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Day: October 24, 2019

Conditions delay completion of Big Horn Trail

Mountain bikers in the area had big hopes of riding the full epic Big Horn Trail this fall.

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Hintonites offer haunting Halloween experience

Hintonite Stephanie Hawthorne has been preparing not only her own costume for Halloween, but has also been collecting the perfect decorations and props for her expanded haunted house.

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No approval for Maxwell Lake rec area plan yet

Discussion around finalizing the Maxwell Lake recreational area outline plan was tabled by council until a standing committee before the end of June 2020.

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Soroka earns record-setting election win

Conservative Party candidate Gerald Soroka dominated the Yellowhead riding with 82.3 per cent of the popular vote on Oct. 22.

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Discovery Day promotes child development

Here to help parents learn about their children’s development is the second annual Discovery Day hosted Nov. 2 by ParentLink and the Growing Great Kids Coalition (GGK).

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No place for harassment in Hinton

The Town of Hinton released a public statement on Oct. 17 to address racist, threatening and defamatory behaviour towards Hinton employees.

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Future of grant fund relies on Automatic Traffic Enforcement program

Certified photo radar companies could be bidding on the automated traffic enforcement (ATE) program contract in Hinton if council approves the request for proposal (RFP) process at the next council meeting in November.

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Student vote mirrors federal election results

Students in Hinton practiced their democratic rights and participated in the Canadian federal election, just like they did with the provincial election earlier this year.

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T’Wolves earn two shutouts in tripleheader

The Hinton Timberwolves goaltending duo of Adam Robertson and Carter Wickson posted a shutout streak of 125 minutes during a weekend three-game home stand against a pair of American squads from the Northwest Division.

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Undefeated season turns to playoffs for Wolfpak

The Hinton Wolfpak closed out a stellar regular season with a 40-28 win over the Caroline Cougars on Oct. 17.

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