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Replanting the 300 millionth tree

West Fraser celebrated its 300 millionth tree planted in the Hinton and Edson Forest Management areas on Aug. 7 with a ceremony.

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Hinton Community Garden builds supports for native bee species

The Hinton Community Garden Society taught locals how to build simple bumble bee boxes on July 28 in an effort to help support native bee species.

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Wild Mountain backed by community support … feels the love in 2019

After a rocky start, Wild Mountain Music Festival turned out to be a success, said Layne Seabrook, president of the festival.

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Meagan Hayashi to the finish line

Meagan Hayashi ran 125 kilometres over three Rocky Mountain peaks in 17 hours and 38 minutes during one of Alberta’s toughest ultra-marathons.

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Lodge activites keep residents engaged, active

Painting has always been part of Norene Cooper’s life and, fortunately, she has been able to keep painting while living at the Pine Valley Lodge.

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Three new town positions approved

Council approved a $72,477 increase to resources for the remainder of 2019 for three new administrative positions.

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IDP approved by Yellowhead Council

Yellowhead County council gave second and third reading to the IDP on July 23, while Hinton council is yet to give third reading of the IDP on Aug. 20.

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HMBA backs new skatepark proposal

Hinton’s youth could be taking advantage of a second skatepark in the future, one that proponents say is fully integrated into Hinton’s natural sites and modern in its design.

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Timberwolves announce more player signings

Only a week removed from signing its first-ever player, the Hinton Timberwolves junior hockey club announced a couple more player commitments this week.

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Kvill reflects on decade of youth theatre

CAST camp brought back the play Once on this Island, along with one of the original cast members from the first performance of the play in 2010.

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