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Red Dress campaign raises awareness

Many conversations sparked around the red dresses that appeared across town on Friday, Oct. 4.

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AUMA lobbies for mobile home tenants

The Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) adopted the Mobile Home Sites Tenancy Act resolution brought forward by the Town of Hinton and the Town of Okotoks.

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Jump for fire chief reward

Over the last two years, Crescent Valley elementary school has been sending kids on the big red fire truck to spend a day as a fire chief.

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Citizens on Patrol program getting organized in Hinton

Hintonites have been speaking up about the rise in property theft over the past year, and they’re ready to make a change.

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Untapped potential in Hinton: Griffiths

Hinton’s biggest challenge is cracking open its untapped potential and opportunities, says a community growth strategist and former MLA familiar with the area.

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Cancer survivor Rita Lucas lending a hand at Boob Tour

Although Rita Lucas never received treatment in Hinton when she came face to face with cancer in 2018, her journey taught her how important it is to have and support the local cancer clinic.

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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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Regional library fees to increase in 2020

Hinton council heard Aug. 20 that Yellowhead Regional Library fees are increasing next year to try and keep services consistent.

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Death Café not afraid to talk dying

A terminally-ill man asked a group of people, who had gathered at a local café to talk about death, whether they had yet come to terms with the fact that they would die.

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Mobile home owners to meet with Minister

Nate Glubish, the Minister of Service Alberta, is coming to Hinton to hear what residents have to say about the MHSTA on Aug. 28.

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