campaigning, Wildrose Party representative Jason Nixon won the election in Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre.
The Sylvan Lake Management Plan Committee is in the second phase of the Cumulative Effects Management System (CEMS) Plan.
The 5th Annual Boob Tour Comedy Night included four comedians who entertained an adult audience.
Red bras, beads and lace adorned dining room table as the Sylvan Lake Sassy Sisters work to transform the bras into purses.
A group of Sylvan Lake children are learning the basics of baton twirling in a set of eight-week sessions.
Students of École Steffie Woima School learned the basics of writing stories from a pro.