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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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Monster Pro Wrestling heading to Hinton

Hinton’s Masters Sports Lounge will host Monster Pro Wrestling on Sept. 21.

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Lyseng – from class clown to a comedy lifestyle

Anybody that’s attending the Boob Tour in Hinton this month is about to get to know stand-up comic Brittany Lyseng very well.

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Boob Tour returns to Hinton for 10th year

Four comedians are set to hit the stage in Hinton for the tenth annual Boob Tour comedy fundraising event this September.

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New club to bring independent films

Coming soon to the big screen in Hinton are a selection of films straight from the TIFF film circuit, made possible by the new Hinton Film Club.

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Indie film Mine 9 depicts coal disaster danger

Eddie Mensore’s claustrophobic thriller, Mine 9, takes audiences two miles underground where nine coal miners become trapped with only one hour of oxygen.

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Wild Mountain backed by community support … feels the love in 2019

After a rocky start, Wild Mountain Music Festival turned out to be a success, said Layne Seabrook, president of the festival.

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Lodge activites keep residents engaged, active

Painting has always been part of Norene Cooper’s life and, fortunately, she has been able to keep painting while living at the Pine Valley Lodge.

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