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Year: 2019

Wild Mountain getting started early

The Wild Mountain Music Festival board is already in full swing to prepare for next year’s festival.

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Most Hinton transit upgrades not feasible

The Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) department has worked to improve Hinton’s transit system as suggested by the 2018 Transit Review report.

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Hinton continues Parent Link services

The Town of Hinton announced that it is preparing a proposal to continue funding its services to support early childhood and family development through the new Family Resource Network (FRN) Expression of Interest (EOI) process.

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Around The Rink: Nov. 14

Game Summaries for Minor Hockey/Ringette of Nov. 14

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Teammates battled for gold in Edmonton

It was a pair of Folding Mountain Taekwondo teammates that faced off for gold at the Grandmaster KH Mihn Tournament held Oct. 26 in Edmonton.

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T’wolves beat Bombers, extend win streak

Hinton Timberwolves fans were treated to a fantastic finish Nov. 8 as the home team leveraged a pair of late power play goals to fend off the Barrhead Bombers for a 5-3 final.

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Boardwalk visitor count not viable

The Town of Hinton will not be conducting a Beaver Boardwalk traffic count at this time due to a few sections being closed off, which would distort data collected.

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Proactive mental health needed: FCSS

Hinton has a need for more proactive mental health services as was identified through the Rural Mental Health Project.

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Initiative sees Hinton students honour deceased veterans

Fresh snow fell Nov. 4 at Woodlawn Cemetery as the names of local armed services veterans laid to rest there rang out in the morning air.

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BAL hits stage with wartime production

Five Hinton women step into the roles of civilian life during World War II in Break-A-Leg (BAL) Theatre’s upcoming performance of Waiting For the Parade.

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