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Day: January 23, 2020

Living with Alzheimer’s in Hinton

Watching someone’s personality change and not being remembered by those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s is one of the most difficult things to deal with, say three different locals who have stepped into a caregiving role for their loved ones.

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Working to make Hinton more accessible

Next time you enter a building, look around and think about whether someone with a disability would have problems entering, getting around, or even living there.

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Ribbon cut on affordable housing units

The new apartment building at Happy Creek Estates opened its doors to visitors on Jan. 21 for its grand opening.

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Wind limits bird count

Participation in Hinton’s 33rd bird count saw a record high this year despite strong winds that kept bird numbers down.

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Hinton choirs to shake things up with Curtain Call

Spirit of the Rockies women’s choir and the Foothills Male Chorus are switching things up with their third annual combined concert this January.

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Land Use Bylaw amendments spark debate

A handful of local residents voiced both their concerns and support regarding amendments being made to land use bylaw 1088-11 during the public hearing on Jan. 21.

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