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The Tour of Alberta, Canada’s largest professional cycling stage race, will visit Sylvan Lake Sept. 4.
During their regular meeting June 16, members of Sylvan Lake’s Municipal Planning Commission:
Already six months of the year have flown by and for construction starts in Sylvan Lake, there’s been an increase of 23 per cent
Recycling has become a way of life for Sylvan Lakers who participate, through the town’s waste transfer site
Four adults displaced by a fire which ravaged a duplex Monday evening received support from the Canadian Red Cross.
During their regular meeting June 9, Sylvan Lake councillors:
In a split 4-3 decision, Sylvan Lake councillors voted against contributing financially
“We’ve been going with urgent care but it’s apparent the province is not going to build urgent care.” Susan Samson
During their regular meeting May 26, Sylvan Lake councillors:
During their regular meeting May 20, members of Sylvan Lake’s Municipal Planning Commission:
“There are really exciting opportunities in this project” Amy Kormarniski, co-chair of the fundraising committee
The athletic prowess of 20 different teams and about 300 competitors at École H. J. Cody School was recognized
Lack of a second route into and out of a new subdivision planned for the northeast edge of Hewlett Park
Cirque de Soleil theme of 1913 Days parade
The addition of cakes this year to the third annual pie auction run by Sylvan Lake & Area Community Partners Association
Individual Sylvan Lake students won aggregate medals and teams did well during the Chinook’s Edge North Athletic Association
Those who excelled and led were honoured with awards during École H. J. Cody School’s music program concert
Unique Elevations claimed bragging rights after their chili was declared people’s choice winne
The addition of a street festival to Saturday’s 1913 Days celebration is being hailed as one of the best ideas in the recent past.
A Sylvan Lake minor hockey team won the opportunity to train like professional hockey players recently.