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WSHL pulls plug on 2020-21 season

The Hinton Timberwolves were just about to start its playoffs when the Western States Hockey League WSHL cancelled the remainder of the 2019-2020 season due to COVID-19.

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Local recreation sites back in business

Disc golf course, mountain bike park and gun range all open, but operating under COVID guidelines

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Virtual run raises funds for local cancer clinic

Participants have until May 31 to hit the trails, or the treadmill, for Alberta fundraiser

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Hinton Golf Club opening sooner than expected on May 9

Alberta’s relaunch strategy included the reopening of golf courses sooner than the Hinton Golf Club expected, but on May 9 the club is welcoming back local golfers.

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HGC outlook remains positive, despite COVID-19

Despite current regulations that are keeping eager golfers home, the new director of the Hinton Golf Club is feeling positive and ready to take on the challenge.

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Organized sports shelved/delayed due to COVID

With the sun out and the temperature rising, this is the time in Hinton when thoughts usually turn to a new sports season.

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Jamahl Eakett joins Aeros as an assistant coach

Timberwolves forward Jamahl Eakett ended his playing career as the Western States Hockey League leading scorer in the COVID-19 shortened 2019 regular season.

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Cougars finish season strong on home course

Sara Johnston and Mattias Vriend led the way with a double gold performance March 6 -7 as the Hinton Cougars hosted a competitive field of biathletes for hte final Calforex Cup race of the season at the Hinton Nordic Centre.

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Trail development continues for Bighorn Ridge

Most of Hinton’s mountain bike trail users told the Hinton Mountain Bike Association (HMBA) they are looking for intermediate to advanced downhill trails.

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T’Wolves draw Bombers to open playoffs

Hinton will go into its first-round match up against the Barrhead Bombers on a one-game losing skid after a 5-4 overtime loss to the Bombers to close out the regular season schedule March 7.

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