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Year: 2019

Hinton is proactive on investment

.A pitch deck highlighting Hinton’s economic state was presented at the regular council meeting on Sept. 3 by Scott Kovatch, Hinton’s economic development officer.

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Mobile Home tenants talk change with Service Alberta Minister

Service Alberta Minister Nate Glubish visited the town of Hinton on Aug. 28 to hear what residents had to say about their experience living in local mobile home parks.

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Lyseng – from class clown to a comedy lifestyle

Anybody that’s attending the Boob Tour in Hinton this month is about to get to know stand-up comic Brittany Lyseng very well.

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Council requests options for citizen engagement

Council is looking for more active engagement with the public on the upcoming 2020 budget.

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It’s not too late to Run In The Rockies

Race day for Run in the Rockies is almost here and there’s still time to take on the challenge and sign up.

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Regional library fees to increase in 2020

Hinton council heard Aug. 20 that Yellowhead Regional Library fees are increasing next year to try and keep services consistent.

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Deschamps a constant on Hinton MS Bike Tour

Deschamps became the tour’s spokesperson in 2004 and has been dedicated ever since to encourage and cheer on the participants throughout their ride.

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Death Café not afraid to talk dying

A terminally-ill man asked a group of people, who had gathered at a local café to talk about death, whether they had yet come to terms with the fact that they would die.

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Locals look forward to barrel challenge

Many barrel race events take place in Alberta, but most of them take place at least four to five hours away from Hinton in central Alberta.

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T’Wolves add vets Buttazoni and Basnett

A few more familiar faces from last year’s junior hockey roster have signed on with the Hinton Timberwolves for the 2019-2020 season.

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