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BAL hits stage with wartime production

Five Hinton women step into the roles of civilian life during World War II in Break-A-Leg (BAL) Theatre’s upcoming performance of Waiting For the Parade.

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A (haunted) Night At The Museum

Unexplained noises and mysterious activity has been puzzling the staff at Hinton’s Northern Rockies Museum of Culture & Heritage.

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Hintonites offer haunting Halloween experience

Hintonite Stephanie Hawthorne has been preparing not only her own costume for Halloween, but has also been collecting the perfect decorations and props for her expanded haunted house.

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Fiddler bringing ‘The Gift’ to Grind

Fiddling his way across Canada is Alberta fiddle player, Calvin Vollrath, on his tour featuring new album, ‘The Gift.’

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Seeing is Believing for Youth Centre magic show

Magician, Neil Croswell is about to show Hinton the magic word he uses to float his audience members in mid-air.

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The Boogie Patrol is on a roll

Blues Band, The Boogie Patrol, suggests everyone bring their dancing shoes to the annual Hinton Rotary Oktoberfest on Oct. 5.

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Busy start for Break-A-Leg Theatre Society season

A few busy weeks are behind Break-A-Leg Theatre (BAL) as they’ve finished auditions for their upcoming shows and are in the full swing of rehearsals.

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HSD policy review leaves dancer in the dark

The Hinton School of Dance (HSD) is working to change some of its policies addressing students with disabilities, and one local family is fighting to put a stop to it.

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Plod podding across Canada

Dr. Richard Zier-Vogel’s goal is to make the trek across the country with his homemade trailer tied around his waist before the winter this year

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Rotary brings Bavarian tradition back to Hinton

The annual Hinton Rotary Oktoberfest on Oct. 5 is the primary fundraiser for the Hinton Rotary Club.

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