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H.J. Cody School is continually trying to improve the academic success of its students.
Sylvan Lakers continued to show their giving nature when Top O’ the Hill Golf Course held its fist annual Top 100 Charity Golf Tournament.
Eckville Minor Baseball has returned, and the Eagles are already soaring around the baseball diamond.
Students at Ecole Mother Teresa School were given a crash course in safety during a mock incident on May 8.
The junior Sylvan Lake Yetti lacrosse team didn’t have the start to their season they were hoping for.
On May 8, Eckville Town Council held a regular meeting of Council.
Last Hill Golf Course is on the verge of being revived by a group headed by owner Bill MacLean.
The land was originally purchased for a new Eckville Hospital, however the hospital was shut down in 1995.
The H.J. Cody Lakers have to unfortunately wave goodbye to their star wide receiver Tyrese Hamilton.
Hero Plaque sponsorships are beginning for Veteran’s Voices of Canada Flags of Remembrance.
Majok is a volunteer for the Central Alberta Refugee Effort (CARE). He came to Canada after spending 13 years in a refugee camp.
Students from Ecole Steffie Woima School were lucky enough to experience the wonders of chemistry.
Mini Ball is continuing throughout the Spring in Eckville and brings benefits to basketball players both old and new to the sport.
The Hazzard County Inn is celebrating a historic milestone, after the building turned 100 years old on April 17, 2017.
The Eckville SPARC Program and the Eckville Recreation Board Youth Program recently completed their photo voice projects.
Jodee Prouse is a Sylvan Laker who recently released her memoir The Sun is Gone.
Curling is finally back in Sylvan Lake after a long hiatus due to the construction of the NexSource Centre.
C.P. Blakely School, Ecole Our Lady of the Rosary School and Ecole Mother Teresa School learned about hip hop culture for a good cause.
Notre Dame High School Grade 11 student and Crank Gym trainee Drew Perrson took another step towards the 2020 Olympic Games.
The Sylvan Lake Seniors Association is one of the user groups that was able to move into their new home at the NexSource Centre.