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American suspect arrested for multiple local bomb threats across Taber

By Greg Price gprice@tabertimes.com Editor's note: This story has been updated after this morning's TPS press conference. Multiple charges have been laid thanks to the efforts of multiple departments spanning two countries, stemming from 10 bomb threats. Thirty-six-year-old Justin Bagley of Elkville, Illinois has been charged with 11 counts of felony disorderly conduct in connection to a series of bomb threats made in the Town… Read More »

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HSD three-year capital plan sees some tweaks

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com The Horizon School Division board has made a few changes to their 2018 to 2021 three-year capital plan. During… Read More »

New 9-1-1 service highlighted for Taber Municipal Police Commission

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com Taber 9-1-1, a division of the Taber Police Service, recently announced Text with 9-1-1 Service (T9-1-1) is now available… Read More »

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Peewee “AA” Golden Suns take two

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com Taber peewee “AA” Golden Suns (19-7-2) had a strong weekend of South Central Alberta Hockey League play, winning both… Read More »

Midget Oil Kings in tough at playdowns

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com Taber midget Oil Kings battled tough in its second round of provincial playdowns, with a tight 3-2 loss to… Read More »

Latest Blog

The robots are coming, resistance is futile

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com With the exponential growth of technology and mechanization in the early 21st century, warning bells are beginning to sound… Read More »

Reflecting on the greatness of the GOAT

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com I’m far from a die-hard football fan but it’s hard to not appreciate the GOAT Tom Brady. Now this… Read More »

Editorial

Step towards an electric future

Electric vehicles are still a long way from outnumbering traditional gas-powered automobiles, but a key step toward that possible future was taken in southern Alberta.… Read More »

Steps forward, but still stumbles in transparency

Sometimes, Taber town council does not know how to get out of its own way when it comes to optics for good governance. Just as… Read More »

Agricultural

TID answers questions on water allocations

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com Fielding questions from town council about the Taber Irrigation District’s policies on sale of water allocations in the context… Read More »

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