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Town of Taber fires CAO after closed debate

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com In a surprise move prior to the Jan. 11 meeting, Taber town council has fired CAO Cory Armfelt and appointed two interim CAOs to oversee the transition. Prior to adoption of the agenda, Coun. Joe Strojwas raised a question of privilege and put forward a motion to take discussion into closed session, which passed in a 5-2 vote with… Read More »

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Horizon happy to flip the calendar to 2021

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com Horizon School Division adapted to a high standard under short notice in 2020, and now they’re hoping for a… Read More »

Local group hoping to see COVID restrictions lifted

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com A newly formed Taber group called the Anti-COVID Alliance is hoping the province lifts the current pandemic restrictions sooner… Read More »


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New NHL season sees Canadian teams battling for best in the country

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com The day is finally here. Tonight, the NHL 2020-21 season officially kicks off, and it won’t look like any… Read More »

Concession and bathroom planned for KMMSC in 2021

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com Pushing forward with additional improvements to the Ken McDonald Memorial Sports Complex, the Town of Taber is entering into… Read More »

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Running a table-top role playing game

By Ian Croft Taber Times So with the Alberta government implementing new guidelines that prevent us from having indoor social gatherings, and combined with the… Read More »

Chandler’s Big Sleep defines hardboiled genre

By Trevor Busch tbusch@tabertimes.com Detective fiction is a pretty pedestrian phenomenon in the 21st century, populated by myriad authors and countless examples that fill the… Read More »

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Had enough of the UCP government

Those of us from the world of finance who proudly supported the Alberta Conservative Party under Lougheed and Getty, have seen enough of these phony… Read More »

Self-entitlement on blatant display by UCP politicians

It is hard to put into words at best, how poor the optics look on this whole Alberta ministers traveling outside of Alberta controversy.  It… Read More »

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Lethbridge Exhibition and Rotary Club of Lethbridge East announce 3rd annual $10,000 Agricultural Scholarship Awards

Lethbridge & District Exhibition and Rotary Club of Lethbridge East have announced the third-year details for the Agricultural Scholarship Award for $10,000 for at least one Lethbridge and District’s… Read More »

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