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Myers Rebels remain undefeated

RAMBLING: W.R. Myers Rebels’ Evan Harkness (pictured) had a big game against the Canmore Wolverines on Saturday, with two touchdowns and 200 yards rushing at Ken McDonald Memorial Sports Park on Saturday afternoon. TIMES PHOTO SUBMITTED BY CODY SEKURA

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com W.R. Myers Rebels football team pushed its record to 3-0 on the young gridiron season with a 29-0 blanking of the Canmore Wolverines. Running back Evan Harkness proved a workhorse once again, churning out 200 yards on the ground with some solid blocking, on the way to scoring two majors as well at Ken McDonald Memorial Sports Park on… Read More »

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Police chief weighs in on fight against fentanyl abuse

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MP Shields addresses fentanyl crisis

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Pure Power Wrestling featured at Taber Legion

By J.W. Schnarr Southern Alberta Newspapers — Lethbridge They may not have torn the roof off, but a highlight-reel main event finisher could have driven… Read More »

JET STREAM: Taberite Ian Stafford was able to compete in all eight Western Canadian Watercross Association jet ski races this year. TIMES PHOTO SUBMITTED

Stafford concludes successful jet ski season

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com Taberite Ian Stafford has a need for speed, and he was able to get that competing out on the… Read More »

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Autumn is the Monday of seasons

By Nikki Jamieson Taber Times njamieson@tabertimes.com The week the seasons officially change is always a bittersweet one. On one hand, you know something new is… Read More »

Send in the clowns?…I think not

By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com At last week’s Taber Recreation Board meeting, chairperson Luke Wijna had some really good ideas on how to freshen… Read More »

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Positives can still come from sponsorship debacle

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Fighting pests with bigger pests: the Mother Nature method

By J.W. Schnarr Southern Alberta Newspapers — Lethbridge Sometimes, you just have to let Mother Nature run its course. In the case of zebra chip… Read More »

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