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Large crowd at recycling open house

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By J.W. Schnarr Taber Times jwschnarr@tabertimes.com A sizeable crowd made their way to the Taber Community Centre auditorium Thursday to hear about the new, comprehensive recycling program the town plans to begin rolling out in the fall. More than 70 people attended the event, considered a success by organizers, to hear from town Chief Administrative Officer Greg Birch, Mayor Henk De Vlieger, and Coun. Rick… Read More »

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Fines coming for recycling abusers

By J.W. Schnarr Taber Times jwschnarr@tabertimes.com The message from Taber’s mayor is clear: those who abuse the new mandatory town recycling program will be fined.… Read More »

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Subway robber sentenced to five years

By Delon Shurtz Southern Alberta Newspapers - Lethbridge Like a chapter right out of a Mickey Spillane novel, Nicholas Jacob Funk walked into a Subway… Read More »

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Spurs looking for consistency

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com Vauxhall Spurs baseball club coaching staff is hoping Sunday’s doubleheader in American Legion ‘A’ competition is a sign of… Read More »

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Taber Golf Club holding junior league and camps

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com Taber Golf Club is hoping youth will get into the swing of things this summer with its junior golf… Read More »

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The other half: late 90’s filmdom

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com As a sultry summer heatwave locks the southern reaches of the province in an oppressive embrace, most Albertans will… Read More »

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Signal to Noise shows the magic in music

By J.W. Schnarr Taber Times jwschnarr@tabertimes.com There is a scene in Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s debut novel Signal to Noise (Solaris) where the two main characters, Meche… Read More »

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Status quo unacceptable in poverty debate

As fears continue to remain for the NDP provincial government’s plan to increase minimum wage to $15 an hour, the Alberta Chamber’s of Commerce is… Read More »

Watch out for cyclists this summer

Town streets and area highways are getting busier every year. It is a fact of life living in a growing province, as more vehicles are… Read More »

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Hemp crop making further inroads in southern Alberta

By Garrett Simmons Southern Alberta Newspapers - Lethbridge It’s not a crop most associate with southern Alberta. Flush with sweet Taber corn and cash crops… Read More »

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