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Tragedies make me examine profession PDF Print
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Written by Greg Price   
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 19:18

To say it has been a tough time for Taber and surrounding communities lately in losing two cherished residents would be an understatement.

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A marriage of laughter PDF Print
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Written by Stan Ashbee   
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 19:12

Here comes the bride. Taber Players’ fall production of “Father of the Bride” delivers a fun-filled romp via the vintage 1970s era, chock-full of laughs with heart-warming goodness.

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Walk through cemetery not for faint of heart PDF Print
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Written by Stan Ashbee   
Friday, 25 October 2013 14:56

Greetings boils and ghouls. Halloween is quickly creeping up on us with candy corn goodness and who doesn’t love a good ghost story? I’m sure a few past Taber residents from many, many, many decades ago had a few skeletons in their closets and died either mysteriously or from another man’s/woman’s hand (perhaps by gun, it was the wild, wild west). Historically speaking, southern Alberta has quite the haunted past — if one isn’t afraid to look deep enough or dig and pry into the seedy underbelly of its citizens gone a little bit loco, hidden away in a casket in a cemetery somewhere, guilty of crimes or just being simply deceased from natural causes.

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Read the Tomorrow series today PDF Print
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Written by Trevor Busch   
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 19:24

The topic of war is often a glamourized, glorified subject when dealt with in fiction, when in reality it is most often a very dirty business that destroys peace, innocence and life on an industrial scale.

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The fun of getting lost in a big corn maze PDF Print
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Written by Stan Ashbee   
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 15:42

With nine acres of corn to get lost in, the Lethbridge Cornmaze was a hoot and a holler. Especially, when I had to scream like a little kid when I couldn’t find my way out. Like the saying reads on the official website, “If you really get lost, don’t despair, we will be harvesting in November.” According to the website, there is a kids’ maze, a trivia maze (so, brush up on your 4-H and agriculture information) and a big maze, which takes about 20 minutes to two hours depending on your maze-ability. The southern Alberta nearby attraction is open until Oct. 26. So go get lost locally, if only for a few hours. Located four kilometres north of Park Lake.

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