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Day: 30 January 2020

MPB took a beating this winter: researcher

Mountain Pine Beetle populations in the forests around Hinton have taken a beating this winter, says a top local scientist, but it will be months before researchers get a more accurate idea how much of a beating the MPB took in a recent extreme cold snap

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Hinton Rotary leads Cup for Compassion fundraiser

In the midst of radiation treatments that made her feel sick and a daunting cancer diagnosis hovering over her, Amanda DeRudder found comfort and solace in her home away from home.

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Bulk arena advertising fee remains

A reduction to the Advertising Fee section of the existing Facility Use Agreement between the Hinton Timberwolves Junior A Hockey Team and the Town of Hinton was denied by committee.

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Wild weekend in Meadow Lake for T’Wolves

There was no shortage of excitement during the three-day road trip to Meadow Lake for the Hinton Timberwolves.

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2020 welcomes split assessment and notices

Hinton residents will receive their tax assessment and notices separately this year, rather than the previous single notice.

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Heavy medal haul for Folding Mountain

Folding Mountain Taekwondo athletes cleaned up at the 30th Annual Whitecourt Taekwondo Championship this past weekend, including one competitor’s triumphant return from injury.

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Nighthawks drop Drayton, advance in provincials

The Hinton McDonald’s Nighthawks atom hockey squad needed to start strong Jan. 24 in Game 2 of their provincial tournament series against Drayton Valley.

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Hinton Cougars capture 10 medals in Camrose

The Hinton Cougars biathlon team will see little rest over the next month and a half.

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Hockey squads fall short in finals

Two Hinton ladies squads came up short in a bid to grab glory on championship Sunday during the 10th Annual Hinton Mustangs Ladies Hockey Tournament held Jan. 24 – 26.

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