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September 18, 2014 September 18, 2014

HS Rebels round up Pride in win

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By Greg Price Taber Times gprice@tabertimes.com A wild and wacky first half settled down in the second half, as the W.R. Myers Rebels football team was able to have the crowd go home happy on Fan Appreciation Night. The hometown Rebels were able to earn a 23-21 victory over Kate Andrews Pride on Friday at Ken McDonald Memorial Sports Park. “Defensively, we were able to… Read More »

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Taber and Vauxhall RCMP members Cst. Melanie Schefter and Cst. Tamara Dreaddy spoke recently on the 40th anniversary of the RCMP allowing women to join the ranks of Canada’s federal police force.

RCMP celebrating 40 years of women on the force

By J.W. Schnarr Taber Times jwschnarr@tabertimes.com On Sept. 18 and 19, 1974, the first group of female applicants arrived at the RCMP’s training facility, Depot,… Read More »

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Town council helping shooting range with moving costs

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com The Town of Taber is pitching in financial assistance to help the Taber Shooting Foundation transport a donated building… Read More »

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Town council helping shooting range with moving costs

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com The Town of Taber is pitching in financial assistance to help the Taber Shooting Foundation transport a donated building… Read More »

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Bantam Rebels rally results in tie

A second-half surge powered the Taber bantam Rebels Saturday afternoon as the team battled back to earn a 12-12 draw at home against the Lethbridge… Read More »

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Scottish sovereignty raises the Quebec spectre

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com This week, Canadians and other citizens of the British Commonwealth, in capitals and cities and towns around the world,… Read More »

Ice, ice baby — haters are always gonna hate

By Greg Price You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain. Yes, it is a line off… Read More »

Editorial

Bow River bid shows CPCs still don’t get it

There is always give and take between the media and politicians in playing the game of access. With media being banned from the CPC party… Read More »

Does business merger damage Canadian identity?

Hell has officially frozen over. Tim Hortons, a cherished piece of Canadiana, has been swallowed by a Burger King, a U.S. fast food goliath. Burger… Read More »

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Storm flattens local corn crop

When the calendar turns to August, there’s one thing southern Albertans can look forward to — the start of Taber corn season.Vendors line the streets… Read More »

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