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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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Provincial job cuts impact wildfire and forestry

Position reductions signalled through budget 2020 means the loss of around 930 jobs in social services, agriculture, and wildfire management in Alberta.

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Coats for Kids collecting until end of this week

Residents of Hinton have been generous this year in donating their used coats for those who need them.

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‘We have now crossed a tipping point’: Hinshaw

Hinton currently has three cases of COVID-19 while Yellowhead County has four confirmed cases.

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Town removes oversight of Golf Society

Council and Town of Hinton administrative oversight has been removed from the Hinton Golf Society for the 2020-2021 Golf Course Operating Agreement.

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Town to seek partnership in land development

Council discussed and recommended that the Town pursue the collaborative partnership approach in the development of the Boutin Avenue lands with other organizations and developers.

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Xtreme score big in openers

Kennedy Davy scored eight goals and added two assists as the Hinton Xtreme U16 ringette squad started its season in style with a 15-6 win Oct. 24 over Leduc in Steve Hotchkiss Arena.

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Hinton B&Es drop while rural numbers rise

Hinton RCMP has met its goal of reducing break and enter incidents within the community this year, but break and enters in rural areas around Hinton have increased.

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Entrepreneurship alive and well in Hinton:CFWY

While small businesses in Hinton are doing well despite COVID-19, there is still a tremendous amount of support available.

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Hinton’s mat program put on hold this year

The Hinton Employment and Learning Place (HELP) decided not to go forward with opening the mat program this winter.

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