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Day: September 26, 2019

Same predicament, different election

The Voice published profiles on two candidates in our region. As of our (Sept. 26) deadline, there are also only two of a potential six candidates confirmed for the upcoming public forum hosted by the Hinton & District Chamber of Commerce.

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Untapped potential in Hinton: Griffiths

Hinton’s biggest challenge is cracking open its untapped potential and opportunities, says a community growth strategist and former MLA familiar with the area.

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Utility franchise fees will remain at 12.7 per cent in 2020

FortisAlberta franchise fee rates will remain at 12.7 per cent, council decided at the Sept. 17 regular council meeting.

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The Boogie Patrol is on a roll

Blues Band, The Boogie Patrol, suggests everyone bring their dancing shoes to the annual Hinton Rotary Oktoberfest on Oct. 5.

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Busy start for Break-A-Leg Theatre Society season

A few busy weeks are behind Break-A-Leg Theatre (BAL) as they’ve finished auditions for their upcoming shows and are in the full swing of rehearsals.

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Wolfpak preps for battle of undefeated teams

The Hinton Wolfpak will look to keep its undefeated season going, and maybe get a long-time monkey off its back, when the Edson Rebels visit Sept. 26.

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