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Friendships forged in the barber’s chair over five decades

(Photo by Greg Price) CLOSING TIME

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com After more than five decades of perfecting the art of the men’s haircut, business partners Keith Peterson and David Laurie retired from the barber trade in May in downtown Taber, closing the doors of the beloved Central Barber Shop. The duo have delivered haircuts to customers from all over southern Alberta on a regular basis over the years, including… Read More »

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(Photo by Greg Price) CLOSING TIME

Friendships forged in the barber’s chair over five decades

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com After more than five decades of perfecting the art of the men’s haircut, business partners Keith Peterson and David… Read More »

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