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Day: February 27, 2020

Local wins 60km ultra race

Local ultra runner, Meagan Hayashi, became the first-place female and third overall runner to finish the 60 KM Black Canyon Trail on Feb. 15 in Arizona, US.

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AISH changes leave some scrambling

A Hinton resident was caught off guard when she found out the Alberta government was changing the date for when her Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) payment would arrive next month.

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Permits required as fire season begins

Wildfire season is only a few days away and Fire Smart efforts are in the works.

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Trial date set in relation to Amber Alert

Cody Armstrong was released on bail on Feb. 10 and returned to court on Feb.19 to plead not guilty for the charges laid against him.

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Council looking to define civic agencies

Council will receive a phase one report on best practices for civic agencies before the middle of 2020.

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Close but no cigar for T’Wolves in losses to Aeros

The Hinton Timberwolves showed during a three-game set against the division leading Edson Aeros that they definitely have what it takes to keep pace with their rivals.

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Decade-long case ends in $20,000 fine

A nearly 10-year-old case involving unauthorized guiding services for hunting near Grande Cache came to an end with guilty pleas entered on all counts.

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