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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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Committee moves forward with boardwalk vision statement

The Beaver Boardwalk Committee (BeBo Committee) presented its vision to council for discussion at the standing committee meeting on Sept. 10.

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No easy fix for 2019 tax surplus

After lengthy discussion between town council and administration, a final decision on the 2019 unanticipated property tax revenue due to reassessments has been set for the next regular meeting of council.

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Break and enter numbers up in 2019

Staff Sgt Chris Murphy’s biggest concern with property crime was break-and-enters, which have jumped from 42 in 2014 to 76 in the current year to date.

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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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Hinton is proactive on investment

.A pitch deck highlighting Hinton’s economic state was presented at the regular council meeting on Sept. 3 by Scott Kovatch, Hinton’s economic development officer.

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Mobile Home tenants talk change with Service Alberta Minister

Service Alberta Minister Nate Glubish visited the town of Hinton on Aug. 28 to hear what residents had to say about their experience living in local mobile home parks.

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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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Council requests options for citizen engagement

Council is looking for more active engagement with the public on the upcoming 2020 budget.

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