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Fire hall open house draws questions from the crowd

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com With low levels of attendance in the past, the proverbial tumbleweed could be seen to blow and the crickets heard to chirp at many of the Town of Taber's previous open houses, but that wasn't the case on Feb. 13 when citizens gathered to voice an opinion on relocation plans for the town's fire hall. The Town of Taber's… Read More »

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M.D. debates best use of snow removal

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com As snow continues to fall in southern Alberta, Municipal District of Taber council is debating whether or not their… Read More »

Town adopts workplace drug and alcohol policy for police staff

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com As law enforcement and municipalities prepare for the advent of cannabis legalization in mid-2018, many are updating their workplace… Read More »

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Recreation board pushing for action on Recreation Master Plan

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com Danielle Hansen, chairperson for the Taber Recreation Board opened the floor to discussion on how the town can take… Read More »

Bantam Golden Suns ran over by Bisons

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com Taber bantam “AA” Golden Suns (4-25-1) dropped a 4-1 decision to Foothills Bisons (21-7-3) at the Taber Arena on… Read More »

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Plenty of dialogue sparked at open house

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com For those who are living under a rock given how it is an issue that has dominated the headlines… Read More »

Requiem for the American Empire

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic… Read More »

Editorial

Logic baffling in latest school shooting

Social media has been blowing up in the wake of the latest mass school shooting in the United States. On the afternoon of Feb. 14,… Read More »

Sour grapes in dispute with B.C.

Premier Rachel Notley's annoyance with British Columbia's stance regarding the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is understandable. Completion of the project in order to get… Read More »

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Town part of supercluster funding for protein industry

The Town of Taber is excited to be part of the Prairie Protein Industry Supercluster initiative named as one of five technology groups to receive… Read More »

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