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Day: October 17, 2019

Satisfaction Survey says crime is residents’ primary concern

Hinton’s citizens identified crime as the community’s top issue, followed by the economy and social issues, according to the citizen satisfaction survey.

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Yellowhead Votes 2019

Two Yellowhead riding candidates – Douglas Galavan of the People’s Party of Canada and Gerald Soroka of the Conservative Party – participated in the candidates forum hosted by the Hinton and District Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 30. TheVoice is publishing responses to various public questions posed at the forum.

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Bluegrass duo kicks off Home Routes

Husband-wife musical duo, Corrina Rose Logston and Jeremy Stephens, are leading the Home Routes series this year in Hinton.

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Hearn enjoys role on the Hinton firefighter team

Trevor Hearn has been helping out the Hinton Fire Department for the past three years.

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New fire services agreement approved

To maintain an ongoing working relationship between the town of Hinton and Yellowhead County, council approved a new fire services agreement.

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Timberwolves prep for cross-border contests

The Hinton Timberwolves exploded out of the gate during a three-game home set over Thanksgiving weekend and rode the big start to two wins over the Barrhead Bombers.

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Resident feedback requested at town hall

Hinton Town Council is hosting a Town Hall open to all residents on Thursday, Oct. 17.

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