Steve Dills

Historic pictures, stories of arena requested for commemorative section

Following Sylvan Lake’s success in the Kraft Hockeyville competition, the Sylvan Lake News is preparing a commemorative section

Centennial event photos requested

A special photo book is being compiled to capture the many fabulous events and activities which took place

Consider tissue and organ donations

Education is one of the most critical components of any campaign.

Businesses moving, new businesses opening downtown according to stats

Movement of two commercial businesses in the downtown core was highlighted in building statistics for March

Grade 12 students presented with Bibles at celebration

A celebratory atmosphere pervaded as Grade 12 students, teachers and members of Sylvan Lake’s Christian

Severe head injuries resulted after longboarding crash; transported by STARS

A 22-year-old Red Deer man received a severe head injury following a spill while longboarding down the hill on Old Boomer Road

Music festival proposed for pier in mid-August

Proponents of a music festival on the pier in mid-August will be back before councillors at their next meeting, Apr. 28.

Tennis has captivated young teen who’s winning provincially and nationally

After tiring of watching her sister, Madison, play tennis, Kirsten Prelle took up the sport herself at the age of 5.

Capella, Bahler co-recipients of Volunteer of Year honours

Two very deserving active volunteers in Sylvan Lake were presented with the HCI Cup as Volunteers of the Year

Debate focused on $100,000 surplus during discussion on property tax rate

Should councillors lower their previously approved tax rate increase or should they proceed?

Calkins again turned to poetry to express gratitude in Hockeyville bid

MP Blaine Calkins spoke in the House of Commons during last Wednesday’s question period to acknowledge the efforts

Peck remembered during council meeting as councillor, employee, volunteer

Former town councillor and employee Frank Peck was remembered at Monday night’s council meeting by Mayor Sean McIntyre.

Many appreciated for their volunteer efforts

While there were only two winners of Volunteer of the Year honours at last Friday’s Volunteer Impact Gala, all those who were nominated

Volunteers strengthen fabric of community; reap rewards from their work

Just as our lives are affected by a multitude of experiences, the life and fabric of our community is also similarly affected

Brausen honoured for 20 years with Sylvan’s fire department

Twenty years of service to the community was marked when firefighters, friends and family gathered to honour Fire Chief Cliff Brausen

National award won by News for historic section

An extensive review of Sylvan Lake’s history, published as a special section of Sylvan Lake News last May has won

Wallet recovered minus substantial amount of money

A wallet, inadvertently dropped by the owner near Servus Credit Union on 50th Street Mar. 31, has been found

5.5 per cent drop in electricity use during Earth Hour in Sylvan

Power consumption dropped by 717 kW during Earth Hour on Mar. 29, according to FortisAlberta.

Nominations sought for provincial Volunteer of Year award

The deadline to nominate worthy Sylvan Lakers for a prestigious provincial award is nearing.

The time is here to celebrate our great Hockeyville accomplishments; overwhelming community spirit

“Let Your Fun Out!” That’s the phrase Spirit of Sylvan Hockeyville organizers are promoting