Winners of the Slave Lake Minor Hockey Association Super Bowl pool were rounded up last week and presented with their cheques. The two who showed up to have their photo taken were Sherry Halbert, left ($100) and Lynn Goodman, right…

Slave Lake’s Pee Wee 1 Thunder are in good shape in provincial playdowns after a 5 – 0 victory over Peace River on Feb. 7. The second game of the two-game, total-goal series is in Peace River on Feb. 15.

If you’re going to show up at the wrong time for a meeting, we’ve found it works much better to be early than late. We’ve had plenty of experience with both – somehow getting mixed up as to the right…

Slave Lake’s senior women’s hockey team, the Kodiaks, hosted the Taylor Falcons on Saturday, winning 4 – 2. Michelle Holmes, Lyndsay Baird and Paige Foster scored for the Kodiaks.

The Slave Lake Novice 3 Thunder came up big at a tournament in Barrhead on the first weekend of February, winning the ‘B’ side with four straight victories. In the round robin they defeated Sherwood Park, Barrhead and Beaumont; in…

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader Slave Lake’s Midget boys’ hockey team is in Tier III of their league for a reason, and that reason was hammered home on Friday in a game against one of the better teams in the Tier…

Slave Lake RCMP seek public assistance to locate 17 year old Slave Lake, Alberta – Slave Lake RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to locate 17 year old Latoya Giroux. Giroux was last seen in Slave Lake on February…

Leader staff Two break-ins of businesses in Slave Lake late last month may or may not be related. Police aren’t sure, but they have identified a couple of ‘vehicles of interest,’ which might lead somewhere. On the night of Jan.…

Christopher Hall Comic Orchestra and Moe Mouallem Nicola Ramsey For the Lakeside Leader Christopher Hall was once the principal clarinetist of the Orchestre Metropolitain. He found work in the orchestra far too serious, so now, instead of joking around in…

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader As you may or may not know, Slave Lake’s three large forest products companies are developing a 10-year forest management plan. It’s a big undertaking, involving much besides a forecast for where logging will happen and…

To the Editor: Since the Liberals were elected in 2015, major capital investments in Canada’s resource sector have significantly declined due to regulatory uncertainty. Now the government is proposing the creation of new regulatory burdens, which when combined with a…

Joe McWilliams Oldtimers like to talk about the ‘good old days’ as if everything is getting worse. In some ways it probably is, but one thing is for sure, some types of wildlife are more abundant in the 2000s than…

E.G. Wahlstrom School students rehearsing for the musical play ‘Seussical’ took a moment last week to pose dramatically for a photo. The players are making great progress, says teacher and director Andrea Avery, adding that “we’re only eight rehearsals away,…