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By Tyler Waugh

Xtreme score big in openers

Kennedy Davy scored eight goals and added two assists as the Hinton Xtreme U16 ringette squad started its season in style with a 15-6 win Oct. 24 over Leduc in Steve Hotchkiss Arena.

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Hinton Ringette returns to action

Hinton Ringette returned to competitive play this past weekend, with two squads hosting action at Steve Hotchkiss Arena.

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‘We caught fire at the right time’

A Hinton rink skipped by Glen Hansen lost two of its first four games in Edmonton last weekend, but rebounded for an improbable five-win streak to a provincial curling title.

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Maintenance shuts down water plant on Sunday

The Town stated in a Sept. 30 release that as part of required maintenance and services activities, the water treatment plant will be shut down between 7 am on Sunday Oct. 4 and 10 am on Oct.5.

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Hinton hosts first pro disc golf tour event

The rain held off as more than 50 players – including 10 pros – competed in Hinton’s first sanctioned Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) event Sept. 19.

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Legion prepping wellness kits for seniors

The Hinton Legion is leveraging a New Horizons grant to assemble and distribute around 2,000 health and wellness kits to local seniors in the coming month.

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Sweet shot drops for ace

Jason Sweet joked with his Industrial League teammates on the Putt Pirates that he didn’t like the par three Hole 17 because he was always between clubs for the 113 yard tee shot.

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RCMP investigate arson at St. Gregory School

Hinton RCMP are asking for public assistance in the investigation of a late-night fire Aug. 17 at the St. Gregory School on Rispler Avenue.

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Drug trafficking investigation results in several charges

Charges have been laid by RCMP following an investigation initiated Aug. 9 into the trafficking of cocaine in the Town of Hinton.

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Alberta small business sales struggle to reignite: CFIB

Less than one in four Alberta small businesses are back to making normal sales, according to new data released Aug. 5 from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB)’s Small Business Recovery Dashboard

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