PHOTOS: Sylvan Lakers enjoy the spring sunshine

Warm temperatures during the final days of winter brought out residents out of their homes March 27

Sylvan Lake Spray Park reaches fundraising goal with provincial grant

The spray park received a $271,976 grant from the Government of Alberta

Will COVID-19 affect Wetaskiwin’s single-use plastic ban?

City of Wetaskiwin’s single-use plastic ban still stands amidst coronavirus reusable bag concerns.

H.J. Cody Surprise Grad

Catholic school students in Sylvan Lake to resume classes online next week

Following spring break, students at OLR and Mother Teresa will begin learning on digital platforms

Nowco Home Hardware supports Lacombe Food Bank during COVID-19 pandemic

Store creates viral video and toilet paper contest to encourage Food Bank donations

Sylvan Lake support groups cancel in-person meetings

AA and TOPS will continue to offer support online and by phone during outbreak

Sylvan Lake residents practise social distancing while getting some fresh air

The mild weather over the weekend had residents getting out of the house for a walk in the park

Sylvan Lake resident says kidney donation changed her life

Lexie Libby received a kidney from her younger sister Emma last summer

Sylvan Lake fitness centres offering digital workouts

Scott McDermott says it is important to continue to stay active and healthy during COVID-19 outbreak

Leslieville welder turns railroad spikes into art

Aaron Knight says he “fell into” the new passion six months ago

Christmas returns to Sylvan Lake as light displays turned on again

Sylvan Lakers have turned on their holiday lights to bring joy during a dark time

QUIZ: Are you ready for spring?

To mark the first day of spring, take this short 10-question quiz

Sylvan Lake business owner exchanges toilet paper for donations to Community Partners

Mike Williams decided he could help the community in Sylvan Lake with toilet paper

QUIZ: Are you feeling unlucky?

There are many superstitions surrounding Friday the 13th. See how well you know these traditions

Sylvan Lake man hoping solar panels will start green conversation

Brian Inglis has installed solar panels on his home, and is now hoping to talk to others about it

Young Sylvan Lakers get the royal treatment at a tea party

The Sylvan Lake Municipal Library hosted a Royal Tea Party, Mach 7

Former Sylvan Lake author returns to library for release of her new book

Charlotte Tweed will be discussing her new book at the library March 21

Sylvan Lake celebrating spring’s arrival with The Meltdown

The Meltdown is a re-worked and improved version of last year’s Kites on Ice event

Eckville author pens thoughtful look at faith, religion and God in first book

Clinton Bezan published his first book “Truth Cries Out” in early February

Sylvan Lake doctor encourages women to be kind to themselves

Dr. Ieleen Taylor is hosting workshops for women dealing with stress and burnout