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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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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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Local armwrestlers earn medals at nationals

The Hinton Armbenders Professional Armwrestling Club had something to celebrate upon returning from the Canadian National Armwrestling Competition.

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Junior squads prepare for the best

Two junior A hockey teams in Hinton are moving forward in preparation for the upcoming hockey season, though only one can move ahead.

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Mary Reimer Rodeo bringing bullfighting to the Friday night lineup

Acrobatics, running, and jumping are all included when three men try to control an aggressive fighting bull at the Mary Reimer Memorial Rodeo.

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Kushneryk continues to ride toward her dream

Before the barrel races at the upcoming Mary Reimer Memorial Rodeo, rider Alaysha Kushneryk could most likely be found near her horse trailer.

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Mack seeks online Ms. Health & Fitness title

Local Tammy Mack, a self-proclaimed fitness junkie, is on a quest to earn the Ms. Health & Fitness title in the world’s largest online fitness competition.

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Hinton Wildcats court file adjourned until August

The Wildcats court application seeking a reinstatement of their lease with the Town of Hinton has been adjourned by the Court of Queen’s Bench until Aug. 7

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Water Devils set bests against the best

A trio of Hinton Water Devils brought their ‘A’ game to the Swim Alberta Summer Championships in Edmonton.

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