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Provincial government brings new restrictions to stop COVID spike

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance With numbers continuing to climb across Alberta, the provincial government has brought back some restrictions forward to get the numbers back down. On Monday, Premier Jason Kenney introduced new restrictions on outdoor gatherings, schools, retail, restaurants, places of worship, person/wellness services, outdoor sports/fitness, funerals and post-secondary schools. The new restrictions came into effect May 5 and will remain in… Read More »

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M.D. approves final 2021 budgets

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance Municipal District of Taber councillors have been presented with the final operating and capital budgets for 2021. At council’s… Read More »

Vauxhall town council reviews 2020 audit

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance With 2020 over, Vauxhall town council has been able to review their 2020 audited financial statements.  Councillors were presented… Read More »

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Roberto Alomar fired by MLB and Toronto Blue Jays

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance Friday morning saw the announcement Blue Jays inducted Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar was being terminated as a consultant… Read More »

Spurs set tryout dates

Tryout dates for the Vauxhall Spurs’ upcoming season are set for May 1/2 and May 8/9 at 3 p.m. at Jets Stadium. The Spurs are… Read More »

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Miller’s ‘Devil In You’ single drops; new album slated for May release

By Stan Ashbee Vauxhall Advance Southern Alberta singer/songwriter Shaela Miller’s music has been described as tear in your beer ballads, dance hall honky-tonk and… Read More »

Another promise made, promise kept with K-6 curriculum

Submitted by Cardston-Siksika MLA Joseph Schow Alberta’s government has released the new Kindergarten to Grade 6 curriculum, fulfilling a campaign promise we made to Albertans… Read More »


Budget vote doesn’t rule out federal election

With Justin Trudeau’s Liberal minority government managing to rise above the criticism and secure the confidence of the House in key votes regarding the federal… Read More »

Rights or rites?

Editor’s note: “Victims” the reader is noting, are the people who have died from COVID-19. Dear Editor: Victims of COVID-19 cannot write a letter to… Read More »


University of Winnipeg student looking to hear from Albertan farmers

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance Callum Morrison, a second-year PhD student at the University of Manitoba's Department of Plant Science, is looking to hear… Read More »

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