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By Tyler Waugh

Water Devils set bests against the best

A trio of Hinton Water Devils brought their ‘A’ game to the Swim Alberta Summer Championships in Edmonton.

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Locals earn medals at soccer provincials

The Hinton FC U17 boys soccer squad dominated Linden to earn the bronze medal July 7 at the Tier IV Rural Soccer Provincial Championships.

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Trio of Water Devils selected for all-star swim

Three members of the Hinton Water Devils summer swim club have earned some exclusive spots for the 2019 Swim Alberta Summer Championships.

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Hinton FC battle back for provincial berth

Ralph Underwood didn’t feel right cheering against somebody at soccer zones, but the Hinton FC U17 boys coach thought desperate times called for desperate measures.

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Hinton Minor Ball builds for the future

Hinton Minor Ball has seen a couple of changes this season in the hopes to continue building toward years to come.

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U13 boys settle for silver in a storm

Hinton’s U13 boys soccer squad had weather settle its gold medal game June 9 against Ponoka at the Millett tournament.

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Rockies roll to provincial rugby sevens silver

The Harry Collinge High School Rockies senior girls 7s rugby squad battled injury, a short bench, and a smoky haze to earn a silver medal at the ASAA provincial championships.

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HCHS wins way into rugby 7s provincials

The Harry Collinge High School girls senior 7s rugby team rolled to a zone championship May 27 in Thorsby and punched their ticket to the inaugural Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) provincial championships this coming week in St. Albert.

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Wild Mountain Mash Up returns with two categories

Emerging performers will have a chance to earn a shot on the Wild Mountain Music Festival main stage in 2020 as the Mash Up returns on June 1 at Masters.

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Locals invited to discover their river

The Hinton area has seen a lot of developments over the past number of years to help connect residents with its signature waterway.
The establishment of the Athabasca Riverfront Park in Hinton has been followed by creation of a new staging area at Solomon Creek near Brule. Paddling enthusiast Rick Zroback says that the result is a safe and reliable access to the river that will be showcased with a June 8 event called Discover Your River.

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