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Day: November 21, 2019

Assault and unlawful confinement case postponed

The court case of Collin Glaser and Jesse Lablanc came to an abrupt halt on Nov. 6, three days into the trial, when the defence lawyers discovered a piece of evidence in their possession and new representation was requested.

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Draft budget includes $2M increase

As presented at the first of four public meetings on Nov. 16, the draft 2020 budget is $2 million dollars more than the 2019 budget, representing a 16.64 per cent overall increase.

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CGP funds three local non profits

Council approved funding through the Community Grant Program (CGP) to three out of five applicants in its second intake of 2019. While the five CGP applications added up to a total request of $39,000, the total funding available for this second intake was $29,727.

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Stingrays earn top-three finishes

Hinton hosted competitors from four junior lifeguard clubs at the Claire Jones Memorial meet Nov. 16, and came away with some top finishes.

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Faith and kindness key to 100 years

Jean Carroll’s great-granddaughter sat beside her during her birthday party and reminded her that she just turned 100.

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Water tests show safe lead levels: Town

Following the recently released report on high volumes of lead being found in Canada’s water, Hinton’s staff reassured its citizens that water from Hinton’s water treatment facility is well below the national safety guideline.

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Around The Rink: Nov. 21

Game Summaries for Minor Hockey/Ringette of Nov. 21

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Timberwolves sweep south of the border

The Hinton Timberwolves extended their win streak to lucky number 13 with a trio of road victories against American opponents Nov. 15 – 17.

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YRAF bringing Christmas spirit to the stage

Journey Into Christmas is here to get the community in the holiday spirit and inspire us all with Hinton’s local talent.

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Quilt auction benefitting health care

Thirty four quilts made by the Rocky Mountain Quilters Guild are being auctioned off online in support of local health care services.

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