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Wild Mountain now setting its sights on 2021

The Wild Mountain Music Society is setting its sight on 2021 after their 2020 festival was cancelled due to the current COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings in Alberta.

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Library getting resources, programs to the people

The Hinton Library has prided itself as a third space – a home away from home for many and a focal point of cultural and literary programming.

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Food blogger getting community cooking

COVID-19 has prompted a lot of people to spend more time in the kitchen, expanding their culinary horizons … and their waistlines.

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Caputo nominated for public service legacy award

An almost-20 year veteran of local school boards has been nominated for a legacy award that honours integrity, compasion, mentoring and leadership over the course of a career in public education.

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Local teacher among residents uploading videos for The PATH’s Social Distancing Talent Show

On any given weekday Iain Langley would ordinarily be teaching Grade 3 at St. Gregory Catholic Elementary School.

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Couch Sessions delivers open mic magic

The first Friday night of the month has become synonymous with open mic nights at The Old Grind over the past number of years.

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Home Routes brings music to the people

The people can’t come to the music, so the music is coming to them over the next little while.

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Sweet Surrender

The book is not only about Duncan’s journey with cancer but about practicing the surrender method she believes healed her and changed her life.

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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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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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