By Masha Scheele

Forests Without Border heads to Nepal in 2020

Forestry and natural resource professionals are headed to Nepal in the fall of 2020 on a trip lead by Hintonite Sharad Karmacharya.

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Logging to reduce MPB fire risk

Harvesting activities adjacent to and west of Hinton this winter will reduce the amount of dead pine immediately around the community and lower the potential fire risk.

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Luger receives provincial award

Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters (ACWS) recently recognized the hard work and commitment of Marj Luger, executive director of the Yellowhead Emergency Shelter for Women (YES).

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Local students gain hands on trades experience

Local high school students received some hands on experience in different trades in the community and learned how to access apprenticeship options for those trades while still in high school.

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Hinton performer returns to where it all started

Back to where it all started, Mark Guebert performs at The Old Grind in front of his hometown crowd on Dec. 27.

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Hinton to hire municipal intern

After receiving approval from council on Dec. 17, the Town of Hinton can launch its intake process for the Municipal Internship Program in 2020.

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Maggie gets married in January

Step into the kitchen of the Duncan family home and their compelling family dynamic during Hinton’s Break-A-Leg (BAL) dinner theatre show in January.

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Annual bird count brings out citizen scientists

The annual Christmas Bird Count enters its 120th year in North America and the 33rd year for Hinton and Brule.

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Interim budget for 2020 approved

An interim operating budget for 2020 was approved based on the operating expenditures from 2019 of $31,261,055.

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Funds for 2020 golfing society season approved

Operating funds for the Hinton Golfing Society to head into the 2020 season of $86,501.57 were approved by council under ongoing conditions, oversight and support by the Town of Hinton.

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