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Read the Hinton Voice online, Oct. 15 Issue

The Hinton Voice is available for free in print and on our website. Individual stories are published on our website one week after their original publication date.

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Local student honoured with provincial award

When Lucy Beaverbones’ mom proudly told her she won an award, the Grade 4 student was curious to find out which award she was talking about.

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Golf course asset acquisition agreement approved

Council approved the Asset Acquisition Agreement between the Town of Hinton and the Hinton Golf Society and directed Administration to proceed with establishing a one-year Operating Agreement with the Hinton Golf Society.

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Focus on serving up fire safety in the kitchen

It’s Fire Prevention Week in Canada and this year’s theme for the Hinton Fire Department is “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen.”

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Share Shop overwhelmed with donated items

Hinton’s Share Shop is asking the public to be more selective in their donations as they deal with the aftermath of the pandemic and the backlog of items.

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Precautions urged, but Halloween not cancelled

Halloween is not cancelled this year, but some simple precautions are recommended by the province to make it as safe as possible.

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Freedom Express transfer halted

Evergreens Foundation will not be taking over the accessible transportation service from the Town of Hinton after a formal process identified issues with the transfer.

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Town pursues multiple grant streams

The Town of Hinton requested to transfer $251,143 of federal funding that is available through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) Public Transit Stream to the COVID Resilience Stream.

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No movies ‘for many more months’

Hinton’s movie enthusiasts and cinephiles may be disappointed to hear that Hinton Movies announced this week its continued suspension of big screen movie delivery in Hinton.

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Caputo wins Baker Legacy Award for public education

Shirley Caputo was completely surprised when the board chair of Grande Yellowhead Public School Division (GYPSD) stood up during their last board meeting to announce Caputo had won the Dick Baker Legacy Award.

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