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Speaker highlights Mennonite history at W.R. Myers

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com Radical reformers who refused to accept the doctrine of infant baptism enforced by the Catholic Church, early Mennonites were heavily persecuted for their beliefs which would later create ripe conditions for a global diaspora. Speaking at W.R. Myers High School in April at the request of Taber Mennonite School, Hans Werner of the D.F. Plett Historical Research Foundation delivered… Read More »

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Additional costs coming to Municipal District of Taber for Highway 3, 864 traffic lights

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com With the coming traffic lights at the intersection of Highway 3 and Highway 864, the Municipal District of Taber… Read More »

Local artists featured at Taber Public Library

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com While Taber may not be looked at as a central figure in the art scene, there is still tons… Read More »

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Memorial golf tournament goes in June

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com With a recent local tragedy in mind, the upcoming Paul and Bernice Giroux ‘We Have Not Forgotten’ Memorial Golf… Read More »

W.R. Myers rugby varsity girls victorious

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com W.R. Myers Rebels varsity girls rugby team managed to squeeze out a win on the road last week versus… Read More »

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National unity eroding in pipeline debate

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com The question of national unity in Canada has been a national insecurity troublingly inimical to our identity since Confederation.… Read More »

Lowry’s The Giver needs more to give

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com The genre of post-apocalyptic or dystopian fiction used to be — with a few notable exceptions — almost the… Read More »

Editorial

Keeping our national parks pristine

Overseeing Canada’s national parks presents something of a Catch-22 situation for Parks Canada. On the one hand, the agency wants to encourage as many people… Read More »

Gap widening in making ends meet

The sudden price increase at gas pumps is not the only adjustment Albertans are facing in ever-increasing costs. To put the recent increase at gas… Read More »

Agricultural

Large snowpacks thanks to lack of winter chinook winds

By Collin Gallant Alta Newspaper Group - Medicine Hat Runoff and standing water across southern Alberta this spring are not the result of heavier than… Read More »

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