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Read the Hinton Voice, Aug. 6 Issue

The Hinton Voice moved to online delivery since the March 19 edition and suspended distribution of its print publication in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hinton schools prep for in-class teaching

Students, parents, teachers, and school boards adapted to a different way of learning during the first wave of COVID-19 this spring as kindergarten to Grade 12 education moved online.

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Four active COVID cases in Hinton

After months with no new incidents of COVID-19 in Hinton, four confirmed cases popped up early this past week.

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Hinton Abilities Network to support special needs

When Holly LeFrancois and her family moved to Hinton a year ago, they quickly noticed there wasn’t a lot of support for adults with special needs.

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Feds consider Vista Coal impacts

While Canada plans to phase-out coal-fired electricity by 2030, 47 organizations have voiced concern over how the expansion of the Vista Coal mine outside of Hinton will affect that goal.

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Public input sought for Boutin-Drinnan project

The Town of Hinton is calling for public input on development opportunities for the undeveloped, town owned lands at the intersection of Boutin Ave and Drinnan Way.

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Province announces ‘near normal’ return to class this fall

Students will return to daily learning in K-12 classrooms at the beginning of the school year, announced the Alberta government on July 21.

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Around 600 COVID tests conducted in Hinton

A total of 587 COVID-19 swabs had been done to date in Hinton and the North Central Zone’s top doctor says that data shows testing rates have been steady with no real surges in demand.

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Key witness a no-show in assault trial

The testimony of a man who was allegedly held against his will and assaulted throughout the night in 2017 did not make a scheduled appearance in court July 13.

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