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The message emanating from Sylvan Lake’s Four Seasons Park on Aug. 21 was designed to send shivers up the
The winning ticket in the raffle held by the Jazz At The Lake Festival Society was drawn during Sunday
It’s been a great journey, but now, I feel, is the right time to change paths.
During their regular meeting Aug. 11, Sylvan Lake councillors:
Colourful symbols began appearing on sidewalks throughout town last Wednesday night as preparations took place for an unusual event.
Construction of Sylvan Lake’s new multi-use recreation facility got a boost Sunday during the Stanley Cup’s visit to Sylvan Lake.
The sketches weren’t as pretty or eye appealing as councillors wanted, but they approved the final draft concept
Inspiration is found in journals that Cory Nespor began in 2000. His first journal was to document a summer adventure.
Creation of 73 residential lots for the second phase of The Vista in Ryders Ridge subdivision was approved
The Stanley Cup, the Holy Grail of North American hockey, is making a return trip to Sylvan Lake on Sunday.
As the province ramps up its campaign to keep Alberta free of zebra and quagga mussels, local agencies were involved
The town is evaluating a compensation proposal from its insurance company before demolition of the collapsed arena can begin.
Frustration is rising day after day. Yet there appears to be an end in sight. The question is ‘will it be soon enough’?
Closure of 50th Street in the downtown area all day tomorrow (Friday) prompted an angry response from one business owner
Several current and past residents of Sylvan Lake were remembered when names were approved for the Crestview subdivision
Eleven new homes and nine rowhouse units accounted for more than $4.1 million in construction permitted by the town during July.
During their regular meeting July 14, Sylvan Lake councillors:
Sylvan Lake RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in preventing a crime trend which involves perpetrators rummaging
Years of involvement of Memorial Presbyterian Church members and ministers was recognized
A number of Sylvan Lake residents were competitors at the Alberta Summer Games which wrapped up on Sunday in Airdrie.