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Santa’s Anonymous seeks support for campaign

The Kin Club of Hinton has been busy preparing Christmas hampers for close to 200 families in Hinton.

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Photo radar freeze affects local ATE program

Council gave administration the go-ahead to renew their automated traffic enforcement (ATE) program with Global Traffic Group for the next two years after the Government of Alberta announced a temporary freeze on ATE.

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HSD bringing Disney moves to Snowflake Parade

Students from the Hinton School of Dance are bringing their Disneyland choreography to the Snowflake Parade this weekend.

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Junior actors cry fowl for Christmas

The lively, fast-paced performance of 12 Days of Christmas will get everyone in the mood for Christmas this weekend, according to director Don Engerdahl.

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Heavy medal haul for Folding Mountain

Athletes from Folding Mountain Taekwondo dominated at the Tiger Challenge Tournament in Edmonton on Nov. 23.

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Johnston medals as biathlon begins

Sara Johnston of the Hinton Nordic Cougars had a strong start to her biathlon season last weekend in Canmore, bringing home a silver in the sprint event on opening day and a gold medal in the pursuit race Sunday.

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Teck town hall to discuss closure

Teck is hosting a town hall on Dec. 5 to share more about the closure of Cardinal River Operations (CRO).

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Rappel firefighter program eliminated

The provincial government announced it will cut an elite firefighting program whose members have trained in Hinton for decades.

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Alberta reconsidering Daylight Savings Time

The province recently put out a survey asking Albertans their opinion on abolishing the time change. The survey’s two options included keeping the time change or adopting daylight savings time (DST) all year round, not providing an option for those who would like to see a switch to permanent standard time.

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