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Second annual Taber Pride Fest in June

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com With June right around the corner, that means 2018’s Pride Fest is coming up. Taber’s 2018 Pride Fest will be held on June 2 and it is sure to feature plenty of entertainment for all those who come to town for the event. One of the promised special celebrations has already been confirmed for the June event. Upon the… Read More »

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Enchant post boxes discussed at Horizon

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com With community post boxes already in place in Enchant, the process to get them in their location went through… Read More »

Peace officer program popular

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com The Municipal District of Taber community peace officer program is still less than a year old, but the interest… Read More »

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Jets end home spring season on a high note with tourney win

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com The Vauxhall Academy of Baseball Jets proved why the cliché of pitching winning baseball games is a cliché, with… Read More »

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 »

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Is it time to see Vlad Jr. in a Blue Jays uniform?

By Cole Parkinson Taber Times cparkinson@tabertimes.com Even with the Toronto Blue Jays currently in a Wild Card race, the biggest talking point for the team… Read More »

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 »

Editorial

Pipeline development crucial for West

Pipelines make money.  It’s not just the oil and gas producers who make a profit when their products are shipped to market. The pipeline operator… Read More »

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 »

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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