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Month: July 2019

Junior squads prepare for the best

Two junior A hockey teams in Hinton are moving forward in preparation for the upcoming hockey season, though only one can move ahead.

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ISL agreement with the town ends

A service contract between Hinton and ISL Engineering came to an end on June 26 and the town is not planning on renewing their agreement with ISL.

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MPB focus of fun park performance

The ravenous Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB) showed off it’s sneaky ways of taking over the forest during the Battle of the Beetle at Gregg Lake campground.

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IDP approval process postponed until August

Edits were made to the draft Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) and agreed upon between Town of Hinton and Yellowhead County administration.

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Mary Reimer Rodeo bringing bullfighting to the Friday night lineup

Acrobatics, running, and jumping are all included when three men try to control an aggressive fighting bull at the Mary Reimer Memorial Rodeo.

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Two rec centre concepts presented

Council members displayed their commitment to involving the community in the concept and design of the new aquatics facility.

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Kushneryk continues to ride toward her dream

Before the barrel races at the upcoming Mary Reimer Memorial Rodeo, rider Alaysha Kushneryk could most likely be found near her horse trailer.

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Council approves three admin positions for 2019

Three new positions for the Town of Hinton were recommended for approval by council to maintain existing service levels, requiring an increase of $99,447.

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Mack seeks online Ms. Health & Fitness title

Local Tammy Mack, a self-proclaimed fitness junkie, is on a quest to earn the Ms. Health & Fitness title in the world’s largest online fitness competition.

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Wild Mountain’s got the Funk

On the heels of a new album release, Five Alarm Funk will be sharing some of their new sounds with Hinton this weekend at the Wild Mountain Music Festival.

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