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M.D. of Taber council looks at extent of flood damage

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com As the Municipal District of Taber ramps up work on repairs to their infrastructure after this year’s overland flooding, council was presented with some of the numbers that have been rolling in. Since declaring a state of local emergency in March, the M.D. council and staff have been working tirelessly to mitigate water from across the region. Now their… Read More »

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Scrapbooking fundraiser a big success for Friends of Vauxhall Public Library

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com The Friends of the Vauxhall Public Library are certainly allies of the facility as they have raised a good… Read More »

Vauxhall council looks at changes to rates bylaw

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com A few changes have been made to the Town of Vauxhall’s rates bylaw based on a variety of suggestions.… Read More »

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VAB Jets ready bats for home tournament

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com After a rough weekend against Okotoks, the Vauxhall Academy of Baseball Jets bounced back this past weekend. Taking on… Read More »

Jets three-peat at tournament

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com The Vauxhall Jets returned home from Lethbridge Sunday night as champions. The Jets gained its third straight tournament win… Read More »

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National unity eroding in pipeline debate

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com The question of national unity in Canada has been a national insecurity troublingly inimical to our identity since Confederation.… Read More »

Lowry’s The Giver needs more to give

By Trevor Busch Taber Times tbusch@tabertimes.com The genre of post-apocalyptic or dystopian fiction used to be — with a few notable exceptions — almost the… Read More »

Editorial

Keeping our national parks pristine

Overseeing Canada’s national parks presents something of a Catch-22 situation for Parks Canada. On the one hand, the agency wants to encourage as many people… Read More »

Gap widening in making ends meet

The sudden price increase at gas pumps is not the only adjustment Albertans are facing in ever-increasing costs. To put the recent increase at gas… Read More »

Agricultural

Sugar beet growers ink two-year deal

By Collin Gallant and Trevor Busch Alta Newspaper Group Sugar beet growers and Lantic Sugar signed a two-year contract extension last week, which includes a… Read More »

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