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Day: May 14, 2020

Not Ready For Relaunch?

Lack of clarity in guidelines and backlogged PPE orders creating some anxiety for local businesses

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Local recreation sites back in business

Disc golf course, mountain bike park and gun range all open, but operating under COVID guidelines

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Decision on Water Act expected this summer

A decision on Hinton’s water act application for the Beaver Boardwalk is estimated to be made in four to eight weeks, according to Jason Penner, Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) communication advisor.

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Virtual run raises funds for local cancer clinic

Participants have until May 31 to hit the trails, or the treadmill, for Alberta fundraiser

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New principal coming to CVS

Crescent Valley Elementary School (CVS) is starting next school year with a new principal.

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Work begins on St. Greg roof repairs

Crews worked this week to remove the top soil from an area on top of St. Gregory Community Catholic School to facilitate repairs to the roof.

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AB COVID UPDATE

The province is moving forward with phase one of the relaunch strategy.

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Provincial funds used to remove MPB-infested trees

Yellowhead County received $300,000 through the government’s Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB) Municipal Grant Program, according to a May 7 announcement by the province.

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RCMP seek suspects in break and enter

Hinton RCMP are seeking public assistance in identifying the individuals involved in the break and enter of Peak Performance at 329 Fleming Drive on April 2 at 7:20 pm.

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Quilters come together for healthcare

Several members of the quilting guilds in Hinton have taken up the task of making scrub bags for local healthcare workers.

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