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Day: October 31, 2019

There’s no place like home for homegrown Hinton teachers

Nearly 30 teachers from Hinton’s three elementary schools and two high schools are born and raised Hintonites who returned to the community after university to teach.

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Hinton Boxing Club sends participants to sanctioned event for first time ever

Caleb Dircks and Jace MacPhee are the first boxers from the Hinton Boxing Club that will compete in a sanctioned boxing event.

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A (haunted) Night At The Museum

Unexplained noises and mysterious activity has been puzzling the staff at Hinton’s Northern Rockies Museum of Culture & Heritage.

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Town takes over HGC assets

Town Council approved the transfer of assets of the Hinton Golf Club (HGC) to the Town of Hinton after the special meeting of council on Oct. 29.

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Kalk ready for curling mixed nationals

One of Hinton’s own curlers is heading off to Quebec this week to compete at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship as part of Team Alberta.

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RCMP give community tips about property crime

A handful of people who attended the Property Crime Reduction Seminar were victims of property crime, and according to the satisfaction survey that came out recently, a lot more people in Hinton are concerned about the high volume of property crime cases.

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T’Wolves continue to roll, ranked 2nd in WSHL

The Hinton Timberwolves won three straight weekend contests to push their win streak to six games, keeping them atop the Provincial Division another week and vaulting them into the top 10 rankings of the Western States Hockey League (WSHL).

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