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MLA Schow weighs in on Budget 2020

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com The United Conservative government has released their second budget in a matter of six months, and Cardston-Siksika MLA Joseph Schow is excited at the prospects it will bring to the province. Released in late February, the 2020 budget predicts a $200 million decrease to the deficit bringing the overall number to $6.8 billion, though the projected total debt is… Read More »

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Taber Times/Vauxhall Advance offices closed to public until further notice

Due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in Alberta, the Taber Times and Vauxhall Advance have closed their offices to the public until further notice.… Read More »

Unpaid oil and gas leases top agenda for ASRA

By Trevor Busch Vauxhall Advance tbusch@tabertimes.com As Albertans struggle with the financial impact of a depressed oil and gas sector in the province, landowners and… Read More »

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Vauxhall Academy of Baseball Jets cancel season due to COVID-19 concerns

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com COVID-19 has postponed the National Hockey League, National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball and now, it has forced… Read More »

Vikings turn tables on Celtics

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com The Vauxhall Vikings boys basketball team got the boost of confidence they needed by being crowned River Ridge Basketball… Read More »

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All sports facing setbacks from COVID-19

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is really putting a damper on my transition to spring. Usually, I have the NHL and… Read More »

Rock you like a Hurricane of memories

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com It was interesting to get a first-hand look at some of the inner-workings of the Lethbridge Hurricanes organization while… Read More »

Editorial

Hope in a time of unprecedented crisis

There’s no question our world has changed immeasurably in less than a week. Seemingly overnight, our daily lives have transformed into the beginning of every… Read More »

No easy answers in First Nations/energy relations

Alberta is still in the early days of a United Conservative government, though the increasing pace of issues and controversy the province faces is enough… Read More »

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Water storage above average for BRID

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com While it certainly still feels like winter outside as more snow has continued to fall well into March, that… Read More »

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