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Tue
15
Aug

Preperations for Hinton Fair Well Underway as Opening Day Nears

This time of year means the dog days of summer and the annual Hinton Fair. The fair starts Thursday, August 24 at 9 a.m. There is so much excitement to look forward to this year.

“The Hinton Fair is less than two weeks away and the Fair Board hopes you are ready to pack the park. Ride tickets remain the same as previous years making us the best value anywhere,” Jim McCain said.

 

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Tue
15
Aug

Breacking Hinton Town Codes: “Restricted Vehicles”

It’s time to take a deep look inside the code enforcement book for the Town of Hinton. So, let’s take a look at some of the various codes that you might not know about, before it’s too late.

Each week I talk with Hinton’s Code Enforcement Officer, Garry Dunnan, who gives me some of the more ignored and unknown codes that are constantly being written up to Hinton residents and passersby.

So, I figured it would be a good opportunity to dust off the Hinton city codes in relation to some of our city’s “Restricted Vehicles”

 

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Tue
08
Aug

Pantry with a $2,000 donation.

Pastor Gary Hanes of United Methodist Church, James Stepp, Pastor Brandon Kittle of First Christian Church, Sandy Stepp, and Senior Warden Robert Farley of Great Plains Correctional Facility. Farley and Great Plains Correctional Facility presented the Hinton Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry with a $2,000 donation.

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Tue
08
Aug

Back to School for Hinton Students

With passing years, the s u m m e r s only seem to get shorter. It seems like just yesterday the bell was ringing for school to be out for what feels like forever. But back to school shopping ads are on tv and the first day of school is approaching.

Thursday, August 10th, a new term starts and a new year begins as Hinton Public Schools officially open for the fall 2017 semester.

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Tue
08
Aug

Town of Hinton Gets New Parks and Recreation Department

Changes for the town of Hinton are on the horizon with a new Park and Recreation department.

Matthew Mears, town Administrator oversees the new park and recreation department.

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Tue
01
Aug

86th Annual Hinton Kiwanis Rodeo

The Sweethearts of the Rodeo Drill Team at the at the parade for the 86th Annual Hinton Kiwanis Rodeo in Downtown Hinton on Saturday, July 29.

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Tue
01
Aug

Hinton Library’s Summer Reading Program Comes to an End

The most exciting time of the year for the Hinton Library is coming to a close for summer reading.

The Hinton Public Library’s Summer Reading Program has been available to children from Hinton, Lookeba and Binger for the fifth-straight year.

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Tue
25
Jul

Sweethearts of the Rodeo to Perform at 86th Hinton Rodeo

By Chad Waters

For the fifth-straight year, The Sweethearts of the Rodeo, a non-profit precision horseback drill team, is coming to the 86th Hinton Kiwanis Rodeo for both nights, to be held on Friday and Saturday, July 28-29.

The team travels across the state of Oklahoma to perform in parades, rodeos and other special events, to promote the sport of rodeo. Out of the nine members who travel with the team, two riders are from Hinton.

 

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Tue
25
Jul

Man and Child Drown at Fort Cobb Lake in Caddo County

By Eric Warsinskey

weekend swim turned deadly at Fort Cobb Lake over the weekend after an Oklahoma City man and a 12-year old boy both drowned Saturday evening, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.

According to the OHP’s report on Sunday, the boy was swimming in three to four feet of water in the Avery’s Landing area of Fort Cobb Lake just after 6:39 p.m. The boy slipped off a drop off and into 7 feet of water and submerged, per the report. The child resurfaced one time, when Kam Sivilai, 60, swam out to him.

Both Sivilai and the boy submerged and did not resurface, the incident report states. Their bodies were recovered several hours later.

 

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Tue
25
Jul

Cracking Hinton Town Codes: “Parking on Residential Streets”

By Chad Waters

It’s that time of the week again. Time to take a deep look inside the code enforcement book for the Town of Hinton. So, let’s take a look at some of the various codes that you might not know about, before it’s too late.

Each week I talk with Hinton’s Code Enforcement Officer, Garry Dunnan, who gives me some of the more ignored and unknown codes that are constantly being written up to Hinton residents and passersby.

So, I figured it would be a good opportunity to dust off the Hinton city codes in relation to some of our city’s “Parking on Residential Streets”.

 

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