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Day: March 5, 2020

MHSTA changes ‘huge step forward’

By the fall of 2020, mobile home tenants could have access to dispute services available to any other landlords and tenants within Alberta.

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Council makes moves in draft two of budget

A first look at draft two of the 2020 operating budget prompted a series of motions from council during the regular council meeting on March 3.

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Town faces decision on visitor centre

The Hinton & District Chamber of Commerce requested financial support from council to continue managing the Hinton & District Information Centre after it lost provincial funding.

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Misogyny exposed by Greta decal

The recent example of rampant misogyny to hit the local news, in the form of a professionally printed decal depicting an arguably dominant sexual act on a female, has put me back on my heels while simultaneously getting my back up.

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Wild Mountain lands Lightfoot, closes in on headliner

With just 20 weeks left before the 13th Wild Mountain Music Festival is here again, the organizers are feeling optimistic about how the event is shaping up.

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One-Act tripleheader for Play-A-Palooza

Three one-act plays are up to win the audiences heart at this year’s Play-A-Palooza.

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Folding Mountain Taekwondo continues golden groove

Folding Mountain Taekwondo competitors locked in seven gold medals throughout the past two tournaments.

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HFSC closes season with ‘Ice Moves’

Duets, quads, trio, solos, and a group number will all be part of Hinton’s Figure Skating Club year-end figure skating showcase on March 7.

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Stage set for Calforex Cup at Nordic Centre

Competition will be fast and furious at the Hinton Nordic Centre from March 7 – 8 with biathletes converging from the Calforex Cup and North American Cup – West circuits.

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Hinton Xtreme bounced from provincials berth

February was one wild ride for the Hinton Xtreme U16 ringette squad with a myriad of ups and downs on the quest for a berth at the provincial championships.

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