Myra Nicks

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Web poll: What Christmas movie do you have to watch every year?

Christmas movie rituals span from It’s a Wonderful Life to Lethal Weapon

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Mayor Helen Posti presented the Eckford trophy to Grade 12 student Noah Law. Photo submitted.

Town council highlights

Town council met for their regular meeting Nov. 27

Mayor Helen Posti presented the Eckford trophy to Grade 12 student Noah Law. Photo submitted.
Nicks: Let the river flow

Nicks: Let the river flow

Bi-weekly column on all things holistic health related

Nicks: Let the river flow
Poll: Which winter vacation appeals most to you?

Poll: Which winter vacation appeals most to you?

Choose from the following options or let us know what you would prefer instead.

Poll: Which winter vacation appeals most to you?
Eagles, Matt Schmermund tied the game half-way through the third period.                                Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo

Eagles keep soaring in back to back games

Bonnyville Pontiacs lost in the 4-2 game Nov. 18

Eagles, Matt Schmermund tied the game half-way through the third period.                                Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo
Atom A Lakers, Parker Small scored four of the team’s goals in their 10-7 win over the Eckville Eagles, Nov. 18 . Photo by Myra Nicks/Sylvan Lake News

Lakers wash out Eagles

The two Atom A teams played Nov.18 at NexSource Centre

Atom A Lakers, Parker Small scored four of the team’s goals in their 10-7 win over the Eckville Eagles, Nov. 18 . Photo by Myra Nicks/Sylvan Lake News
Eckville gets in holiday spirit

Eckville gets in holiday spirit

The tree lighting is set to happen on Nov. 30

Eckville gets in holiday spirit
Make a pledge for change

Make a pledge for change

“One Thing. Anything. It Begins with You” is the theme for this year’s Change Day campaign

Make a pledge for change
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Cadets win bronze

The biathlon team placed at Nov. 5 event in Camrose

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Town council in session. Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo

Eckville to provide new ECG machine for urgent care

Eckville’s Town Council met for is regular meeting on Nov. 14

Town council in session. Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo
Nicks: Never stop your wag

Nicks: Never stop your wag

Bi-weekly column on all things holistic health related

Nicks: Never stop your wag
Eckville held their Remembrance Day ceremony at the Community Centre at 10:45 a.m. Participants sang the hymn “Weep for the Dead” during the ceremony. Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo

Eckville honours service of veterans

The Eckville Community Centre was full Nov. 11 in remembrance of those who fought and served

Eckville held their Remembrance Day ceremony at the Community Centre at 10:45 a.m. Participants sang the hymn “Weep for the Dead” during the ceremony. Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo
Minister Eggen announces new resources to support reconciliation and the inclusion of First Nations, Métis and Inuit history, perspectives and contributions into current Grade 1-9 curriculum at Dr. Martha Cohen School in Calgary. Photo submitted.

Lesson plans aid in reconciliation process

First Nations, Métis and Inuit culture and history to be taught in schools

Minister Eggen announces new resources to support reconciliation and the inclusion of First Nations, Métis and Inuit history, perspectives and contributions into current Grade 1-9 curriculum at Dr. Martha Cohen School in Calgary. Photo submitted.
Left to right: Cenovus Energy-Eckville employees Brian Radcliffe, Dave Pockrant, Shawn Meyer, and food bank coordinators Barb and John Meinczinger. The three men from Cenovus delivered 639 pounds of donated food and $1,305 in cheques and cash donated by their employees and contractors to the Breton Faith Covenant Church Food Bank on Oct 25, 2017. Photo submitted.

Cenovus Energy feeds food bank

Eckville employees delivered delivered 639 pounds of food to Breton

Left to right: Cenovus Energy-Eckville employees Brian Radcliffe, Dave Pockrant, Shawn Meyer, and food bank coordinators Barb and John Meinczinger. The three men from Cenovus delivered 639 pounds of donated food and $1,305 in cheques and cash donated by their employees and contractors to the Breton Faith Covenant Church Food Bank on Oct 25, 2017. Photo submitted.
The Eagles tied the game up right at 11:11 on the clock in third period. Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo

Eagles fly ahead

Eckville Eagles won against Morinville Kings 3-2 in Nov. 4 game

The Eagles tied the game up right at 11:11 on the clock in third period. Photo by Myra Nicks/Eckville Echo
One Stop Market gives holiday shoppers variety

One Stop Market gives holiday shoppers variety

Eckville held a market Nov. 4 in the Community Centre

One Stop Market gives holiday shoppers variety
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Nominate a great kid

Sixteen young Albertans will receive award for service in the spring

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Watch: Scared students feed food bank

Fox Run fundraised with a haunted house over Halloween

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Nicks: Swimming in the subconscious

Nicks: Swimming in the subconscious

Bi-weekly column on all things holistic health related

Nicks: Swimming in the subconscious
Couple grows four pound potato

Couple grows four pound potato

Eckville gardeners Earnest and Juanita Vütala have been growing seeds for 80 years

Couple grows four pound potato