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By Masha Scheele

Hinton continues Parent Link services

The Town of Hinton announced that it is preparing a proposal to continue funding its services to support early childhood and family development through the new Family Resource Network (FRN) Expression of Interest (EOI) process.

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Most Hinton transit upgrades not feasible

The Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) department has worked to improve Hinton’s transit system as suggested by the 2018 Transit Review report.

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Wild Mountain getting started early

The Wild Mountain Music Festival board is already in full swing to prepare for next year’s festival.

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Proactive mental health needed: FCSS

Hinton has a need for more proactive mental health services as was identified through the Rural Mental Health Project.

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Boardwalk visitor count not viable

The Town of Hinton will not be conducting a Beaver Boardwalk traffic count at this time due to a few sections being closed off, which would distort data collected.

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T’wolves beat Bombers, extend win streak

Hinton Timberwolves fans were treated to a fantastic finish Nov. 8 as the home team leveraged a pair of late power play goals to fend off the Barrhead Bombers for a 5-3 final.

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Initiative sees Hinton students honour deceased veterans

Fresh snow fell Nov. 4 at Woodlawn Cemetery as the names of local armed services veterans laid to rest there rang out in the morning air.

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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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Smeall takes steps toward international podium

Jessica Smeall started off her season by competing in the World Taekwondo (Poomsae) Female Under 40 division at the Canada Open in early October.

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HFC turns 25 in 2020, hosting provincial AGM

The Hinton Friendship Centre turns 25 years old in 2020, and to celebrate they’re working on some events to show the community who they are and what they’ve done throughout the years.

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