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Hockey Central is looking to provide Sylvan Lake with some of the most uniquely local spirits.
The junior Sylvan Lake Yetti Lacrosse team will be able to play home games this season.
Our growth areas are legitimate. We are provided many advantages by our small size - Student safety, access for students.
Bibles for Grads is returning to Sylvan Lake, bringing bibles to any Grade 12 student in the community.
Sylvan Lake Minor Baseball Associations Fastball divisions are at the multi-gym of Ecole Fox Run/ Ecole Mother Teresa practising.
The Atom Lakers won a high-scoring blistering affair over their Central Albertan rival Innisfail.
Riders from Gasoline Alley Harley Davidson have joined the growing trend of ice stunting.
Sylvan Lake Traditional Karate, under the tutelage of Sensei Doug Smith, continues to produce quality athletes of the highest order.
Recently, Wolf Creek Public Schools released the results of their Thought Exchange Survey.
The Town of Eckville recently released a video, created by Summit Entertainment, that is intended to clear up some misconceptions.
The Senior Girl’s Eckville Aces basketball team continues its strong season with a crucial playoff victory over Bentley.
H.J. Cody School recently took part in We Are Silent, an initiative to help give a voice to the voiceless.
Sylvan Lake’s youngest DJ - DJ Sabatoge, AKA 11-year-old Sebastian Reinhart recently opened for Canadian hip hop legend Madchild.
Eckville Elementary recently received a thank you letter for their contribution of $2,191.45 to the Terry Fox Foundation.
The Senior Eckville Eagles season has come to an end. The team was bested in their five game series by the top-seeded Daysland North Stars.
Jason Nixon spoke to the Eckville Echo about how a potential PC-Wildrose merger would play out.
The Eckville Aces Senior Boys Basketball season ended after playing two games last week.
The Flipside Youth Centre recently had a few very special guests to help them celebrate their third annual Big Brother Day.
Sylvan Lake Minor Hockey paid homage to the young athletes that have sacrificed their time and bodies for midget hockey.
Town Council had a busy meeting on Monday, February 13.