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Month: August 2019

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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Boob Tour returns to Hinton for 10th year

Four comedians are set to hit the stage in Hinton for the tenth annual Boob Tour comedy fundraising event this September.

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Hinton already provides Take It or Leave It service

The Town of Hinton will look at extending their current contract with the Edson and District Recycling Society but are not currently in discussions with them about this.

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Preliminary 2020 budget talks begin

Preliminary budget discussions began during the standing committee meeting on Aug. 27 and paved the way for Council to work with administration.

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Mobile home owners to meet with Minister

Nate Glubish, the Minister of Service Alberta, is coming to Hinton to hear what residents have to say about the MHSTA on Aug. 28.

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No green power for Hinton buildings

With no green power component included, council locked into a three year energy agreement with AMSC for all its municipal facilities.

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New club to bring independent films

Coming soon to the big screen in Hinton are a selection of films straight from the TIFF film circuit, made possible by the new Hinton Film Club.

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Fish and Wildlife remove ‘bait piles’ near Hinton

Fish and Wildlife have been busy dealing with the continued bear presence in Hinton, and last week the situation escalated with the discovery of bait piles.

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