Month: August 2019

Admin presents exception to policy

An exception to the Town Purchasing Policy was made to allow obtaining professional services to complete work.

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Timberwolves add firepower to roster

The Hinton Timberwolves continue to wheel and deal in building its roster for the upcoming Western States Hockey League (WSHL) junior season.

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Water Devils claim two records at provincials

In a 2019 summer swim season that has already had a bevy of highlights and personal bests, the Hinton Water Devils still managed to save a little something special to close it out.

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Toy Run is getting back to basics

Hinton did not have a toy run prior to 1985, and it wasn’t until two motorcycles passed each other going in opposite directions on Macleod Avenue that the idea of a toy run was set into motion.

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Fish and Wildlife remove three bears from Hinton

Alberta Fish & Wildlife has responded to calls about bears in Hinton and set up bear traps with the intention to relocate the animals.

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Timberwolves seek billet families for players

Multiple families opened their homes last hockey season to the Junior A hockey players that joined Hinton’s team.

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Indie film Mine 9 depicts coal disaster danger

Eddie Mensore’s claustrophobic thriller, Mine 9, takes audiences two miles underground where nine coal miners become trapped with only one hour of oxygen.

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Wellness fair brings fun with family

The annual Family Wellness Fair now in its fifth year keeps growing as the years go by with more vendors and more activities for the kids.

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Motocross club dealing with muddy venue this year

Despite the constant rain, when the odd ray of sunshine appears on a wednesday, riders make sure their bikes are ready to go for the motocross track.

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Group looks to help control cat population

The Hinton and District Spay and Neuter Society (HaDSaNS) captures cats from the community to neuter or spay them, and finds them a home.

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