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Taber Fire Department feeling at home in new facility

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com The Taber Fire Hall is fully completed and Taber firefighters have started unpacking boxes in their new home. On June 9, the Taber Fire Department obtained the keys to their new building and started making it their own after over 20 years at their previous location. The honeymoon phase didn’t last long as the firefighters were soon called out… Read More »

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Gateway signage under town microscope

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com Town administration has put forward a series of recommendations to council on how to improve gateway signage at entry… Read More »

Municipal governments must take air out of ballooning labour costs: Taxpayers Federation

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation released a report that shows that municipal labour cost increases between 2014 and 2018 were out of touch with the realities… Read More »


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WHL unveils return-to-play plan

By Ryan McCracken Alta Newspaper Group - Medicine Hat The Western Hockey League is aiming to drop the puck at arenas across Western Canada and… Read More »

Muller grateful for what sport has provided

Lethbridge Sport Council It has been 10 years since we honoured the first recipients of the Lethbridge Sport Council Achievement Awards. Athlete, sport excellence, leadership,… Read More »

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Paddler’s paradise on the Red Deer River

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com Paddling rivers in southern Alberta can become a passion. Whether it be close to home on the Oldman River,… Read More »

NHL on track to begin playoffs in August

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com The NHL is back! Not right now…or any time soon and there isn’t a guarantee any games will actually… Read More »

Editorial

Stay safe on the roads this summer

The thought of someone being knocked off their bicycle, even if not seriously injured, makes everyone wince and feel terrible for everyone involved. Cyclists are… Read More »

It all starts with listening

A lot of society’s ills are because of passing judgment on others using poorly-based, preconceived or just flat out bereft of actual facts to make… Read More »

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Taber/Barnwell agriculture hit hard by hail for second year

By Trevor Busch and Cole Parkinson Taber Times Southern Alberta is still assessing the damage from the June 13 storm system that shredded crops and… Read More »

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