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Celtics end Double Blue drought

DOUBLE BLUE DANDY: Clayton Bueckert of the St. Mary's Celtics boys volleyball team passes to the front row during match play on the first day of the Double Blue Volleyball Tournament play at St. Mary's School. TIMES PHOTO BY TREVOR BUSCH

By Greg Price Taber Times St. Mary’s Celtics boys volleyball team made some history on the weekend, as the squad took home the title of its Double Blue Volleyball Tournament on Saturday —the first time the boys program has been able to do so since 1992. “In pool and playoff play, we didn’t drop a set all weekend,” said Derry Kolody, head coach of… Read More »

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Mayor critical of newspaper coverage

By Trevor Busch Taber Times In a highly-critical attack to open town council’s Oct. 11 meeting, Mayor Henk DeVlieger condemned the ethics and integrity… Read More »

FEELING FESTIVE: MP Martin Shields gives words of encouragement to spectators at the opening ceremonies of Taber’s Cornfest celebration back in August. TIMES FILE PHOTO BY GREG PRICE

Alberta needs concessions if they tow the line with climate change initiatives; Shields

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